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Adele and Emily (July 2017)
Adele and Emily (July 2017)

This is a Happy Ending story of two dogs who came to CARE with serious medical issues and are now living happy lives with their adoptive families.Adele and Emily were adopted by the same extended family and are shown running and playing on the beach.

The bottom left picture shows Adele when she came to CARE with serious skin problems and the bottom right photo shows Emily in splints, after she came to CARE with both front legs broken.

Thanks to CARE, the medical care they received from Dr. Tysor and the life that their adoptive families are providing, the girls are living wonderful lives after difficult starts.
Keira and Hercules (July 2017)
Keira and Hercules (July 2017)

Keira and Hercules - it is a perfect match!
Indy in his new home (July 2017)
Indy in his new home (July 2017)

We have adopted Dallas renamed "Indy" for independence day. He is happily adjusting so well.He is eating and arching that little back and batting a paw at a 70 lb Weimaraner and joyfully running away. His cat companion has calmed down and is getting curious about him. His precocious personality is adorable and so fun. Lap cuddles and purring are the order of the day. Thank you C.A.R.E.
Yoko - One Happy Girl! (June 2017)
Yoko - One Happy Girl! (June 2017)

After adopting Yoko, our lives were instantly better. Our family was shocked to see how her personality changed after adopting her. She went from a very calm, and relaxed dog to an active, hyper and happy puppy. We love every second we have with her and we hope that other dogs in the shelter are able to find amazing families!
Please note, Yoko was adopted from Chatham County Animal Services.
Arya and her new Family (May 2017)
Arya and her new Family (May 2017)

We already can't imagine life without our sweet Arya (originally Rumor). We are so grateful to Linda and to C.A.R.E. for taking care of her before she found her way into our family!
Brother and Sister get new loving home (May 2017)
Brother and Sister get new loving home (May 2017)

Lucy (Tulu) is still a tad but skittish but she socializes well when she wants to. She even hangs out with the grandkids in the same room. She lets me pick her up. I do it to help her get more comfortable, and just hold her for a moment.

Charlie (Freddy) has exceeded what I thought. He loves to be petted and often purrs. He gets along well with my husband who often plays with the fishing rod. Charlie gets so exhausted playing that he pants like a dog.
Loving addition to our family (April 2017)
Loving addition to our family (April 2017)

We are happy to report, thanks to her great start from Robin & Bill, Maggie (aka Opal) is adjusting wonderfully to her new home. We are all in love.
Buzz (February 2017)
Buzz (February 2017)

Our family adopted our cat Buzz, the former Hershel 6 years ago. He continues to do well and has an unmarched personality. He is a constant source of affection and entertainment. We are thankful you allowed us the opportunity to have him in our home.
Francesca (January 2017)
Francesca (January 2017)

Francesca came into the CARE foster program from a colony of cats and kittens and owners who provided no veterinary care and left them to reproduce, resulting in over 20 felines on site. CARE stepped in to rescue all the kittens and tnr the female adults and one adult male. Francesca (Frannie) found a wonderful home and is living the life of comfort she deserves! This is what Francesca's adopter has to say:

I have been meaning to send you some pictures of our beautiful Frannie. We love her so much. She is the most affectionate kitty I have ever had.
Birdie (January 2017)
Birdie (January 2017)

I am a young widow of 6 years; I then spent the next 5 caring for my best friend who died in May. I also lost my 2 elderly canine companions over the past year. I've been very lonely! When I saw Birdie's picture and heard her story, I KNEW she was meant for me. We've been together for three weeks, but it feels like we've been companions for a lifetime. We are both celebrating new life now, with tons of snuggles and puppy playtime and more laughter than I remembered was possible. She entertains me with her comical exploits, including burying bones under sofa pillows with so much exuberance that she rolls off the sofa! She loves me with enthusiastic, jump-into-my-arms hugs. She loves to practice her commands and now offers me a "shake" every time she wants a treat! We go to restaurants and music venues and visit friends and watch movies and play ball, we are starting agility work together (just for fun!), and we will together learn to be a therapy team to work with patients who need some puppy love. I am so grateful for this little creature who has saved my life--and grateful to CARE for rescuing her for me!
George and Geoffrey (January 2017)
George and Geoffrey (January 2017)

