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Cooper

Cooper was six years old when he was surrendered to the shelter because he did not do well with children and had chronic diarrhea. The medical staff started him on meds and began to monitor his progress. His diarrhea continued, so they placed him on rescue only. Cooper is a very sweet kitty with adults. He is calm and laid-back and does well with other cats. Sadly, he was posted for rescue for several weeks with no interest. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund. We hoped our pledge would enable a rescue to pay for his medical care and encourage someone to step up for this handsome boy. We were really grateful when Hope Marie's Fund said they would rescue Cooper! He had surgery to uncover any blockages and has had several tests run, but he is still having some issues. His foster is taking good care of him, and he is getting a lot of TLC.

Cooper

Cooper was six years old when he was surrendered to the shelter because he did not do well with children and had chronic diarrhea. The medical staff started him on meds and began to monitor his progress. His diarrhea continued, so they placed him on rescue only. Cooper is a very sweet kitty with adults. He is calm and laid-back and does well with other cats. Sadly, he was posted for rescue for several weeks with no interest. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund. We hoped our pledge would enable a rescue to pay for his medical care and encourage someone to step up for this handsome boy. We were really grateful when Hope Marie's Fund said they would rescue Cooper! He had surgery to uncover any blockages and has had several tests run, but he is still having some issues. His foster is taking good care of him, and he is getting a lot of TLC.

Gretchen

Gretchen came to the shelter as a stray. It is odd to imagine a stray pig wandering the city, but it does happen. The shelter typically only adopts out dogs and cats, so Gretchen was placed on the rescue only list. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of her care. She likely would need to be spayed, and there are no low-cost options for spaying pigs. It is typically over $200, even with a rescue discount! PJ3 Menagerie Farm and Sanctuary rescued Gretchen, and she is doing very well. Her foster says she is very sweet and has already made friends with some of the other barn animals. She has had her hooves trimmed and will be undergoing diagnostics to see if she has already been spayed. If she hasn't she will be undergoing surgery soon.

Gretchen

Gretchen came to the shelter as a stray. It is odd to imagine a stray pig wandering the city, but it does happen. The shelter typically only adopts out dogs and cats, so Gretchen was placed on the rescue only list. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of her care. She likely would need to be spayed, and there are no low-cost options for spaying pigs. It is typically over $200, even with a rescue discount! PJ3 Menagerie Farm and Sanctuary rescued Gretchen, and she is doing very well. Her foster says she is very sweet and has already made friends with some of the other barn animals. She has had her hooves trimmed and will be undergoing diagnostics to see if she has already been spayed. If she hasn't she will be undergoing surgery soon.

Sir Wrinkle-Chomps

Sir Wrinkle-Chomps found himself at the shelter when he got into a fight with the other dog he lived with. His skin was yeasty and itchy, and overall, it didn't look like he had good care in his life. He did not do well when introduced to another dog at the shelter. Due to his skin and dog issues, he was placed on rescue only. Even though he has a very handsome face and a royal name, he was overlooked. After waiting several weeks for rescue, he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for the care he needed for his skin. Fortunately, Last Call K9s had a spot open in the nick of time, and they swooped in and saved him! He is doing well in rescue and receiving the care he needs to get his coat back in tip-top shape and help him feel better!

Sir Wrinkle-Chomps

Sir Wrinkle-Chomps found himself at the shelter when he got into a fight with the other dog he lived with. His skin was yeasty and itchy, and overall, it didn't look like he had good care in his life. He did not do well when introduced to another dog at the shelter. Due to his skin and dog issues, he was placed on rescue only. Even though he has a very handsome face and a royal name, he was overlooked. After waiting several weeks for rescue, he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for the care he needed for his skin. Fortunately, Last Call K9s had a spot open in the nick of time, and they swooped in and saved him! He is doing well in rescue and receiving the care he needs to get his coat back in tip-top shape and help him feel better!

Tinsel

Tinsel came to the shelter as a stray puppy before Christmas. She had severe ear infections, so she was given ear meds and placed on the rescue only list in the hope a rescue would have an available foster. Sadly, no one had room, and Tinsel spent her first Christmas in the shelter. Eventually, her ears got better, and she was placed on the adoption floor. Three months went by, and no one had chosen Tinsel. The poor girl had so much pent-up energy, she had become a little mouthy and difficult to handle. Medical staff also discovered she had a luxating patella, and she was still battling ear infections on and off, so she was placed back on the rescue only list. Still, no rescue stepped up for Tinsel, and she was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help this beautiful, overlooked girl. It just seemed poor Tinsel couldn't catch a break. Finally, her luck changed, and a Tails and Trails foster stepped up to rescue her! Tinsel is doing well in foster and is getting along well with her doggy foster siblings. A vet visit revealed she has two luxating patellae. She will be going through surgery shortly to correct this, so she can live a pain-free life!

Tinsel

Tinsel came to the shelter as a stray puppy before Christmas. She had severe ear infections, so she was given ear meds and placed on the rescue only list in the hope a rescue would have an available foster. Sadly, no one had room, and Tinsel spent her first Christmas in the shelter. Eventually, her ears got better, and she was placed on the adoption floor. Three months went by, and no one had chosen Tinsel. The poor girl had so much pent-up energy, she had become a little mouthy and difficult to handle. Medical staff also discovered she had a luxating patella, and she was still battling ear infections on and off, so she was placed back on the rescue only list. Still, no rescue stepped up for Tinsel, and she was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help this beautiful, overlooked girl. It just seemed poor Tinsel couldn't catch a break. Finally, her luck changed, and a Tails and Trails foster stepped up to rescue her! Tinsel is doing well in foster and is getting along well with her doggy foster siblings. A vet visit revealed she has two luxating patellae. She will be going through surgery shortly to correct this, so she can live a pain-free life!

Duchess

Poor Duchess was six when she came to the shelter. She was timid and head shy and did not do well when meeting another dog. She was placed on rescue only due to her fear but the vet staff also noticed she had a slight limp. They feared she may have a torn ACL. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help. ACL surgery is very expensive! Canine Castaways stepped up and saved Duchess! She has been doing well in her foster home and will be getting the care she needs for her leg.

Duchess

Poor Duchess was six when she came to the shelter. She was timid and head shy and did not do well when meeting another dog. She was placed on rescue only due to her fear but the vet staff also noticed she had a slight limp. They feared she may have a torn ACL. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help. ACL surgery is very expensive! Canine Castaways stepped up and saved Duchess! She has been doing well in her foster home and will be getting the care she needs for her leg.

