CAPS BFF of the Week!
Adopt me please!
Let me introduce O'Grady
AKA Mr. Purrsonality!
at 825 2277
Companion Animal Protection Society
CAPS (Companion Animal Protection Society) of Annapolis County is on a mission. They are giving abandoned or stray companion animals a second chance at a happy life. After 3-5 days in the Annapolis County Pound, un-claimed/un-adopted animals are released into the organization’s care as space in foster care permits. From there CAPS has them vet checked, vaccinated and spayed /neutered. The companion animals, mostly cats, are kept in a clean, no cage environment where all their needs are looked after by caring volunteers. The goal is to have all the animals adopted into approved homes, but CAPS will keep a companion animal as long as necessary. To learn more about CAPS visit www.caps-annapolis.org, if you would like to contact CAPS call 1-902-825-2277.
O'Grady is such a character and we are totally surprised no one has scooped him and took him home forever.
He loves naps, laps and lot of love....does that sound like something you would like???
To see this little gem go to CAPS website to fill out an application form to meet O'Grady!
Atlantic Small Dog Rescue
Atlantic Small Dog Rescue (ASDR) is a volunteer based rescue group providing foster care for small dogs in need in the Atlantic Provinces, mostly Nova Scotia, while working to find them permanent homes. ASDR gives the animals all the veterinary care they require before adopting them out, adoption fees range from $200 to $300. Funding for ASDR come from adoption fees and a variety of fundraising, everything from dinners to auctions to donations. To learn more about ASDR, to see dogs up for adoption or to fill out an application for adopting visit www.asdrescue.com, please only fill out a form if there is a dog already in ASDR care that you are interested in. If you have any questions please e-mail email@example.com. You can also find ASDR on Facebook.
Ollie is a Pomeranian mix between 2 and 3 years old. He is an energetic and playful little guy. He is house trained and if he wants to go out, he will let you know. Ollie will do a few tricks like sit, paw and lay down. He loves to play with a ball outside, loves to snuggle and give affection.
Ollie has been living in a foster home for some time with a 9 year old child. Ollie and his foster sister play endlessly, and his foster family trusts him with her. Ollie, however, does NOT get along with other animals (so no cats or dogs in his new home, please), and is fearful of strangers in his house.
Once Ollie has bonded with his family, he can be aggressive when strangers enter the home, so a home with few to no visitors is preferred for him, and work training him to accept strangers into his home is strongly advised.
He can be home alone when you work, and has no separation anxiety. He is happy when you leave, and even happier when you return, and LOVES to go for walks!
All of our dogs are in private foster homes throughout Nova Scotia. We do not work out of a facility and are therefore not open to the public. Please visit our website at www.ASDRescue.com to learn more about Atlantic Small Dog Rescue.
Want to fill out an application form? Copy the following link into your browser and fill out our online application! http://www.asdrescue.com/?page_id=11 We will check your references and arrange for a home visit. Please note, only one reference can be a family member and none of the references should be from people who live in the same household.
THE INSIDE SCOOP DAILY