Tag: Be Fido's Friend

From lake dog to queen bee, Shelby finds her happy ending

From lake dog to queen bee, Shelby finds her happy ending
During the holiday season, I’ve asked my rescue friends and contacts to share their heartwarming stories involving pets that they’ve rescued or adopted. Today’s post was submitted by Tiffany Fraley of Be Fido’s Friend. Tiffany’s fostered the “lake dog” after her rescue until she found a forever family. By Tiffany Fraley From lake dog to... Read more »

Call me Maybe: Twinkles' second chance

Call me Maybe: Twinkles' second chance
In December, I asked some of my readers and the Chicago rescue community to share their heartwarming stories of rescue. One of the stories that came in featured a dog that we first met in the feature I did this summer about Rehoming Pets on Craigslist or free to good home – Maybe. She was... Read more »

Mimsy's story: A puppy mill dog finds home

Mimsy's story: A puppy mill dog finds home
During the holiday season, I’ve asked my rescue friends and contacts to share their stories about how a rescued pet has changed their life or to update stories I’ve shared earlier in the year. I’m thrilled that the first guest post does both. And, I’m excited that it’s about Mimsy – a puppy mill rescue... Read more »
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The dangers of rehoming pets on Craigslist and free to good home

Earlier this week, I did a post – Five Minutes to Heartbreak – about how devastating it is for a pet to be dumped  at animal control. If for some reason you are not the forever home for your pet, it is truly your responsibility to find a new family for your pet. Be careful,... Read more »
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    Raining Cats and Dogs

    I am a crazy cat lady and puppy mill warrior that blogs to advocate and educate about pet issues. In American animal controls, millions of pets are abandoned each year and an estimated 4 million die just because there are not enough homes. It truly seems like it’s Raining Cats and Dogs.

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