Ranger

Ranger arrived at the shelter as a stray. He passed his temp test for the adoption floor, but was frustrated in his kennel and showed barrier aggression. He also had swelling in one of his back legs and would need more medical care than the shelter could provide. Ranger was placed on the rescue only list. Despite being a lovable, friendly fellow who knows how to sit and shake, he was not snatched up by a rescue. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in the hope of increasing Ranger's chances, and it worked! Last Call K9s saved Ranger! They are in love with this handsome guy, and he will soon be getting care for his leg.

Ranger

Ranger arrived at the shelter as a stray. He passed his temp test for the adoption floor, but was frustrated in his kennel and showed barrier aggression. He also had swelling in one of his back legs and would need more medical care than the shelter could provide. Ranger was placed on the rescue only list. Despite being a lovable, friendly fellow who knows how to sit and shake, he was not snatched up by a rescue. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in the hope of increasing Ranger's chances, and it worked! Last Call K9s saved Ranger! They are in love with this handsome guy, and he will soon be getting care for his leg.

Lincoln

Lincoln was 10 years old when his owner surrendered him to the shelter because he had been having seizures. While staff never saw him have one at the shelter, he was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could run tests and provide him with any necessary medication. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for the testing. Hoosier Hooves and Hounds stepped up to help! Lincoln's blood work came back normal, and they had not seen him have any seizures. He is currently doing well in rescue, as you can see in his after picture!

Lincoln

Lincoln was 10 years old when his owner surrendered him to the shelter because he had been having seizures. While staff never saw him have one at the shelter, he was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could run tests and provide him with any necessary medication. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for the testing. Hoosier Hooves and Hounds stepped up to help! Lincoln's blood work came back normal, and they had not seen him have any seizures. He is currently doing well in rescue, as you can see in his after picture!

Dolly

Dolly was found as a stray with a reported injury to her back paw. Shelter staff guessed her to be around three years old. She is a little timid but a very lovable girl who followed and loved to be close to people. The shelter vet believed she had a past torn cruciate and would likely need surgery. She was placed on rescue only in hopes of finding a rescue who could have the surgery done. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost, and Our Lil' Bit of Heaven stepped up to rescue Dolly! Who knows how long Dolly's leg had been injured? As you can see in her after picture, this sweet girl has had her surgery and is recovering. dollShe is on her way to being able to walk pain-free!

Dolly

Dolly was found as a stray with a reported injury to her back paw. Shelter staff guessed her to be around three years old. She is a little timid but a very lovable girl who followed and loved to be close to people. The shelter vet believed she had a past torn cruciate and would likely need surgery. She was placed on rescue only in hopes of finding a rescue who could have the surgery done. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost, and Our Lil' Bit of Heaven stepped up to rescue Dolly! Who knows how long Dolly's leg had been injured? As you can see in her after picture, this sweet girl has had her surgery and is recovering. dollShe is on her way to being able to walk pain-free!

Angelica

Angelica is a sweet little girl who arrived at the shelter with an injured leg and paw. She was limping and holding her leg up, and her nails were worn down to nubs and bleeding. In spite of the pain she must have been in, Angelica was a fun-loving, energetic pup who loved to play and get attention! She jumped in the laps of volunteers and staff, gave them kisses, and didn't even seem to notice she was injured. The vet staff at the shelter wrapped her leg and did what they could for her. Then, she was placed on rescue-only, so she could get further treatment. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Leg injuries can be very expensive! Helping Paws stepped up and rescued her. X-rays revealed no fractures, but based on muscle and nerve damage, the vet believed Angelica could have been hit by a car two months earlier. She is currently in foster and going through therapy in the hope her leg can be saved. If the therapy does not help, her leg will have to be amputated. Angelica, who has been renamed to Angel, is receiving great care and a lot of love in her foster home. No matter the outcome for her leg, we're sure she will continue to be a happy girl!

Angelica

Angelica is a sweet little girl who arrived at the shelter with an injured leg and paw. She was limping and holding her leg up, and her nails were worn down to nubs and bleeding. In spite of the pain she must have been in, Angelica was a fun-loving, energetic pup who loved to play and get attention! She jumped in the laps of volunteers and staff, gave them kisses, and didn't even seem to notice she was injured. The vet staff at the shelter wrapped her leg and did what they could for her. Then, she was placed on rescue-only, so she could get further treatment. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Leg injuries can be very expensive! Helping Paws stepped up and rescued her. X-rays revealed no fractures, but based on muscle and nerve damage, the vet believed Angelica could have been hit by a car two months earlier. She is currently in foster and going through therapy in the hope her leg can be saved. If the therapy does not help, her leg will have to be amputated. Angelica, who has been renamed to Angel, is receiving great care and a lot of love in her foster home. No matter the outcome for her leg, we're sure she will continue to be a happy girl!

Raksha

Raksha was adopted from Indianapolis Animal Care Services and found several months later, stray and injured. She had likely been hit by a car. The phone number on her chip was disconnected, and no owner came to claim her. Her front leg appeared to be broken, so the shelter splinted it and placed her on the rescue list as urgent. Raksha didn't seem to notice her injured leg, as she bounced about, energetic and happy, sniffing everything in sight! move to Act knew the cost to treat her leg would be a factor for rescue, so we pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund. Last Call K9s saved the day by rescuing Raksha and getting her straight to the vet. They learned her leg is broken in two places, completely separated at the elbow. Unfortunately, it will have to be amputated. Raksha will be able to get around fine on just three legs though, and she will make someone a wonderful companion! Thank you to the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund for helping to make these rescues possible!

Raksha

Raksha was adopted from Indianapolis Animal Care Services and found several months later, stray and injured. She had likely been hit by a car. The phone number on her chip was disconnected, and no owner came to claim her. Her front leg appeared to be broken, so the shelter splinted it and placed her on the rescue list as urgent. Raksha didn't seem to notice her injured leg, as she bounced about, energetic and happy, sniffing everything in sight! move to Act knew the cost to treat her leg would be a factor for rescue, so we pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund. Last Call K9s saved the day by rescuing Raksha and getting her straight to the vet. They learned her leg is broken in two places, completely separated at the elbow. Unfortunately, it will have to be amputated. Raksha will be able to get around fine on just three legs though, and she will make someone a wonderful companion! Thank you to the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund for helping to make these rescues possible!

Tigger

Tigger was on the adoption floor at IACS when staff noticed she was urinating excessively. She was given antibiotics, but they didn't seem to help. They were concerned she may have kidney issues. In spite of this, Tigger was friendly, sweet, and loved attention. A volunteer agreed to foster her and take her to the vet for further testing. Blood work and urinalysis showed Tigger had a urinary tract infection but did not show kidney issues. She was given a Covenia injection. The shelter decided to look for rescue, since her infection was ongoing, and she would need further testing in order to confirm it was gone. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Hoosier Hooves and Hounds rescued Tigger and helped her get over her stubborn infection! In addition to the antibiotics she had already been given, she had to have Clavamox to get rid of it completely. Tigger is now doing well in rescue and has had no urinary issues.

