“What am I, chopped liver?”
Heck no, my name is Blue and I’m a “Blue Lacy,” a very rare breed of dog. In fact, I was ransomed to freedom! It’s a long story, but just understand that I’m a very special dog. My situation was pretty unique, and my life was in peril when a Good Samaritan raised money to buy me from my owners. Within eight hours donations had been made to buy my freedom. And now I’m looking for a permanent home. (There’s not every dog that can say they were ransomed!)
My health is excellent! I’m only six months old, I’m neutered and I have all of my shots! And just give me a play space. I have more energy than the Energizer Bunny. In fact, it might be a caution with a young child. Not because I’m bad, but only because I love, love, love to play.
While I don’t come with a dowry or a pedigree, I do come with 100 percent, undiluted, hard-to-find joy! I’m full of it. Look at me and you feel it. Pet me and you touch it. Got the blues? Then I’m the Blue for you–I can chase them away faster than you can say ‘Jack Sprat.’
Please call ‘Lost Without You’ Animal Rescue, Theodore, Alabama, at 251-391-0959 and take me into your home. It’s not everyday you can catch hold of real joy.
We’re the Calico Sisters, and we are full of fun! Let Us Entertain you! We flip, we jump, we purr, and we will make your life so much more fun–if you’ll only let us in. First, let me note that we have unusual markings, which is appropriate, because we are rare and unique kitties. The folks at “Lost Without You” rescue have taken us to the vet, and we are spayed and FIV negative. So we’re ready to go. All we need is a loving home.
Now it would be wrong if I promised that we’d always be good, but it’s true that we sleep about 18 hours a day. So that only leaves 6 hours for frolicking. But what’s the point of a kitty that doesn’t race around the kitchen floor or try to swat your feet from under the sofa. Soon enough we’ll be grown and more sedate, but come and look at us now–while we’re full of the verve of youth.
And we look so much alike it’s hard to tell which of us is doing what–and that’s a lot of fun. If we’d been born human, we would have grown up to be Rockettes, or maybe star in High School Musical. Or Fame. Yeah, Fame. Think of it. We could be your very own little kitty stars.
Call Sherry quick, before someone else lays claim to us. 251-391-0959 in Theodore, Alabama.. Open your heart and your home and you’ll get more love than you ever thought possible.
WAITING FOR AN ANGEL -Sometimes in life, a dog just has to turn to philosophy to try to get a handle on things. I think I need to write a book–Bad Things Happen to GoodPuppies. There’s no other way to explain how I ended up in such a tragic situation. I didn’t do anything wrong, but one thing I’ve learned is appreciation for a bit of kindness.
I’m very young, only four months (too young to have heart worms, thank goodness, and also too young to be neutered, but I expect that to come along) and I was in a bad, bad situation. Donna came along and helped me. There really are angels walking the face of the earth.
But what I need now is another angel. I need a permanent home. Take a look at me, but look closely. I put all the love I have to give in my eyes. If you’ll just give me a chance, I can show you what a good dog is. Remember, I am a puppy so despite my best intentions, I’ll do puppy things. (Keep those shoes out of my reach–I just can’t resist stinky!)
And I am tiny–only six pounds. I won’t take up much room, and I don’t eat much. But I will love you like a mastiff. Please call Donna Dodge (251) 802-1747. Or email her at email@example.com. Calling or texting is the best way to contact Donna. I’m very patient, but I am waiting for my angel to come to the rescue.
BLASTER My name is Blaster, and my motto in life is “let’s have a blast.” I’m a boxer pup, and I’ve been through a lot in my life. I was in a home with two young boys–perfect for me, you would think. But they couldn’t keep me. So they tried hard to find me a good home and took me to a park to give me away. A very kind Samaritan saw me there and knew I was in a dangerous place. Young boys who are told to give a puppy away can’t always judge the kind of people who come along. So Ms. Samaritan took me home, only to discover that I was coming down with Parvo. Much love and many vet bills later, I am fully recovered. I’m back to my normal, frisky self. I am a dog who loves to play with children and other dogs and adults with a sense of adventure in their hearts. I love to run and job and fetch and run and play. But I need a home. My wonderful Samaritan can’t keep me. them, I’m the pup for you. All of my vet bills are paid and I’ve had all my shots. I just need love and kindness and–we’ll have a blast together! Please call Sherry at 251-391-0959.
Call me a Snoodle. Call me a mutt. I don’t care what you call me, as long as you call me. My name is Alfie and I’m a two-year-old neutered Poodle/Schnauzer cross (or something of that nature). I’m cute as a button and full of love and energy–I like attention but I have a desire to referee when it gets too rowdy. Because of that, I would be happiest in a home without a lot of commotion.
Because of my breeding, I don’t shed much. This is a real plus because in my heart of hearts, I’m a traveling man. I love to ride in the car and go wherever my humans go. I’m very well behaved on jaunts and I’m an easy, loving companion. I’d be perfect with a retired couple who want to hit the road. Or a young person with the wanderlust.
I was in the City of Mobile Animal Shelter, and I was rescued, but my first home didn’t work out. In the mode of full disclosure, I have to tell you that I tried to intervene in a fight between two young brothers. It wasn’t a wise decision, but I was afraid they would hurt each other. I broke up the fight, too, but my new family thought I’d overstepped the boundaries. Also, because I always tell the truth, I have some kennel anxiety. I can get over this if someone will take the time to work with me.
Anyway, I have all of my vaccinations. I’m ready to find a permanent home. Please call for me. I will bring love, joy–and no doggie fur! Call Sherry at ‘Lost Without You’ Animal Rescue, Theodore, Alabama,251-391-0959