9/28/12

Meet Pancake


I was grocery shopping on Wednesday and in just as we were getting started, I got a call on my cell phone. They'd almost ran over a puppy, and having a dog suffering from an Autoimmune Disorder currently in their home, they could not take her in. A few more calls were made and decisions made. We loaded up our groceries and headed straight there to pick up the nearly pavement pancake (thus the name, Pancake).

It is very, very hard for the clinic to adopt out kitties...let alone puppies! ...but, we couldn't say no to her wee face. I mean...seriously, could you!?

She is not microchipped and seems to be in overall good health, other than being super hungry at first. She is loaded with intestinal parasites and fleas, and we are slowly working on getting those out. Yesterday, while delivering toys for Tad's Toys, we were about 20 minutes from the beach...so, why not take the baby to get some cute pictures in hopes of getting her adopted!?

I will also add that she MAY already have a home, but her maybe-new-daddy is being deployed in the middle of October for three months. So, he is still in the heart battling brain mode over her.

32 comments:

  1. She's just delicious.
    I bet she'll find a human to own in no time at all!

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  2. Tad's little sister ! they'll make an excellent combo and Tad will call her PanCheese and together they'll raid your Chizwiz suppl because it's a 'medicine' for Tad and he'll tell her exactly that \(^o^)/

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  3. Pets are the love of all home members i really love the dog puppy as in my home thank you so much its such a nice blog...
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  5. I find this post interesting as your rules must be very different to ours (in Australia). Here, dogs are required to go to a pound facility and spend 72 hours + (depends on state) to be reclaimed. Don't you have any procedures regarding reclaiming lost pets there?

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  20. I think it's absolutely horrible that people abandon their pets like this. I see so many stray cats and occasional dogs walking around where I live due to foreclosure of homes. It's sad that a family would leave behind an animal simply because they are moving away. It is even more sad to think that the poor animal has to survive on its own without a family. Something needs to be done to prevent people from abandoning their pets like stricter punishments.

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