Tigger

Tigger was on the adoption floor at IACS when staff noticed she was urinating excessively. She was given antibiotics, but they didn't seem to help. They were concerned she may have kidney issues. In spite of this, Tigger was friendly, sweet, and loved attention. A volunteer agreed to foster her and take her to the vet for further testing. Blood work and urinalysis showed Tigger had a urinary tract infection but did not show kidney issues. She was given a Covenia injection. The shelter decided to look for rescue, since her infection was ongoing, and she would need further testing in order to confirm it was gone. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Hoosier Hooves and Hounds rescued Tigger and helped her get over her stubborn infection! In addition to the antibiotics she had already been given, she had to have Clavamox to get rid of it completely. Tigger is now doing well in rescue and has had no urinary issues.

Senna

Senna was guessed to be around 4 years old when she arrived at the shelter as a stray. She had a large hematoma on her ear, and her fur was thin due to flea allergies. The shelter vet lanced and drained the hematoma and applied a flea treatment. Senna was placed on rescue only in hopes of finding a foster in rescue where she could get some TLC and heal. Sadly, no one came for her. Her ear healed well at the shelter, but unfortunately, she did not do well when tested with another dog. This meant she would have to be rescue only. After she was on the rescue list for a week or two, a volunteer and staff member got Senna out to take a new picture. They were shocked to see her ribs showing, so they weighed her. Senna was 46 pounds when she had come to the shelter a month before. Now, she was only 36! An urgent plea for rescue was put out, and move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for necessary tests and care to help Senna. Natalie's Second Chance stepped up right away and saved her! Since being in rescue, Senna has been eating well and doing great. She is now up to 40 pounds!

Senna

Senna was guessed to be around 4 years old when she arrived at the shelter as a stray. She had a large hematoma on her ear, and her fur was thin due to flea allergies. The shelter vet lanced and drained the hematoma and applied a flea treatment. Senna was placed on rescue only in hopes of finding a foster in rescue where she could get some TLC and heal. Sadly, no one came for her. Her ear healed well at the shelter, but unfortunately, she did not do well when tested with another dog. This meant she would have to be rescue only. After she was on the rescue list for a week or two, a volunteer and staff member got Senna out to take a new picture. They were shocked to see her ribs showing, so they weighed her. Senna was 46 pounds when she had come to the shelter a month before. Now, she was only 36! An urgent plea for rescue was put out, and move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for necessary tests and care to help Senna. Natalie's Second Chance stepped up right away and saved her! Since being in rescue, Senna has been eating well and doing great. She is now up to 40 pounds!

Pongo

Pongo was around 9 years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. The shelter vet noticed him spinning to one side in his cage and started him on medication. He did much better but still needed blood work to make sure nothing was wrong. He also needed a dental. Pongo is such a sweet, friendly, laid-back boy. He enjoys snoozing and isn't much trouble at all. In spite of this, no rescue came and he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his care. Canine Castaways stepped up and saved Pongo! As you can see in his after photo, he is quite relaxed and happy in his foster home. Thank you for helping us to save dogs like Pongo by supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Pongo

Pongo was around 9 years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. The shelter vet noticed him spinning to one side in his cage and started him on medication. He did much better but still needed blood work to make sure nothing was wrong. He also needed a dental. Pongo is such a sweet, friendly, laid-back boy. He enjoys snoozing and isn't much trouble at all. In spite of this, no rescue came and he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his care. Canine Castaways stepped up and saved Pongo! As you can see in his after photo, he is quite relaxed and happy in his foster home. Thank you for helping us to save dogs like Pongo by supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Ripley

Ripley was only about a year old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. Both of his ears were badly infected, and he had so many fleas his hair was thin from scratching. In spite of his condition, he was a happy, energetic, playful guy who loved people! The shelter gave him a flea treatment and began treating his ears. Unfortunately, Ripley's ear infections did not resolve. He was placed on rescue only because he needed more extensive treatment than the shelter could provide. The shelter also learned Ripley did not care for other dogs. This makes it much more difficult to find rescue. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the treatment of Ripley's ears. PawSwap stepped up and saved him! He is being given a new ear medication and is enjoying life in his foster home! Thank you for helping save Ripley by supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund!

Ripley

Ripley was only about a year old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. Both of his ears were badly infected, and he had so many fleas his hair was thin from scratching. In spite of his condition, he was a happy, energetic, playful guy who loved people! The shelter gave him a flea treatment and began treating his ears. Unfortunately, Ripley's ear infections did not resolve. He was placed on rescue only because he needed more extensive treatment than the shelter could provide. The shelter also learned Ripley did not care for other dogs. This makes it much more difficult to find rescue. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the treatment of Ripley's ears. PawSwap stepped up and saved him! He is being given a new ear medication and is enjoying life in his foster home! Thank you for helping save Ripley by supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund!

Mia

Mia, at five years old, found herself at the shelter when her owner surrendered her due to the cost of her care. She is a great, happy, wiggly dog who loves people and other dogs. Unfortunately, her back end seemed painful when she walked. It was sometimes possible to hear her knees pop. The cost to treat leg and hip issues is typically a concern for rescues, so Mia sat on the rescue list with no interest until she was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act made a pledge from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help pay for her care. Fortunately, Lucky Dog Retreat took this sweet girl in. They learned poor Mia has horrible hip dysplasia and knees, likely both torn ACLs and a luxating patella. She had been kept in a crate way too much in her life. Sadly, her issues and injuries are too far along or happened too long ago to be corrected with surgery. Lucky Dog Retreat is working with a sport vet to do extensive physical therapy with Mia. She is a happy girl and finally getting the TLC she needs! Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund helped to make that possible. Thank you!

Mia

Mia, at five years old, found herself at the shelter when her owner surrendered her due to the cost of her care. She is a great, happy, wiggly dog who loves people and other dogs. Unfortunately, her back end seemed painful when she walked. It was sometimes possible to hear her knees pop. The cost to treat leg and hip issues is typically a concern for rescues, so Mia sat on the rescue list with no interest until she was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act made a pledge from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help pay for her care. Fortunately, Lucky Dog Retreat took this sweet girl in. They learned poor Mia has horrible hip dysplasia and knees, likely both torn ACLs and a luxating patella. She had been kept in a crate way too much in her life. Sadly, her issues and injuries are too far along or happened too long ago to be corrected with surgery. Lucky Dog Retreat is working with a sport vet to do extensive physical therapy with Mia. She is a happy girl and finally getting the TLC she needs! Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund helped to make that possible. Thank you!

