|We find responsible forever homes for the animals that pass through our doors.|
|My Hubby and I are included in the hundreds of adoptions that happen every year! (Hi & welcome Kharma!)|
|We make magic happen all of the time.|
|Kibbles had lived with us for 5 years before finding a perfect forever home.|
|Kittens (Snickers pictured here) get lucky on adoption days|
|After a home "ear docking" that resulted in a botched job, these adopters saw the beauty in Van Gogh|
|And you all know Fletcher's story. No dog alive today could be loved more than Fletcher.|
|We predicted a very happy life for Kessler. We were right!|
The before photo of Slim Shady and Lemonjello. They were rescued from a woman who had put them in a box and set them in the street on a hot summer day. I went and scooped them up. Our Vet Clinic gave them TLC and the care that they needed.
|Slim (now Alexander) got a great home with two of our awesome volunteers.|
|Lemonjello is a spoiled orange love-muffin with lots of kitty sibs. He couldn't be happier!|
|The Boney Boys spent months in the clinic gaining back their strength and their trust in humans. All three were adopted out to wonderful homes. Today they are thriving and loving life.|
There is an important reason that I am posting this today. We cannot continue without your help. I know many of you followed Parker's blog and became a part of our little family in O Hi O. Today, I am asking that if you could find it in your heart to once again honor Parker or Diamond's memory by helping other animals in need - please consider a donation to the Humane Society of Allen County. I wish I could personally give you a tour of our shelter and show you the miracles that occur on a daily basis here. We do so many amazing things for so many creatures and we do it on such a small budget. To continue, we really, really need help. I rarely ask Parker's blog readers, but the need is great. Any amount is appreciated. Thanks for considering this request. Parker and Diamond send their love from the Bridge. I send my appreciation from our little corner in O Hi O.