HART often rescues dogs or cats that are in desperate need of medical care.
Many of the dogs and cats will need to be housed for several weeks before they
can appear on the web pages and be adopted. The veterinary care is
expensive and we must rely on your donations to cover the costs.
A special donation or
sponsorship to help with some of these costs would mean a lot to one of
these "special" guys - and to HART. Or maybe you can help in another way.
Do you have some free time? Would you be willing to
foster a special dog or cat and gain the satisfaction of nursing him/her
back to health? Or maybe you are available to
transport them to and from vet visits.
These are all wonderful animals
looking for a little extra help.
Jack Frost is a sweet, happy-go-lucky boy who gets along very well with his foster family's 3 dogs and 2 cats. Jack Frost is housebroken and crate trained. He's good on walks, but can get a little excited when he sees wildlife. He loves his human and canine pack and will snuggle up contentedly on a dog bed with another dog when we are watching TV. He's good with our teenagers, but we're not sure how he is with young children. Jack Frost is very agile and can climb a fence, so he needs to be placed with a family that can commit to leash walking him. He's a great companion who has a perfect activity level and size (42 lbs.) for an apartment or townhouse. Jack Frost has Diabetes Insipidus which is controlled by one eyedrop twice a day.
Jack Frost is available for adoption. Click here for more information.
Click here to sponsor Jack Frost.
I am a special little lady who needs a loving home. I will be a good companion to you. I like to be near my people, lying next to you or in your lap. I still enjoy playtime, too. The laser pointer makes me very happy! How sad that I've recently become diabetic and am losing my family, too. I hope I will find a caring person who will give me the love and care I need.
For more information about Dot, please contact Kim.
Dot is sponsored by: Bikers for Barks, in honor of all the dogs in high-kill shelters who will never find their forever home; and by Charlie Winters, in honor of my mom, Cathy Tracy, who loves all kitties
Click here to sponsor Dot too.