Hemi

Hemi was only two years old when he found himself on the shelter's rescue list with a "must have rescue by" date. He was labeled "rescue only" because he barked and growled at his cage door and seemed aggressive. Although, anyone brave enough to open the door would see a completely different side of Hemi. He is an energetic little guy who loves to play ball! His before picture was taken at the shelter, so you can see how happy he was when away from the kennel area. Hemi waited a few weeks on the rescue list with no interest. He was given a "must have rescue by" date, and move to Act pledged from our Last Chance Fund in hopes of helping a rescue afford his care. Red Sky Rescue stepped up and saved him! He was adopted quickly, and, as you can see from his after picture, is enjoying life in his forever home! Thank you for supporting the Last Chance Fund and helping Hemi get out of the shelter!

Hemi

Hemi was only two years old when he found himself on the shelter's rescue list with a "must have rescue by" date. He was labeled "rescue only" because he barked and growled at his cage door and seemed aggressive. Although, anyone brave enough to open the door would see a completely different side of Hemi. He is an energetic little guy who loves to play ball! His before picture was taken at the shelter, so you can see how happy he was when away from the kennel area. Hemi waited a few weeks on the rescue list with no interest. He was given a "must have rescue by" date, and move to Act pledged from our Last Chance Fund in hopes of helping a rescue afford his care. Red Sky Rescue stepped up and saved him! He was adopted quickly, and, as you can see from his after picture, is enjoying life in his forever home! Thank you for supporting the Last Chance Fund and helping Hemi get out of the shelter!

Baxter

Baxter was confiscated with a large group of farm animals who were not being properly cared for. As you can see in the picture, he is very thin and needs to gain quite a bit of weight. He also has rain rot all over his back and rump. (Rain rot is a skin infection that occurs when the animal has no shelter and is always wet.) Indianapolis Animal Care and Services put out a plea to their rescue partners, and A Critter's Chance rescued the animals! move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with Baxter's care. Baxter has now had a vet visit as you can see in the photo, is being loaded up with extra food, and is being bathed with medicated shampoo to treat the rain rot. Thank you for supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Baxter get the care he deserved all along!

Baxter

Baxter was confiscated with a large group of farm animals who were not being properly cared for. As you can see in the picture, he is very thin and needs to gain quite a bit of weight. He also has rain rot all over his back and rump. (Rain rot is a skin infection that occurs when the animal has no shelter and is always wet.) Indianapolis Animal Care and Services put out a plea to their rescue partners, and A Critter's Chance rescued the animals! move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with Baxter's care. Baxter has now had a vet visit as you can see in the photo, is being loaded up with extra food, and is being bathed with medicated shampoo to treat the rain rot. Thank you for supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Baxter get the care he deserved all along!

Cilantro

Cilantro was 15 years old when she was surrendered to the shelter by her owner. She had an issue with her eye which appeared to be a luxating lens. Despite the pain this caused, Cilantro was friendly to shelter staff. She was posted as rescue-only in hopes a rescue would come quickly and have the treatment needed for her eye. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of her care. Fortunately, 2 x 2 Rescue came and saved the day! Cilantro was renamed to Fajita and taken to the vet right away. Her eye had to be removed, but her blood work and exam showed her to be in good health otherwise. She is feeling much better and doing well. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund. We couldn't help cats like Cilantro without you!

Cilantro

Cilantro was 15 years old when she was surrendered to the shelter by her owner. She had an issue with her eye which appeared to be a luxating lens. Despite the pain this caused, Cilantro was friendly to shelter staff. She was posted as rescue-only in hopes a rescue would come quickly and have the treatment needed for her eye. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of her care. Fortunately, 2 x 2 Rescue came and saved the day! Cilantro was renamed to Fajita and taken to the vet right away. Her eye had to be removed, but her blood work and exam showed her to be in good health otherwise. She is feeling much better and doing well. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund. We couldn't help cats like Cilantro without you!

Jacob

Jacob arrived at the shelter as a stray with a microchip. He had been adopted from IACC as a pup, but his owners never came to claim him. While that is sad, it is probably for the best because Jacob had not received good care. His ears were folded up from ear infections, and he had fly strike and wounds on the tops of them. Also, his skin was itchy and patchy. Despite all this he was a friendly, loving boy who also liked other dogs. He was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could foster and provide the TLC he needed in order for his ears and skin to heal. After waiting on the rescue list with no interest, he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes our pledge would enable a rescue to afford his care. Shortly after we pledged, Last Call K9s stepped up and saved Jacob! He is doing well in foster and will now receive the care he needs. Without donations to the Moore Life Medical Fund, we could not help save dogs like Jacob. Thank you for your support!

Jacob

Jacob arrived at the shelter as a stray with a microchip. He had been adopted from IACC as a pup, but his owners never came to claim him. While that is sad, it is probably for the best because Jacob had not received good care. His ears were folded up from ear infections, and he had fly strike and wounds on the tops of them. Also, his skin was itchy and patchy. Despite all this he was a friendly, loving boy who also liked other dogs. He was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could foster and provide the TLC he needed in order for his ears and skin to heal. After waiting on the rescue list with no interest, he was given a "must have rescue by" date. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes our pledge would enable a rescue to afford his care. Shortly after we pledged, Last Call K9s stepped up and saved Jacob! He is doing well in foster and will now receive the care he needs. Without donations to the Moore Life Medical Fund, we could not help save dogs like Jacob. Thank you for your support!

Gino

Gino was around four years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. He didn't look like he had received good care in his short life. His ears had been eaten by flies, and he also had several masses. Gino doesn't seem to notice or care about any of that though. He is friendly and playful with everyone he meets and just seems to love life in general! He knows how to sit and shake, so someone must have spent time training him at some point. No owner came to claim him, so he was placed on the rescue only list in hopes a rescue would be able to have the masses removed and provide the care he needed. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help with the cost of his care. Fortunately, PawSwap stepped up and rescued him! Gino is doing well in his foster home and will soon have his masses removed. Unfortunately, PawSwap learned he is also heartworm positive, so he will begin treatment for that soon as well. Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund made it possible for us to help Gino. Thank you!

Gino

Gino was around four years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. He didn't look like he had received good care in his short life. His ears had been eaten by flies, and he also had several masses. Gino doesn't seem to notice or care about any of that though. He is friendly and playful with everyone he meets and just seems to love life in general! He knows how to sit and shake, so someone must have spent time training him at some point. No owner came to claim him, so he was placed on the rescue only list in hopes a rescue would be able to have the masses removed and provide the care he needed. move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help with the cost of his care. Fortunately, PawSwap stepped up and rescued him! Gino is doing well in his foster home and will soon have his masses removed. Unfortunately, PawSwap learned he is also heartworm positive, so he will begin treatment for that soon as well. Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund made it possible for us to help Gino. Thank you!

