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BELLARINA IS THE SPOKESPUP FOR HER RESCUE BROTHERS ( BEEZ AND HIS THORBABY) AND SISTER SIESTA. They have all gone over the RAINBOW BRIDGE so She hopes she can #BETHATVOICE for them and so many suffering …lost.. abused..and misunderstood #ANIMALS
REMEMBER ….. #ADOPTDONTSHOP #4THEBEEZPLEASE #ELLESGOT2KNOW WE CAN #BETHATVOICE #URGENT #SPEAK4RESCUES WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCEAND OF COURSE A #PROMISE2MYBEEZ
SAVING THE WILDLIFE AND PETS FLEEING OR INJURED IN THIS HORRIFIC FIRE CRISIS PLEASE SHARE TO SAVE LIVES #SHARINGSAVES
LUCY ADORABLE 4MTH OLD MASTIFF/LAB MIX SWEET AS BUTTON ..WE MET LUCY OUTSIDE A BULK FOOD STORE AND SHE WAS JUST TOO CUTE TO PASS UP THOSE PUPPY KISSES …SO WE BOUGHT HER A BAG OF TREATS ..HER YOUNG OWNER WAS SO THRILLED THAT SOMEONE WAS KIND TO LUCY!! BUT WE KNOW IN A WORLD FILLED WITH UNKINDNESS TO PETS ITS NICE TO SEE THISE WHO LOVE THEIR PUPS ..
Angela Adan FB
Last night this sweet soul was pulled by Vet Friends Foundation and brought to the ranch. When one of our staff members lifted him out of the car and led him to his kennel he started to cry because of how bad of shape this dog was in. After everyone left I grabbed some extra soft blankets and set up the most comfortable bed I could. I sat down on it and started to show him how to figure out the doggy door so he could come inside if he wanted. I lifted the door and called him inside. Immediately he sat right in front of me on his pile of blankets and fell asleep. I spent some time with him in his kennel just watching him. I just couldn’t wrap my mind around how a person could let their pet get into this state, but instead of feeling anger in that moment I just held space for this boy. I tucked him into his blankets closed his kennel door and said good night to him and I walked away not being able to get him out of my mind. Shortly after this moment he passed away. I can’t stop thinking about him and wish I could have offered him more help, more comfort and more love. Rescue is not always easy. It’ll make you feel your highest highs and your lowest lows. We continue to move forward for these dogs. For the dogs who we may be able to give a fighting chance when others could not. Some have very happy outcomes and some have very sad outcomes but with each new experience we’re able to grow from it and see the beauty in why we’re in these dogs lives even if it’s only for a short time. I’m grateful to have had those moments with him. There was something special about him and he’s one I’ll never forget. He will live on, in my heart. Thank you Joel Rockey for giving these guys a second chance.