Pit Bulls in Animal Abuse Case for Adoption

A week ago, the police charged a person with animal abuse and confiscated several pit bulls.  Some were euthanized, but this young Mom and 2 puppies were spared.  They are up for adoption.  The Mom is young, about a 1 year to a 1 1/2 old, I'm guessing from her teeth.  She is heartworm negative.     The 2 puppies are about 6-7 months old.   They all were in for a bath and flea medication yesterday. 

The Mom reminds me of my first dog, Jezabelle.

Contact Animal Control, through the Elberton Ga Police Department, if anyone is interested in adopting them. 


Tony Boots

This is Tony Boots.  He was a stray kitten, rescued off the side of the road, a few weeks ago.  He had a eye injury at the time-  ulcer, rupture of the globe.  It doesn't seem to bother him much though.  When he gets a little larger, probably when he is neutered, the bad eye will be removed.    He was in today for his vaccinations.  About 12 weeks old now.

His owner reports that he'll sail off a second floor balcony if given the chance.  With only 1 good eye his depth perception might be a little off.   Or maybe he thinks he is SuperKitty. 


The Immaculate Conception of Jill

Y'all remember Jibby, right?  From last summer?   Her post. She was a stray that showed up at her owner's home.  A sort of different looking mixed breed dog.  Her ears and the texture of her hair remind me of a Shar-pei.  Does she remind anyone else of a frog? Just me?

While at first glance, she might not be considered the prettiest dog, she makes up for it in personality and character.

So last summer she got her shots, treated for heartworms, etc.  and everything was fine until November.  Black Friday- the day after Thanksgiving.  When this thing popped out.
First of March- her 3rd puppy vaccination.

Meet Jill.  

So while y'all were outside, standing in line, waiting for the mall to open, Jill arrived in this world.  Just her.  No one knew Jibby was with child . . .  No one saw her in heat . . . .  or any male dogs hanging around. . . . and what medium sized dog has only 1 puppy?  It had to be divine intervention and immaculate conception.  Just like Jesus.

End of March- her last puppy vaccination.

So Jill, being the only puppy, has her choice of 10 dining locations. Some days it might be a table upstairs,  next day downstairs . . . next to rear leg . . .  a front leg next to an elbow. . . . lots of options.
Sort of like me at Fat Tuesdays with all those frozen drink machines.  Same thing.

So when Jill came in for her first vaccinations at 6 weeks old, her body was way too big for her head.   That was understandable as she had been eating for at least 8.

This past week, this Mother and Daughter pair decided to make a day of it.  While some ladies go to the spa, shoe shopping, get their nails done, etc.,  these two decided to have their lady parts removed.   This was them the next day.  Don't they look thinner, relaxed, and refreshed? 


WhoDoo-a rescued Calico Kitten

The name is short for "Who Do You Think You Iz?"

She was found at the rec dept. ball field along with 3 siblings a few weeks ago.  The person called their Mom, a client, who said to bring them home.  They were only about 4 weeks old. Too young to be weaned.  By the time he got home, 3 had been pawned off on other people.  It's a bit easier to bottle feed 1 kitten than 4 . . . .

Of course, with a name like WhoDoo,  she'll probably have to learn to answer to YayWho, YooHoo, AnyHoo, HooHa, YoYo, etc.   Oh wait . . .  she's a Calico, she answers to no one. . . . .

She was in for her second vaccinations last week, so she's now about 10 weeks old.   If you are local, she might be up for adoption.  Expect to be tested  and jump through a few hoops though, as no looking for a home at the Walmart parking lot, for this little girl.


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