Paisley

Paisley was surrendered to the shelter when her owners moved.  She is a laid-back, lovable girl who passed her temp test and made it to the adoption floor.  During her vet exam, the shelter vet discovered she had severe luxating patella.  While she seemed to have learned to compensate, she still had some difficulty getting up and would potentially need surgery.  A plea went out to find a rescue that could help.  Knowing this would be an expensive surgery, move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes of enabling a rescue to afford her care.  A shelter volunteer fell in love with Paisley and offered to foster, and Hope Marie's Fund allowed her to foster through them!  Paisley has now had her surgery and is recovering in her foster home.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Paisley get the care she needed!

Paisley

Paisley was surrendered to the shelter when her owners moved.  She is a laid-back, lovable girl who passed her temp test and made it to the adoption floor.  During her vet exam, the shelter vet discovered she had severe luxating patella.  While she seemed to have learned to compensate, she still had some difficulty getting up and would potentially need surgery.  A plea went out to find a rescue that could help.  Knowing this would be an expensive surgery, move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes of enabling a rescue to afford her care.  A shelter volunteer fell in love with Paisley and offered to foster, and Hope Marie's Fund allowed her to foster through them!  Paisley has now had her surgery and is recovering in her foster home.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Paisley get the care she needed!

Lorelle

Lorelle came to the shelter as a stray.  Shelter staffed guessed her to be around seven years old.  She is an energetic girl who loves people and attention and loves to play ball.  Unfortunately, she had a large mass, which you can see in her before picture, that needed medical attention.  Lorelle did not do well when meeting other dogs at the shelter, so that made finding a rescue a bit challenging.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help pay for her medical care.  Cherished Life Rescue stepped up and saved this sweet girl.  Lorelle has now had her tumor removed, and it was benign!  She should have many years left to play ball and be a loving companion to the lucky family who adopts her.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping to give Lorelle the opportunity to enjoy those years!

Lorelle

Lorelle came to the shelter as a stray.  Shelter staffed guessed her to be around seven years old.  She is an energetic girl who loves people and attention and loves to play ball.  Unfortunately, she had a large mass, which you can see in her before picture, that needed medical attention.  Lorelle did not do well when meeting other dogs at the shelter, so that made finding a rescue a bit challenging.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help pay for her medical care.  Cherished Life Rescue stepped up and saved this sweet girl.  Lorelle has now had her tumor removed, and it was benign!  She should have many years left to play ball and be a loving companion to the lucky family who adopts her.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping to give Lorelle the opportunity to enjoy those years!

Ian

Ian is only about a year old.  He did not do well with other dogs at the shelter, and the shelter vet discovered he has a heart murmur.  He was placed on rescue only for these reasons.  Ian is beautiful and very friendly and social with people.  Shelter staff were surprised when there was no rescue interest.  After several weeks, Ian was given a "must have rescue by" date.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with any medical costs.  We hoped this would alleviate financial concerns a rescue might have regarding care for his heart murmur.  Last Call K9s saved Ian!  Further vetting revealed his heart murmur was slight and not a cause for concern.  Ian has also been playing with other dogs in his foster home and is doing well!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Ian find his rescuer!

Ian

Ian is only about a year old.  He did not do well with other dogs at the shelter, and the shelter vet discovered he has a heart murmur.  He was placed on rescue only for these reasons.  Ian is beautiful and very friendly and social with people.  Shelter staff were surprised when there was no rescue interest.  After several weeks, Ian was given a "must have rescue by" date.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with any medical costs.  We hoped this would alleviate financial concerns a rescue might have regarding care for his heart murmur.  Last Call K9s saved Ian!  Further vetting revealed his heart murmur was slight and not a cause for concern.  Ian has also been playing with other dogs in his foster home and is doing well!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping Ian find his rescuer!

Cordelia

Cordelia is an easy-going, lovable girl.  She is friendly with people and other dogs.  Unfortunately, she had blood in her urine at the shelter, and the normal antibiotics did not solve the problem.  She was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could provide the vet care she needed to identify and treat the issue.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care.  A foster for ARPO met Cordelia and fell in love!  She was rescued and renamed to Zoey Zu (ZZ for short).  The test results haven't come back yet, but her foster has not seen any urinary issues.  She did learn ZZ is heartworm positive and will need treatment, so our pledge will definitely help!  ZZ is doing well with the children and other dogs in her foster home.  She is enthusiastic and loves life!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and allowing us to help ZZ's life be the best it can be!

Cordelia

Cordelia is an easy-going, lovable girl.  She is friendly with people and other dogs.  Unfortunately, she had blood in her urine at the shelter, and the normal antibiotics did not solve the problem.  She was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could provide the vet care she needed to identify and treat the issue.  Move to Act pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care.  A foster for ARPO met Cordelia and fell in love!  She was rescued and renamed to Zoey Zu (ZZ for short).  The test results haven't come back yet, but her foster has not seen any urinary issues.  She did learn ZZ is heartworm positive and will need treatment, so our pledge will definitely help!  ZZ is doing well with the children and other dogs in her foster home.  She is enthusiastic and loves life!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and allowing us to help ZZ's life be the best it can be!

Dusty

Dusty was surrendered to the shelter by her owner who claimed Dusty had been having chronic diarrhea for three years.  Poor Dusty was very scared at the shelter.  Staff started her on medication, but the stress certainly wasn't helping her condition.  She was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could run more extensive tests and find the cause.  Move to Act made a pledge from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost of her vet care.  After a week on the rescue list, Dusty was still no better.  The shelter made an urgent plea, and Every Dog Counts stepped up and saved the day!  Dusty went straight to the vet and had blood work run.  (This is where her after picture was taken.)  She is now resting much more comfortably in a foster home where she will get the care she needs.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Dusty

Dusty was surrendered to the shelter by her owner who claimed Dusty had been having chronic diarrhea for three years.  Poor Dusty was very scared at the shelter.  Staff started her on medication, but the stress certainly wasn't helping her condition.  She was placed on rescue only in hopes a rescue could run more extensive tests and find the cause.  Move to Act made a pledge from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost of her vet care.  After a week on the rescue list, Dusty was still no better.  The shelter made an urgent plea, and Every Dog Counts stepped up and saved the day!  Dusty went straight to the vet and had blood work run.  (This is where her after picture was taken.)  She is now resting much more comfortably in a foster home where she will get the care she needs.  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Blue

Blue was eight years old when his owners surrendered him to the shelter.  He had begun to have seizures about once a week, and they felt they could not afford vet care.  Blue had been with his family since he was a puppy.  He was very anxious and nervous at the shelter.  He was put on the urgent rescue list, so he could get to rescue and get the care he needed.  move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help a rescue diagnose and treat his seizures.  PAWS Hancock stepped up and rescued Blue!  He has been able to relax in his foster home and has been started on Phenobarbital to control his seizures.  He is currently doing very well.  Thank you for your supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping us be a part of saving Blue!

