This week our pet of the week is Annie! This sweet puppy was a stray. Lucky for her a kind person took her in to foster her till she can find a forever home. Annie is only a few months old, she’s now current on shots and is healthy and ready for her home. Her adoption fee will cover her spay and final booster shots. If you are looking for a smart puppy, Annie is the one for you! Annie will be 40 – 50 pounds when fully grown. Call 936-878-2349 or email email@example.com for more information on adopting from True Blue Animal Rescue.
The ASPCA has awarded TBAR a $15,000 grant which will allow us to take in neglected horses that were ordered removed from their homes. The case is ongoing, but without support from organizations like the ASPCA, TBAR and our foster homes would not be able to step up and help law enforcement and these poor animals in need.
Thank you, ASPCA!
This weeks success story is a foster failure. Stephanie found the litter of dogs on her property and became their foster home. As they found homes Stephanie decided that Coco and Danny fit in to the family and should just stay. Hooray for Coco and Danny and their new home! If you’d like a new pet, please check out our adoptable pet list and let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 936-878-2349
True Blue Animal Rescue hosts a page called RAIN Networking. We use that page to network Rescue Animals In Need. That means they haven’t been officially accepted into TBAR because they don’t have a foster home so we ‘network for a home’ We do pay for spay / neuter if they aren’t fixed but we list them before that’s done to find a foster or adopter quickly. We post with the contact for the person who has the animal so we don’t always hear back to find out if they found a home. This week we did hear that these two DID find homes. Networking works and we can use your help. Like our RAIN Networking Facebook page and share to help our networking pets find homes!
True Blue Animal Rescue brought adoptable dogs to Brenham’s Hot Nights Cool Tunes community event in July. That was where Judge met his new family. They met him there and fell in love. Now Judge is happy in his new home! Thanks to Cheryl for fostering till he found his new family. If you’d like to foster or adopt please contact us at email@example.com to find out how! www.t-bar.org
This pretty paint mare named Ribbon is ready for adoption. Her foster Mom sent her to Robert Profili for training and she’s become a nice trail horse now. If you would like to adopt Ribbon or another horse from True Blue Animal Rescue call 936-878-2349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grayheart was part of the Wood county seizure we did several years ago. She came to TBAR as a skinny little filly. She was dark gray with a white heart on her forehead. Today her color has changed to a beautiful gray and the heart is barely visible. But, isn’t she beautiful? I just love when our adopters keep in touch! Thank you Amanda Bolander!
Tyson was neglected, with hair loss and he was under weight. He soon gained weight and learned to trust his world but it took him a while to find his perfect forever family because he had floppy back legs that would go out from under him sometimes. X-rays showed that he was not in pain. It was just how he was born. Thankfully Marie adopted him despite his condition and now he has a family of his own! Lucky Tyson and Lucky Marie!
Consider adopting a pet. View our adoptable animals to see if we have one that’s right for you!
Happy Tails Announcement – Fonzie is Adopted
Bambi was found in a ditch, sick, skinny and hairless. Her foster Mom, Kyrstin, took her in, took care of her and helped her get healthy. During this time Kyrstin fell in love with this sweet and gentle dog and decided to keep her. This might be a foster failure but for Bambi it’s a huge success!
Are you considering adopting a dog, cat or horse. Check out our website, www.t-bar.org and then email us for more information on how to adopt. email@example.com