Sunday Afternoon, July 7, 2019
Gem Of The Day: No Time For A Gem Today. We have two medical emergencies, another one out of time, as well as another one with a Broken Jaw from being attacked in a dog fight.
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From Sara Rhodes at firstname.lastname@example.org“Hi RobinI got an email from CACC shelter in Chicago about a bonded pair of young boys!! They were found as strays and are 😷 sick with respiratory crud. The pic is the intake picture at the shelter. They want them to leave tomorrow , so they can receive treatment and have a chance at getting better. CACC is full and unfortunately if dogs become sick, they are the first to be put to sleep so it doesn’t spread throughout the entire shelter.These two babies need Small Paws Rescue! Linda Oschenfeld can go tomorrow morning to pick them up. We just need the okay from you!! They are bonded and may be siblings.The third male is also a stray and he is ready! He HAS to leave tomorrow.Could you please send out an email to the mailing list asking them to please please help us help these 3 precious boys !! I am told they are all very sweet but need rescue!We are on standby so please let us know ASAP !!Hugs, Sara “
And if that isn’t bad enough, The Arlington Texas shelter had a 9 year old male Bichon who had been surrendered by his owners, due to him having a broken jaw. Vicki Furstenburg picked “Beau” up when and took him directly to Roanoke Animal Hospital at http://www.roanokeanimalhospital.com/.
This happened around the Forth of July Holiday, of course when everyone was gone, and his bill is around $2000.00.
From Rae Steeb, North Texas Team Leader: On Jul 5, 2019, at 12:12 PM, Rae Steeb <email@example.com> wrote:
“Just spoke with Roanoke. Beau is doing well. They want to keep him till the 12th. Clean break and Vet feels he was in a dog fight as they found several puncture wounds on his head. Probably how he broke his jaw. Treating with pain meds and antibiotics. He will need to be sedated again in 6 weeks if dr feels ok to remove wire then.”
We need to pay for Beau’s broken jaw, and we need to save “Brooks” and “Dunn” from the shelter, the two who have the crud. It usually costs about $1500.00 each for vetting when we are fighting the crud.
Then the third little stray above, well, his bill will be about $800.00 for everything if HE doesn’t have the crud. So we are in need of about $5800.00 just for these four dogs on last day of a Holiday weekend.
I don’t do this often, for those of you who know me. A very few times in 21 years. But I truly need your prayers.
I love what I do and I do believed I was called to do it.
There are just days upon days when I’m overwhelmed.
These Bichons are coming almost faster than we can grab them.
I never want to interrupt your Holiday weekends, or the Holiday weekends of our volunteers.
We have used most of the Auction funds to pay last week’s bills.
Now we need to pay the bill to Bidding for Good, the Auction company who takes a percentage of the profits in order to provide the software. This is standard operating procedure when putting on a charity auction.
With each Bichon we approve there could be something that will cost thousands to fix, that we don’t know about, yet.
I need to be the ok to go get Brooks and Dunn out, the two who have the crud. And the third stray. Even if you don’t read this until Monday morning, and you can help, please help them. I don’t know if a single one of you is even online. If I did chew my fingernails, they’d be gone. All My Love, Robin
P.S. Some Winning Bidders in our Online Auction have not received their items yet. Thank you all for donating items! The winning bidders are still waiting for their items.
Support SPR by doing your shopping at Amazon with this link! If you are going to shop AMAZON anyway, why not help the Bichons while you do it! We get checks from Amazon Smiles quarterly! Small Paws Rescue Inc. has received $14,040.46 as of June 12, 2019 since Amazon Smiles began!
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 21 years ago! 2019 was our 21st Anniversary!
Dear Charity Administrator,
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Small Paws is signed up and each time you use it, either to search or to go to an online seller, funds are sent to Small Paws for the Bichons! You can buy those shoes at Zappos and those books at Amazon *AND* donate to Small Paws Rescue! Try it out! So far, Small Pawsers have done over 100,000 searches and have shopped to raise $$2,641.38 for Small Paws Rescue!
Dec 26, 1993~ Aug 30, 2006
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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(Always remember. God loves you more than anyone else ever has,
and more than anyone else ever will!)