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Bring joy to your organization! Barchiel is looking for a rescue!

23 Mar
He only wants to be loved...

He loves neck rubs!!

  • 2yrs old
  • HW+ (will start treatment soon)
  • 62lbs.
  • He is now tested and vaccinated.
  • He is a little timid but not aggressive.
  • He takes food just fine in a bowl and shows no food aggression when adding more to his bowl, or taking away.
  • He loves to be loved on.
  • If you can help pull him to a rescue organization (501c3) OUTSIDE OF THE South Texas Area
  • Contact: Nellie Zamora   nelliezamora@msn.com Rescue Program Director For Palm Valley Animal Center
Palm Valley Animal Center
2501 West Trenton Road,
Edinburg Texas 78539
956-686-1141

http://pvaconline.com/

Donations: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/9SStd

My name is Barchiel (Angel of Compassion).  I used to sleep on an old dirty mattress until a nice lady found me and asked the Pharr Animal Control Unit to pick me up and bring me to Palm Valley Animal Center.  My two-legged friends at PVAC give me lots of attention, toys, and love.  They even let me help them work during the day.  On their breaks, they give me neck rubs and boy does that feel great!  Little did they know how well behaved I am, as I listen to their stories and never make a mess.  I like sleeping and relaxing on my own personal rug.  They feed me my meals in a bowl, which I had never had before. I am getting “Five Star” treatment!

I am two years old, have been vaccinated and am currently being treated for heart worm. Two ladies have been raising money for my expenses, as I will need to continue with my heart worm treatment and eventually get neutered.  So far my piggy bank has $486 and growing.  I would love it if you would let me come live at your rescue organization until I find my forever home.  I’d give you a big lick on the face if you do!

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URGENT HELP NEEDED FOR THE DOGS & CATS OF BEDFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

28 Jun

UPDATE 6/27/12:  Flooding brought on by Tropical Storm Debby has affected other Florida counties as well, devasting some, including Clay County.   On their Facebook page, Saving the Dogs & Cats of Putnam County, Florida writes:

“URGENT PLEA!!!! TROPICAL STORM DEBBY CONTINUES TO DEVASTATE THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF FLORIDA…S.A.F.E. FACILITY HAS BEEN EVACUATED…CLAY COUNTY FLOODING…RESCUES….ANY TYPE…ARE NEEDED URGENTLY AS OWNER SURRENDERS ARE PILING UP IN THE PARKING LOT..GOD FORBID PEOPLE JUST CARE FOR THEIR ANIMALS IN A CRISIS..INSTEAD, THEY KEEP DUMPING….PLEASE REACH OUT TO RESCUES IN THIS REGION AND GET THEM TO CLAY COUNTY!!!!!    THIS IS SO HEARTBREAKING AND FRUSTRATING…SAW IT FIRST HAND YESTERDAY…TOOK 2 DOGS…FELT SO HELPLESS LEAVING THE REST…PLEASE HELP US FIND  RESCUES FOR CLAY COUNTY…THIS IS DESPERATE!”

Original post: On June 25 2012, we all woke up hearing the news that four puppies and an adult dog, passed away after their shelter was ravaged by Tropical Storm Debby. According to Jacksonville.com the people responsible for the welfare of the dogs and cats state that “[They] had moved the puppies up to the high end of the shelter, thinking they would be safe there.” “We all feel so bad … We never expected the creek would rise this fast and this high and we really felt the ditches would handle it if it came out of the bank.” explained Capt. Carol Starling of the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office, who oversees the animal shelter.

The reporter Teresa Stepzinski informs that the  bull dog/hound mix puppies that died were part of a large litter recently brought to the shelter along with their mother. The animals were waiting to be picked up by a rescue group, when they were caught in the flood. The surviving animals, about 60 dogs, cats and kittens immediately were evacuated to safety on higher ground at the county fairgrounds by sheriff’s deputies and animal control personnel.

On the social networking site Facebook for SAVING THE DOGS & CATS OF PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA  a picture of the shelter has been posted and caring people have offered their help the shelter that is in need of all of us right now. They posted the following list of things that would be greatly appreciated if they could be donated.

  • Old Crates & Kennels
  • Zip ties (if you have worked in a rescue mission you know how important and essential zip ties are)
  • Scrub brooms/Brushes
  • Bleach
  • Paper Towels
  • Plastic Spray bottles
  • Electric fans and extension cords (Heat and humidity are very high in this area)
Financial donations can be called in to Supporters of Shelter Animals to Tracy George at (904)796-0382
Send your tax deductible contribution to “Supporters of Sheltered Animals, Inc.” 1228 Blanding St. Starke, FL 332091 That is the non-profit rescue group that works directly with this shelter.
Just a few hours ago a new Facebook update was posted by the rescue:
“PLEA from AC in Green Cove Springs to all area RESCUES and ADOPTERS: County residents forced to evacuate by rising floodwaters are dropping off pets BY THE DOZENS at the shelter. The local no-kill shelter DID have to be evacuated, and all their animals had to be relocated to AC too. THE POUND IS SLAMMED and BEGGING for adopters and rescues to pull NOW”
Please consider giving a hand to the animals during this time of need. If you have never volunteered before and you always had the urge to do something for animals…NOW IT IS THE TIME. Rescues are always looking for eager people with a good heart that can truly help out. Be sincere and do what your heart tells you. Do not think that there could be enough people to help, there could never be more than enough people to help animals. If you can donate money, do so. Donate money that goes directly to them and to the animals. Please, it takes a second to share the following post, remember that sharing is caring. We have to care for these animals that need of your compassion and help right now. Please do so.
The following images were obtained from News4jax.com

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