Blue

Blue was eight years old when his owners surrendered him to the shelter.  He had begun to have seizures about once a week, and they felt they could not afford vet care.  Blue had been with his family since he was a puppy.  He was very anxious and nervous at the shelter.  He was put on the urgent rescue list, so he could get to rescue and get the care he needed.  move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help a rescue diagnose and treat his seizures.  PAWS Hancock stepped up and rescued Blue!  He has been able to relax in his foster home and has been started on Phenobarbital to control his seizures.  He is currently doing very well.  Thank you for your supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping us be a part of saving Blue!

Patches

When she came to the shelter, it was easy to see that Patches certainly had seen some neglect in her nine years. Her skin was yeasty and crusty, she was missing most of her fur, and her ears were badly infected. In spite of all that, she was a very nice dog and loved people! She had an upbeat and friendly personality that made her shine. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost of her care. An ARPO foster stepped up and took her in, and she is now receiving the care she deserves. Thank you for helping dogs like Patches by supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund!

Patches

When she came to the shelter, it was easy to see that Patches certainly had seen some neglect in her nine years. Her skin was yeasty and crusty, she was missing most of her fur, and her ears were badly infected. In spite of all that, she was a very nice dog and loved people! She had an upbeat and friendly personality that made her shine. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost of her care. An ARPO foster stepped up and took her in, and she is now receiving the care she deserves. Thank you for helping dogs like Patches by supporting our Moore Life Medical Fund!

Roman

Roman was a happy, active senior who did well with other dogs and loved snacks and attention. He was all set to go on the adoption floor, but he tested heartworm positive and had a persistent cough. The shelter does treat heartworm, but with his age (10 years) and the risks involved with treatment in seniors, he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from the Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his treatment. Roman was rescued by Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue and will now get the medical care he needs. Thank you for your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Roman

Roman was a happy, active senior who did well with other dogs and loved snacks and attention. He was all set to go on the adoption floor, but he tested heartworm positive and had a persistent cough. The shelter does treat heartworm, but with his age (10 years) and the risks involved with treatment in seniors, he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from the Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his treatment. Roman was rescued by Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue and will now get the medical care he needs. Thank you for your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Brady

Brady was around 5 years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. This poor little guy looked to have some back issues, as his back legs would slide sideways sometimes when he tried to stand or walk. The shelter vet thought he may have partial disk issues, which are common with his breed. He could still get around fairly well and was extremely affectionate and loving. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help Brady's rescue. If he required surgery, it would be expensive! ARPO came to his rescue and will be getting him the care he needs. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Brady

Brady was around 5 years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray. This poor little guy looked to have some back issues, as his back legs would slide sideways sometimes when he tried to stand or walk. The shelter vet thought he may have partial disk issues, which are common with his breed. He could still get around fairly well and was extremely affectionate and loving. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help Brady's rescue. If he required surgery, it would be expensive! ARPO came to his rescue and will be getting him the care he needs. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Bogart

Bogart is a handsome guy who was surrendered to the shelter when his owner moved. He arrived with crusty spots down his back and rump. Since his skin was scarred in places, he had probably had issues for some time. He also had entropion, a condition in which the eyelids roll inward causing the eyelashes to rub on the eye. He needed surgery to correct this. Bogart was such a goofy, lovable guy who loved to play with people and dogs alike, but his medical issues caused him to be placed on the rescue-only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes of offsetting the financial burden to the rescue who saved him. We are happy to say Ruts Rescue found a foster home, rescued Bogart, and is now ensuring he gets the care and love he deserves!  Thank you to the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund for making this possible!

Bogart

Bogart is a handsome guy who was surrendered to the shelter when his owner moved. He arrived with crusty spots down his back and rump. Since his skin was scarred in places, he had probably had issues for some time. He also had entropion, a condition in which the eyelids roll inward causing the eyelashes to rub on the eye. He needed surgery to correct this. Bogart was such a goofy, lovable guy who loved to play with people and dogs alike, but his medical issues caused him to be placed on the rescue-only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in hopes of offsetting the financial burden to the rescue who saved him. We are happy to say Ruts Rescue found a foster home, rescued Bogart, and is now ensuring he gets the care and love he deserves!  Thank you to the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund for making this possible!

Charlie, Martha, Curly Sue, and Roslyn

These four girls were all one to two years old when they found themselves at the shelter, waiting on rescue. (The city shelter only adopts out dogs and cats. They rely on rescues to take other animals that come in.) One of the bunnies was not doing well, so move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of any necessary medical care. A Critter's Chance came to the rescue! The gray and white Dutch rabbit, Charlie, was found to have some respiratory issues that she will probably always have. Fortunately, she has already been adopted by a loving family that is prepared to care for her! The two English Lops, Martha and Curly Sue, are in foster together. They are very bonded and love to groom one another. Roslyn, the white Californian, is doing well in her foster home where she gets to roam freely. She loves to jump up on the bed, stretch completely out, and chill! Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we are able to help a variety of animals!

Charlie, Martha, Curly Sue, and Roslyn

These four girls were all one to two years old when they found themselves at the shelter, waiting on rescue. (The city shelter only adopts out dogs and cats. They rely on rescues to take other animals that come in.) One of the bunnies was not doing well, so move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of any necessary medical care. A Critter's Chance came to the rescue! The gray and white Dutch rabbit, Charlie, was found to have some respiratory issues that she will probably always have. Fortunately, she has already been adopted by a loving family that is prepared to care for her! The two English Lops, Martha and Curly Sue, are in foster together. They are very bonded and love to groom one another. Roslyn, the white Californian, is doing well in her foster home where she gets to roam freely. She loves to jump up on the bed, stretch completely out, and chill! Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we are able to help a variety of animals!

Charlie, Martha, Curly Sue, and Roslyn

These four girls were all one to two years old when they found themselves at the shelter, waiting on rescue. (The city shelter only adopts out dogs and cats. They rely on rescues to take other animals that come in.) One of the bunnies was not doing well, so move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of any necessary medical care. A Critter's Chance came to the rescue! The gray and white Dutch rabbit, Charlie, was found to have some respiratory issues that she will probably always have. Fortunately, she has already been adopted by a loving family that is prepared to care for her! The two English Lops, Martha and Curly Sue, are in foster together. They are very bonded and love to groom one another. Roslyn, the white Californian, is doing well in her foster home where she gets to roam freely. She loves to jump up on the bed, stretch completely out, and chill! Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we are able to help a variety of animals!

