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2012 (January)

 

Here are the original stories and adoption information about those dogs who came to us as a result of abuse or abandonment, and have been placed in permanent homes during 2012.

 

 

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Adopted*** Marley  ***Adopted

 

Marley was found as a stray by a family in Topeka and , as much as they loved her, they could not keep her. She needed a bigger yard and an owner with more time for her. I happened to run into a friend in Jason's Deli one day at lunch, told her about Marley,and she said "I will take her!" I almost fell over with joy! Marley's new mom is a vet tech and lives in the country. She has several canine siblings and all reports are good!

 

 

 

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Adopted*** Charlotte  ***Adopted

 

 

When my daughter's dog, Charlotte, kept jumping their fence and running around the neighborhood, she came to live with Grandma and Grandpa.  As much as we loved her, we always felt Charlotte needed her very own family again.  One of our faithful volunteers told her friend about Charlotte and we all felt it would be a good match. Charlotte now lives happily with her new mom and grandma.  Mom is a runner and Charlotte is on the go all of the time between jogging around the lake and hanging out with grandma when mom is teaching at the local university!

 

 

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Adopted*** Loki  ***Adopted

 

We were able to place Loki before he went on our website which is always good news.  Loki was running out of time.  When the owner called me I had less than a week to find him a home and since I had someone coming to look at one of our dogs, I suggested she consider Loki instead.  The adoption was perfect!   Loki gets along great with her chocolate lab and her cat!  He is a gorgeous purebred, registered, German Shepherd and I wish I had more adoptions move this fast and smoothly!

 

 

 

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Adopted*** Curtis ***Adopted

 

Curtis has come a long way from being found running on a gravel road, skinny and hungry.  He was brought to our shelter one hot summer day in bad shape.  After having his medical needs addressed, he became part of the SCARS family.  Along came a family who fell in love with him and he went off on a trial adoption and never came back.  He gets along well with his older canine sibling and the two family cats.  The three adorable little girls in the family have spoiled him and love him as you can see in the pictures.  Who knows where he came from? Who knows what his five months was like before this?  All we know is he now has the kind of home that every dog deserves, and not many get.

 

 

Curtis is a 5 month old, 20 lb, male mix of some sort.  He is possibly a Chocolate Lab/Aussi mix but this guy is a true Heinz 57 variety which makes him even cuter.  He has now had his shots and is neutered. Curtis was found running down a dirt road and no one ever claimed him.  He is very sweet, loves everyone and will need some training!

 

 

 

 

 

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Adopted*** Vinny and Roxy ***Adopted

 

 

 

When I got a phone call from a woman I could tell was going to be a fabulous owner, I thought "why don't I get more of these?"  She wanted TWO dogs...woohoo.  After discussing her yard, etc, we decided she should meet Vinny and Roxy. Vinny had been returned from his last home because his escape artist tricks were wearing thin. Roxy had been living here since she first arrived and, despite the fact that she is beautiful, had not been adopted.  Yesterday I went to visit them and found them vigorously chasing a squirrel (he eluded them leaping from the tree to the roof) in their yard.  Mom says they play endlessly then flop in the living room to rest and begin again.  We really hit the jackpot on this one!!!.

 

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Roxy is a 6 month old, 18 lb, female, Shiba Inu mix.  She is spayed, up to date on shots, and great with kids and dogs.  Our neighbor found her starved along the highway and nursed her back to health.  However, they cannot keep her any longer and she is here at SCARS learning to play and be a dog.  Isn't she a cutie pie?

 

 

 

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Adopted*** Bella ***Adopted

 

Bella has gone off to a wonderful family.  One of her new human brothers is a former student of mine and he and his older brother are spoiling her rotten.  She has a canine brother whom she chases around the house.  Bella is the perfect Christmas dog sitting under the tree. Since she almost died from starvation, she is doubly lucky to be happy and alive in her forever home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bella is a 2 year old, female, boxer mix.  She was transferred from another shelter as a starvation case.  She and her sibling barely survived but SCARS took one dog, and another rescue the sister.  Since then, Bella has put on weight, learned to trust people, and loves to play with other dogs.  She is gentle, housebroken, and now a healthy, happy dog!!  She does not have a hat on....that is a skeleton for Halloween behind her head!! It sort of looks like a crown.

 

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