Friday, February 4, 2011

Transport #88: Won't you be their Valentine?

It's February, and love is in the air! At least that's what all the passengers on Transport 88 are hoping--that their special someone will fall in love with them and give them what they've always wanted: a forever home! Please help make their Valentine's Day wishes come true!

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Brownie


Brownie is a 2-year-old dachshund/chihuahua mix, weighing in at just 17 pounds. Her owners could no longer care for her, so she was surrendered to us with hopes of finding a better forever home. Please consider sponsoring this sweet dog!

Total Needed: $250
Raised so far: $250 Fully Sponsored! Thank you!!





Holly Bear

Holly Bear is the mother of the sharpei mix pups pictured below. Although she loves her little pups, Holly is definitely ready to retire from motherhood and become someone's loyal companion. She just needs $250 to cover her shots, spay surgery, and transport to a rescue in the Northeast where she will find her new forever home. Please won't you help this gorgeous dog on her way to a new life?

Total Needed: $250
Raised so far: $60
Still needed: $190





Holly Bear's 5 Puppies

These 5 adorable puppies are just 7 weeks old and can't wait to find their forever homes in the Northeast! Please won't you help them on their way? They just need $65 sponsorship each to cover their shots, deworming, food, and transport to their rescue.

Total Needed: $325
Raised so far: $325 FULLY FUNDED! Thank you!






Litter of 5 malamute mix pups

Just try to resist these little fluffballs! :) They may be tiny now, but these little pups will soon be full-grown malamute mixes. They each need $65 sponsorship to cover their shots, deworming, food, transport to their rescue.... and the spay surgery for their mom so she never has to have puppies again!

Total Needed: $325
Raised so far: $325 Fully Sponsored! Thank you!!







Litter of 6 cocker mix pups

This litter of 6 cocker spaniel mix pups is part of our Puppy Promises program. Not only have they avoided animal control, but their mom will also be spayed through our program so that we can break the cycle of pet overpopulation! Please consider donating a few bucks to help these pups on their way to a rescue in the Northeast where they will find the loving homes they truly deserve.

Total Needed: $390
Raised so far: $390 Fully Sponsored! Thank You!!







Pippi

Pippi is just under 2 months old and has been surrendered to our Puppy Promises program. Lucky for her, she has avoided an uncertain fate at animal control, but she still needs a little help to reach her happy ending! Please donate to help cover Pippi's shots, deworming, health certificate and transport to rescue.

Total Needed: $125
Raised so far: $125 Fully Sponsored! Thank you!!




Litter of 3 chihuahua mix pups

These itty bitty pups are just 8 weeks old and so very excited to meet their new families in the Northeast! Please won't you help sponsor them?

Total Needed: $210
Raised so far: $210 Fully Sponsored!! Thank you!!








Millie

Millie is the mother of the 3 chihuahua mix pups pictured above. Unfortunately, her owners are unable to care for her anymore and have surrendered her to us. Millie would love nothing more than to be spayed & find her new forever home, where she can relax and not have any more babies! :) Please won't you donate to help her on her way?

Total Needed: $250
Raised so far: $250 FULLY SPONSORED! Thank you!!









About Saving Shelter Pets:

Saving Shelter Pets (SSP) strives to eliminate euthanasia as a method of population control for homeless companion animals, by providing no-kill alternative solutions and pro-actively addressing the problem of pet overpopulation.

SSP is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization with supporters nationwide. Please see our FAQs for more information.

NOTE: The animals pictured in this or any other message are NOT available for adoption. We do not have the resources to properly screen adoptive homes. We send our dogs and cats to pre-approved no-kill rescues in the Northeast, and these rescues will then adopt them into wonderful forever homes.


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