Charlie, Martha, Curly Sue, and Roslyn

These four girls were all one to two years old when they found themselves at the shelter, waiting on rescue. (The city shelter only adopts out dogs and cats. They rely on rescues to take other animals that come in.) One of the bunnies was not doing well, so move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of any necessary medical care. A Critter's Chance came to the rescue! The gray and white Dutch rabbit, Charlie, was found to have some respiratory issues that she will probably always have. Fortunately, she has already been adopted by a loving family that is prepared to care for her! The two English Lops, Martha and Curly Sue, are in foster together. They are very bonded and love to groom one another. Roslyn, the white Californian, is doing well in her foster home where she gets to roam freely. She loves to jump up on the bed, stretch completely out, and chill! Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we are able to help a variety of animals!

Pumpkin

Pumpkin was surrendered to the shelter when he was three due to litterbox issues. Pumpkin's personality was just as big as he was! He was super-affectionate and very inquisitive about his surroundings. A plea was put out to the rescues in hopes someone could have tests run to determine if his litterbox issues were due to a medical condition. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost. Mended Hearts came to the rescue and placed Pumpkin in a nice foster home, where they discovered Pumpkin was a healthy guy who used his box as he should. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping us help cats like Pumpkin!

Pumpkin

Pumpkin was surrendered to the shelter when he was three due to litterbox issues. Pumpkin's personality was just as big as he was! He was super-affectionate and very inquisitive about his surroundings. A plea was put out to the rescues in hopes someone could have tests run to determine if his litterbox issues were due to a medical condition. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost. Mended Hearts came to the rescue and placed Pumpkin in a nice foster home, where they discovered Pumpkin was a healthy guy who used his box as he should. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping us help cats like Pumpkin!

Dezi

Dezi was only four when he came to the shelter with the old scars and forlorn look he has in his before picture. It was apparent he had probably not been treated well in his life. He had some eye issues and did not do well with other dogs at the shelter, so he was placed on the rescue only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the treatment cost for his eyes. It can be difficult to find rescue for a dog that doesn't do well with other dogs, so Dezi actually ran out of time on the rescue list; his urgent date came and went with no rescue. But by what we like to call a rescue miracle, Pawswap found a foster-to-adopt home just a few days after Dezi's "must have rescue by" date, and Dezi was still at the shelter, on borrowed time!  As you can see from the after picture, he now has a family that loves him, and that forlorn look has melted away. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Dezi get their rescue miracles!

Dezi

Dezi was only four when he came to the shelter with the old scars and forlorn look he has in his before picture. It was apparent he had probably not been treated well in his life. He had some eye issues and did not do well with other dogs at the shelter, so he was placed on the rescue only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the treatment cost for his eyes. It can be difficult to find rescue for a dog that doesn't do well with other dogs, so Dezi actually ran out of time on the rescue list; his urgent date came and went with no rescue. But by what we like to call a rescue miracle, Pawswap found a foster-to-adopt home just a few days after Dezi's "must have rescue by" date, and Dezi was still at the shelter, on borrowed time!  As you can see from the after picture, he now has a family that loves him, and that forlorn look has melted away. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Dezi get their rescue miracles!

Kaiser

Kaiser came to the shelter as a stray at around 11 years old. He was mostly blind; he seemed to see movement, but ran into stationary things. He was so thin that his hip bones were protruding and his ribs were showing. Kaiser had a healthy appetite and didn't seem to mind being at the shelter. He wagged his tail as soon as someone would speak to him and loved attention. He also loved being fed regularly and gobbled up his food! Due to his age and vision issues, he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to assist a rescue with the cost of Kaiser's care. It took several weeks, but Kaiser finally found his hero at Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue! As you can see from his after picture, he is living it up in a nice foster home with lots of food and love. We could not help dogs like Kaiser without your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund. Thank you!

Kaiser

Kaiser came to the shelter as a stray at around 11 years old. He was mostly blind; he seemed to see movement, but ran into stationary things. He was so thin that his hip bones were protruding and his ribs were showing. Kaiser had a healthy appetite and didn't seem to mind being at the shelter. He wagged his tail as soon as someone would speak to him and loved attention. He also loved being fed regularly and gobbled up his food! Due to his age and vision issues, he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to assist a rescue with the cost of Kaiser's care. It took several weeks, but Kaiser finally found his hero at Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue! As you can see from his after picture, he is living it up in a nice foster home with lots of food and love. We could not help dogs like Kaiser without your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund. Thank you!

Diamond

Poor Diamond was five years old, blind, and possibly deaf when she was surrendered to the shelter because she had started to have issues with the other female dog in the house. The owner reported she did fine with the other dogs at home, and Diamond was also very good with children. She was friendly and loving to everyone at the shelter. The staff put out a plea to the rescues to see if anyone had a spot for Diamond. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Indiana GSD and Siberian Husky Rescue said they could take her in! It's great to see the difference in her expression in the before and after pictures; she looks so happy to be rescued! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Diamond

Poor Diamond was five years old, blind, and possibly deaf when she was surrendered to the shelter because she had started to have issues with the other female dog in the house. The owner reported she did fine with the other dogs at home, and Diamond was also very good with children. She was friendly and loving to everyone at the shelter. The staff put out a plea to the rescues to see if anyone had a spot for Diamond. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for her care. Indiana GSD and Siberian Husky Rescue said they could take her in! It's great to see the difference in her expression in the before and after pictures; she looks so happy to be rescued! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Bear

Bear was surrendered to the shelter when he was eight years old because his owner no longer had time for him. Bear was a smart, active guy who seemed to have been well cared for. During his temp test, he was a little touchy with handling and failed the food bowl portion of the test. The shelter staff placed him on the rescue-only list in hopes of finding an experienced foster who could provide training. Bear was on the list for a few weeks with no rescue interest. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue offset the cost of his care. Just in the nick of time, PawSwap came to the rescue! Bear is now safe in a foster home. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Bear

Bear was surrendered to the shelter when he was eight years old because his owner no longer had time for him. Bear was a smart, active guy who seemed to have been well cared for. During his temp test, he was a little touchy with handling and failed the food bowl portion of the test. The shelter staff placed him on the rescue-only list in hopes of finding an experienced foster who could provide training. Bear was on the list for a few weeks with no rescue interest. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue offset the cost of his care. Just in the nick of time, PawSwap came to the rescue! Bear is now safe in a foster home. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Tucker

Tucker came to the shelter as a stray when he was about a year old. He was severely underweight at only 32 pounds. A friendly and loving boy, he did very well while the shelter vet examined him. An urgent plea was put out to rescue in hopes someone would respond quickly, because Tucker needed a foster home, good food, and TLC as quickly as possible! move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue fund the cost of his care. Woofs and Books rescued Tucker and is helping this boy get to a healthy weight. Without the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we could not help dogs like Tucker. Thank you!

