Our first rescue pup, she came to us at about 10 months old. She's now about 10 years old and unfortunately still suffers from fear aggression.
Graycie came to us as a 5 month old puppy, when her family decided that she was too big for their 2 and 4 year old children.
Lolli (stand for Little Old Lady), came to us as a foster. Someone had tied her up outside of a vets office at the spry old age of 14.5 years old. After walking around our house for 3 week looking for something, she finally stopped looking - that was the day we decided to foster fail on her. She's now almost 20 years old!
Our first rescue cat, she was feral and injured. It took about a year to fully domesticate her, but now she is a total love bug.
We adopted Steven just after he was found on the side of the road. He had to go through surgery to remove his eyes and then was diagnosed with Heartworms. Four years later and he's doing great.
Tank was found on the side of the road, waiting for his family to come back from where they dropped him off. After an extensive search (just in case he wasn't dumped), we realized he was ours. He now plays with all of the bigger rescue pups here at the Sanctuary.
Katy (mostly known as Momma Doodle)
Momma Doodle was found outside of a Dollar store (very pregnant). Ten days later, she had 4 kittens. We found homes for all of her kittens and decided to keep her so Skittles would have a friend. Turns out, they don't really like each other (cats are funny like that).
Cali and her brother Rusty came to us a year ago as semi-feral cats. They haven't fallen in love with people quite yet, but they do love Skittles and Momma Doodle. So, our cats have adopted them.
Rusty came to us with his sister Cali, about a year ago. He's a little more people friendly than Cali. Skittles and Momma Doodle adore the duo, so they will remain here with us at the sanctuary.