Wednesday, January 2, 2019
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Small Paws Rescue Inc.
3316 S. 72nd. W. Ave.
Tulsa, Ok. 74107
No time for a gem today. We have a 1-2 year old female hit by car victim, seen running on the Congress Pkwy which is a major expressway near Chicago. She was bloody, with no collar or tags. (There was also no microchip.) We have named her “Emmie”.
Small Pawsers Tom and Kathy MacPherson were
already at the shelter, picking up an owner
surrender Bichon Mix, (see below for picture)
for Small Paws when a Bichon who had been
hit by a car came in. The shelter’s vet sutured
and wrapped her bleeding shoulder, inserted
a catheter, and sent her on with us to the
Emmie looked like she really needed an emergency
hospital and soon.
Here she is being rushed to emergency in
Kathy’s arms while her husband Tom, drove.
She is presently receiving emergency care at the:
Animal Care Center of Plainfield
14411 S. Rt. 59
Plainfield, IL 60544
Happy New Year to all!
As you know, we always continue to take in Bichons and Bichon Mixes during the Holidays. This year was no exception.
There were two owner surrenders in Florida, one shelter bichon in South Texas and two more in Chicago.
“Bernie”, a 2-4 year old owner,
surrendered to the CACC shelter ON CHRISTMAS
DAY, was taken in today by Small Paws.
See the white on him? That’s Bichon through
and through. I think the black is poodle.
I’ll ask him later if he remembers Mom or
Thank God Tom and Kathy were there when Emmie was brought in, after having been hit by a car on an expressway.
I’m waiting on an estimate for Emmie while they are getting her stabilized. I just authorized xrays, bloodwork, and three days at the ER.
Bernie’s vetting will be around $800.00 with quarantine and normal vetting if nothing else is wrong.
I’m waiting for an official estimate for Emmie but I can tell you it’s probably going to run around $3000.00 before it’s all said and done.
I’m here and will issue all matching donation challenges.
Happy New Year! All My Love, Robin
See Vet Bills Paid by Small Paws Rescue for the first 26 days of December, 2018 coming to $25,546.16 which is an average of $982.54 per day. See Vet Bills Paid by Small Paws Rescue for the first 2 days of January, 2019 coming to $2,326.98 which is an average of $1,163.49 per day
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AMAZON anyway, why not help the Bichons while
you do it! We get checks from Amazon Smiles
quarterly! Small Paws Rescue Inc. has received
$11,818.27 as of October 2018 since Amazon
Snowball did great with his surgery. They got good margins and he has since been adopted!
How to Become a Much Needed Small Paws Rescue
Foster Parent! South Texas, North Texas,
and Chicago are most in need! Also if anyone
is interested in helping to have a Small
Paws Rescue Midwest Bichon Bash in either
IL. or IN. this spring, let us know!
Dear Small Pawsers,
Welcome to the Small Paws Rescue Online Newsletter, especially to those of you who may have seen us over the years on our guest appearances on Fox and Friends in New York City, or on Animal Planet on “Dogs 101.”, or you may have read about us in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Happiness, 101 Stories about Finding Your Purpose, Passion and Joy . You also may have seen us on “Inside Edition” with Deborah Norville! (To see backstage photos of one of our trips to NYC and Fox & Friends, click here.)
Also, Small Paws Was Featured on a “The Chicken Soup for the Soul Podcast”. It’s was an interview of how Small Paws Rescue was born, almost 20 years ago! 2018 is our 20th Anniversary Year!
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and more than anyone else ever will!)
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When I first saw this beautiful picture of Cheri Sisco’s “Humphrey”, I thought it was truly the epitome of what we do, and why we do it. I wanted to use this black and white picture of Humphrey, taken only days before his death due to congestive heart failure, to let those who may be new to Small Paws, know what we do and why we do it. Without Small Paws, Humphrey would have never known love. He would have died in a kill shelter, sick and alone. Because of Small Paws, and Cheri Sisco, he lived, he loved, and he smiled.
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