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 My name is Tiger. I had a very rough start to life. I was born on the street and as if that wasn't bad enough, my mommy left me behind. I really didn't know what to do. I was so scared and hungry that all I could do was meow really loudly and hope my mommy would come back. But she didn't. After days of meowing I became very tired, hungry and sick. All I could do was sneeze and cough and my eyes became infected and one even got glued shut with mucous! I was very sick, tired, hungry and I couldn't see anymore. I was just about to give up on life when a nice couple saw me huddled in a corner. They gave me some food but they didn't know what else to do with me! So, they called BARK and then suddenly I was rushed to a vet clinic.
Now I'm in a really posh place with soft pillows and an endless amount of food. It's like heaven here! The nice people here said that I'm now a very healthy and happy kitten so I can go to a forever home. I say ROAR to that! Would you like to be my forever family?
If you would like to help me grow up to be a big, strong, healthy tiger you can email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
  
 

 

 

 

 

Da Tou needs a fur-ever home! DaTou had been wondering around in the neighborhood for days. It was obvious that she was just deserted by her former owner. She approached without hesitation and jumped onto the scooter when she was called. She is super friendly to other dogs, and people, even kids. It was discovered that she has been hanging out in the playground in a park for a few weeks. She played with kids in the daytime, and friendly kids were feeding her cookies and some leftovers. She is smart because she learned how to climb up the slide's stairs and slide down by herself for fun. Isn't that cute!!!!! She is healthy, vaccinated, de-wormed and neutered. She seldom barks and behaves very well. Da Tou is about 3-4 yrs old. Da Tou is looking for a permanent loving home or temporary foster home. If you would like to foster or adopt Da Tou please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more info.

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XiaoHei needs a fur-ever home!  Watch a video of XiaoHei here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Az2mWcqero

XiaoHei has had a tough life, but this has in no manner dampened his wonderful spirit. The details of his puppyhood and young life are unknown, but it does seem evident that he was most likely beaten and not taken good care of. 

XiaoHei is a young, energetic canine companion and all he wants is a life-long loving home. If you would like to meet XiaoHei please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

Samosa was picked up just to be taken in to get neutered. The people who knew of her, said "she's always pregnant and she's had countless litters over many years and the pups keep dying." She was meant to be a CNR dog but after her first visit to the vet, we knew we couldn't put her back. She is old, very old. The vet thinks she is about 14 years old. That's a long life for a female street dog who gave birth at least once a year, most likely twice a year, and for so many years! 

Well, after a year with BARK you wouldn't guess how old she really is. We think she fooled us. Her coat is shiny, her eyes bright and she is healthy and fit. She spends weekends running up and down the beach like a young puppy and loves to take naps in cool corners of the house. She greets us with a wagging tail every time we come in the door. And who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?! Samosa has learned how to sit! She will sit each and every time we ask her to :o) She's such a sweet, quiet, very low maintenance dog that sometimes we forget she's in the house! til dinner time anyways :o) If you would like to meet Samosa, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Muffin

Muffin was seconds away from becoming dinner for a stray dog. Luckily, we were around the corner and heard her hissing. It was very late so we took her home and put her in quarantine for the night. She was so emaciated that we thought she may not live through the night. Even though we gave her lots of food, she wouldn't eat it. We thought she was too scared from her near-death ordeal and that she'd eat though the night when all was quiet. But, morning came and she hadn't touched the food. In the daylight we noticed that her eyes were almost glued shut with mucous. It was obvious she needed to see a vet immediately.
Turns out she had pneumonia and herpes, which would have caused blindness or death. We had caught it just in time. After only 1 week of medicine she started putting on weight and her eyes were clearing up. By the third week, she was 100% healthy. Now she is an affectionate but shy, healthy cat. She is litter trained, vaccinated, de-sexed and micro-chipped. Muffin is ready and waiting for the purr-fect, loving, life-long home. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details.

Queenie

Queenie’s story all started when Lulu cat meowed at the right door at the right time. The very kind woman opened her door and saw a starving cat. She took her in, fed her lots, gave her a bath and cared for her. She noticed that Lulu was putting on weight rather quickly (after only a few days!) and thought it was time to take her in for vaccinations. That’s when she found out that Lulu was pregnant! She thought she rescued one cat but she ended up with a mom cat and a litter of four! Well, Lulu was such a great cat that the kind woman kept her and the kittens were all put up for adoption. Queenie is very calm, affectionate and lovable. She’s great with other cats and adapts well to dogs, too. She is litter trained, de-sexed, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Queenie is ready and waiting for the purr-fect home. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details on how to adopt Queenie.

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