The boys have been here about a month now, but in the first week they were settled into their new home. They are lovely cats and their easy adjustment to new surroundings is why I love the CARE program. They were in a great foster environment and it shows in their temperament. Here they are checking out their new cat tree, minutes after I got it assembled. George helped build it while Geoff supervised.
Chloe (December 2016)
Chloe (December 2016)

Chloe (previously Teannie) is doing great!! She is the perfect pet. She is so smart! She knows our routine...when we get ready to go somewhere she will go get in her bed without us telling her to. We love her so much, she is our perfect princess.
What a Smile, Lucy! (December 2016)
What a Smile, Lucy! (December 2016)

Lucy is an absolute dream of a dog. She's a spoiled princess in the best possible way. For all the love we throw at her, she gives it right back and then some. One of her favorite things to do is walk up to us and lean in for a hug, which melts our hearts. Other times she will flip on her back, groaning and wriggling like a nut. She has really fit in well with Eli as well. He absolutely loves her and they are virtually inseparable. Eli frequently goes up to her and starts nibbling her neck which she embraces by falling on her back and nibbling his ear in return. Lucy is a complete ham, a real talker, and incredibly sweet. When it comes to playing, she gives it right back to Eli as rough he can dish it. Sometimes it's like WWE in our living room and it's an absolute blast to watch. That aside, she is also a great housemate, being very respectful and never touching anything she isn't supposed to. She's growing up nicely and Chris and I continue to fall in love with her every day. We are so grateful we reached out to you when we did and had the opportunity to meet this lovely girl. She has changed all of our lives for the better.
Mason and Bruiser (December 2016)
Mason and Bruiser (December 2016)

Mason and Bruiser are doing great! We are so fortunate to have them both.
Mason (the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier) is 8 yrs old now (2 when we adopted
him from you) and Bruiser (the Bichon) is 10 yrs old (5 when we adopted him
from you). Mason is finally starting to mellow... but just a little. He is
the sweetest and most loyal family dog we have ever seen. Bruiser still acts
like a puppy and has more energy now than when we first got him. He is also
very mischievous and we have to watch him like a human toddler all the
time... but he's very cute so he always gets away with it! I take them for
4 walks a day (about 15 min each) during the week and 5 walks per day on the
weekends.
Heidi (December 2016)
Heidi (December 2016)

Heidi is doing well spunky and loving, we live in Texas and she has a back yard fenced in she loves to go out and play. However she is still my snuggler.
Emma gets loved! (December 2016)
Emma gets loved! (December 2016)

Emma is doing very well. We've actually moved to another county. Emma has adjusted well to that change. She's made several four-legged friends who she sees regularly and still has the puppy spirit to play even as she is clearly a more mature dog in being trained and controlled around smaller dogs and people.
Victor (December 2016)
Victor (December 2016)

Victor continues to be the apple of our eye and every single person he meets. We simply cannot imagine our lives without our Perfect Peke Prince! He is pure love, true joy and the most devastatingly handsome little man ever. I never get sick of his cute face and it still makes me squeal with delight how precious he is.
Thank you for all you do and for being a part of Victor's life all those years ago. Little man will be 14 this January, he still acts like a puppy though. :)
Kasie and Emma (December 2016)
Kasie and Emma (December 2016)

Kasie is doing great! She and Emma are still best buddies and they are a delight to see together.
Kasie has taken on the responsibility of removing all of the stuffing for each and every soft squeaky toy we give her. :)

She will spend days on end working on a toy until she gets the squeaker out as well as all of the stuffing...then it's on to the next one.
Emma is also doing very well. She just loves playing with us on the floor and snuggling up! Who could ask for more?

We thoroughly enjoy the love and companionship of both Emma and Kasie.
A Rose by Any Other Name... (December 2016)
A Rose by Any Other Name... (December 2016)

Rose is doing so great...the sweetest, funniest critter in the world! Attached is a photo. She is healthy and happy.
Ellie and her family (December 2016)
Ellie and her family (December 2016)

Ellie doing great! Thank for rescuing this sweet soul! Ellie is still a tad nervous and timid around strangers and still scares easily. Not to worry though she is quickly reassured that all is well in her world.

Our first rescue pup was know as Munchkin through CARE but we changed her name to Annabelle. She is spoiled rotten!! They are both such a joy!!!

I have attached a pic of Ellie (bottom) Annabelle (middle) with their brother Tinker (top).
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