Friday, October 31, 2014

TX to IN: GOOD NEWS! FILLED! RE: TRANS: SAT/SUN 11/1-11/2/14 - CONROE TX to KOKOMO IN - DOODLE Twins "Shea & Ivy" & Lab Boy "Zeus"

On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 4:36 PM, Kathy Smola <therescuerailroad@fastmail.fm> wrote:
God love you all for all that you do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kathy Smola <therescuerailroad@fastmail.fm>Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 3:06 PM
To: Kathy Smola <therescuerailroad@fastmail.fm>

For those signed up - I will send out a PRELIM to get you started on meet spots - NOW WE PRAY!  :)
We can't let this fail now!  Gas $$ available if necessary to make this happen!!!!

Houston TX: 2 stray brown dogs (Craigslist)

Hurry to rescue them so that nothing bad happens!


 
 
Posted: 

 did you lose 2 brown dogs?

There are two medium sized brown dogs roaming Lents Park East. They do not have tags but are obviously someones pets. I cannot take them with me at the moment but gave them water and am hoping their owners see this to know where to look. They seem to be staying in the park the last hour or so. One has one brown eye and one blue, very friendly, while the other is thinner and more skiddish.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
post id: 4738851609
 
posted: 
   

http://houston.craigslist.org/pet/4738851609.html


Forest City NC: Sad update re: Pls help re More GOOD NEWS---YouCaring! for kitty re: Change of plans. Kitty will go to rescue - which is VERY GOOD NEWS! RE: LOST CAT!

Larissa reports that Prissy passed away last night and now Sweets is in the hospital for the weekend hooked up to a feeding tube and getting more bloodwork done. The vet asked about euth but rescue said no. I hope Sweets makes it. Please look at the YouCaring.
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10/29 POST
Thanks to Barbi Twins Kitties  I see there is a YouCaring now for Sweets and her sibling Prissy both now rescued by No Cats in Cages (501c3):
http://www.youcaring.com/nonprofits/vetting-for-sweets-prissy-senior-cats-dumped-at-rcac/254897#
Please check it out and help if you can!
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4pm POST
Hooray! Kitty is going to a rescue organization, so won't be staying with the gal who got her from the pound (and lost her behind the fridge). See Larissa's update she posted 30 minutes ago!
Larissa Tuttle No, a cat rescue is going to pick Sweets up tonight. She will be rehomed, hopefully with a kitty that went to the shelter with her. It turns out there were 4 cats from the same home. Two were adopted and the rescue already has the other one. The other one is really frail and in bad condition, and frightened.
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7:30 AM POST
Update. The cat was found. Thanks to all who cared and shared for this poor girl. The adopter found her behind the refrigerator. This would contradict the earlier story she said which was that she locked the cat in the bathroom but the window was open and cat escaped. Regardless, I am glad she is not on the streets. The source for this is a public post 8 hours ago on Facebook by Larissa Tuttle:
Larissa Tuttle Adopter found behind fridge.

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10/28/14 POST

Nightmare! HELP FIND "SWEETIE" - she escaped from "adopter"

Houston TX: Lost brown/tan dog... from 77057 area...Augusta/Sugar Hill/Nantucket area

From: HomeAgain PetRescuers <homeagain@petrescuers.homeagain.com>
Date: October 30, 2014 at 4:03:23 PM CDT
Subject: TUTTLE, a lost DOG, is missing in your area
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TUTTLE
Is A Missing DOG Near You!
DOG - TUTTLE
LAST SEEN:
HOUSTON, TX 77057 AUGUSTA DR. TO SUGAR HILL DR. POSSIBLY NANTUCKET DR.
WAYS TO HELP:
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PET INFORMATION
SPECIES:
DOG
BREED:
MIXED BREED
LOST:
10/29/2014
AGE:
3 YEARS
PRIMARY COLOR:
BROWN
SECONDARY COLOR:
TAN
SEX:
M
WEIGHT:
21.43
MICROCHIP #:
985112005686992


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Glyndon MD (Baltimore Co.): URGENT! Longhair Tortie Bernadette + her two kittens NEED OUT ASAP!

Mom's photo/thread on Facebook is HERE
Kids' photo/thread on Facebook is HERE

From: Denise Arnot 
Date: Oct 30, 2014 9:26 PM
Subject: 
To:

CROSSPOST

Please contact Stacey friendsofthebcas @ comcast.net (no spaces)


Hi my name is Bernie and my impound number is 4759. I am a 10 month old female with a possible heart murmur. I believe that's why I am being overlooked.  I am overwhelmed here at the shelter but super sweet. I am here with my babies: Bernie 2 and 3 (4761 and 4762). (Bernie 1 - 4760 has been adopted.) Both Bernie 2 and 3 may also have a heart murmur; however, they are affectionate and playful.  Does anyone have room for us? (none of us have been fixed yet)

Thanks for circulating!

Stacey Felder, President
Friends of the BCAS, Inc.
443-834-3367