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Mostly was always in motion (hence the blurred image). He was rescued from a neglectful breeder as a puppy. He died suddenly of heart failure.
Jacques was abandoned by his owner on a deserted country road. We had been treating him for seizures and malignant mast cell tumors, but he passed away six months after we adopted him.
Diego was rescued at age five when his owners planned to have him euthanized for "aggressive behavior" (which we never saw). He passed away a month following surgery for a malignant abdominal tumor.
Lewis was a Boer goat rescued 19 years ago. He basically died of old age. He was a member of the family. We will miss him terribly.
Teddy passed away from lung cancer. He was only with us for two years, but was a wonderful addition to the "big dog" pack.
Chiquita spent a year in a shelter before we adopted her. She was diagnosed with lymphoma soon after, but had a good year before she died.
700 dogs were rescued from a puppy mill in Georgia. Dogs were piled together in crates, covered in feces, completely neglected. We took in Joe and he quickly became part of the family, but is a little nervous around newcomers!
Joe is here for rehabilitation and socialization. He wouldn't let any person come near, but bonded with his buddy Curly, one of our recent rescues.
We know that events like these will always be common because we take in special needs animals. Even so, it's really rough on all of us, especially when so many occur in a short period of time.
We welcome and sincerely appreciate donations to offset our recent veterinary costs.