Tucker

Tucker came to the shelter as a stray when he was about a year old. He was severely underweight at only 32 pounds. A friendly and loving boy, he did very well while the shelter vet examined him. An urgent plea was put out to rescue in hopes someone would respond quickly, because Tucker needed a foster home, good food, and TLC as quickly as possible! move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue fund the cost of his care. Woofs and Books rescued Tucker and is helping this boy get to a healthy weight. Without the supporters of the Moore Life Medical Fund, we could not help dogs like Tucker. Thank you!

Harley

Harley was only 10 years old when her owners brought her to the shelter to be euthanized due to her age. They said she had been sick for two months, but they did not know why. Harley was extremely thin at only 24 pounds, and her ribs and hip bones were visible. Despite this, she was still happy and active! The shelter staff saw no reason to euthanize her. They began to look for a rescue where she could get the medical care she needed. But after a few days on the rescue list, Harley lost some of her spunk. Shelter staff were worried and put out an urgent plea to rescue. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with her medical costs. Every Dog Counts responded right away to the urgent plea, and Harley was taken to their vet that day! After running tests, the vet discovered that Harley is diabetic. Once she started receiving proper treatment, she bounced right back and was once again a happy girl! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and making it possible for us to help dogs like Harley!

Harley

Harley was only 10 years old when her owners brought her to the shelter to be euthanized due to her age. They said she had been sick for two months, but they did not know why. Harley was extremely thin at only 24 pounds, and her ribs and hip bones were visible. Despite this, she was still happy and active! The shelter staff saw no reason to euthanize her. They began to look for a rescue where she could get the medical care she needed. But after a few days on the rescue list, Harley lost some of her spunk. Shelter staff were worried and put out an urgent plea to rescue. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with her medical costs. Every Dog Counts responded right away to the urgent plea, and Harley was taken to their vet that day! After running tests, the vet discovered that Harley is diabetic. Once she started receiving proper treatment, she bounced right back and was once again a happy girl! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and making it possible for us to help dogs like Harley!

Harley

Harley was surrendered to the shelter because his owner had become homeless. He was nine years old and weighed only 40 pounds. Due to his age and the fact he was underweight, he was placed on the rescue only list. Harley was a laid-back, well-mannered guy who was also housebroken. You wouldn't think it would take long for this handsome fellow to find a rescue, but he waited on the rescue list for several weeks before anyone came. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with his care.  We hoped our pledge would offset the financial burden and allow a rescue to commit to him. Tails and Trails came to his rescue, and he is now getting good food, putting on weight, and receiving a lot of love! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Harley

Harley was surrendered to the shelter because his owner had become homeless. He was nine years old and weighed only 40 pounds. Due to his age and the fact he was underweight, he was placed on the rescue only list. Harley was a laid-back, well-mannered guy who was also housebroken. You wouldn't think it would take long for this handsome fellow to find a rescue, but he waited on the rescue list for several weeks before anyone came. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with his care.  We hoped our pledge would offset the financial burden and allow a rescue to commit to him. Tails and Trails came to his rescue, and he is now getting good food, putting on weight, and receiving a lot of love! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Emmie

Emmie came to the shelter as a stray when she was only a year old. She was still very puppy-like, sweet, silly, and adorable. She was also a little scared. She favored one leg when walking, and the shelter vet suspected she may have a broken leg that had simply healed on its own. Emmie would need x-rays to determine a course of treatment, so she was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help with the cost. Rescue Farm took this sweet girl in and will be getting her the care she needs! Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund makes it possible for us to help dogs like Emmie. Thank you!

Emmie

Emmie came to the shelter as a stray when she was only a year old. She was still very puppy-like, sweet, silly, and adorable. She was also a little scared. She favored one leg when walking, and the shelter vet suspected she may have a broken leg that had simply healed on its own. Emmie would need x-rays to determine a course of treatment, so she was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund in order to help with the cost. Rescue Farm took this sweet girl in and will be getting her the care she needs! Your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund makes it possible for us to help dogs like Emmie. Thank you!

Beau

Sadly, Beau was brought to the shelter to be euthanized at 10 years old, which is not very old for a Chihuahua. He had been allowed to reach a weight of 28 pounds, which made it difficult for him to get around. But Beau didn't seem to mind; he was all fun and games! He was a busy, active boy who went from door to door seeing and smelling everything. The shelter was concerned that a medical issue might be causing his weight problem, so he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for medical tests. Heartland Small Animal Rescue fell in love with this chunky man and sprung him from the shelter! He will now have tests run, receive any necessary treatment, and be placed on a weight-loss plan. He should be lean, fit, and feeling better in no time! Thank you for your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Beau

Sadly, Beau was brought to the shelter to be euthanized at 10 years old, which is not very old for a Chihuahua. He had been allowed to reach a weight of 28 pounds, which made it difficult for him to get around. But Beau didn't seem to mind; he was all fun and games! He was a busy, active boy who went from door to door seeing and smelling everything. The shelter was concerned that a medical issue might be causing his weight problem, so he was placed on rescue only. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for medical tests. Heartland Small Animal Rescue fell in love with this chunky man and sprung him from the shelter! He will now have tests run, receive any necessary treatment, and be placed on a weight-loss plan. He should be lean, fit, and feeling better in no time! Thank you for your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Sarah

Sarah was surrendered to the shelter for euthanasia because she was 15 years old. The shelter staff evaluated her and could see no reason to euthanize, so they decided to look for rescue. Sarah had some arthritis, but after a few doses of pain meds, she seemed to be moving much better. She was sweet and friendly, laid back, and house trained. She walked well on a leash, and she loved treats! move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue care for this sweet senior girl. Tails and Trails came to Sarah's rescue, and is giving her the years of life she would have missed. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Sarah!

Sarah

Sarah was surrendered to the shelter for euthanasia because she was 15 years old. The shelter staff evaluated her and could see no reason to euthanize, so they decided to look for rescue. Sarah had some arthritis, but after a few doses of pain meds, she seemed to be moving much better. She was sweet and friendly, laid back, and house trained. She walked well on a leash, and she loved treats! move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue care for this sweet senior girl. Tails and Trails came to Sarah's rescue, and is giving her the years of life she would have missed. Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Sarah!

Preston

Preston was guessed to be around six years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray, but his yeasty skin and infected eyes made him look much older. This poor boy was itchy and very uncomfortable, but his tail still wagged and he was friendly and loving. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for his medical treatment. Heartland Small Animal Rescue saved the day and got Preston the care he so desperately needed!  You can see from his "after" picture that is he feeling much better. Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, dogs like Preston can get the care they need!

Preston

Preston was guessed to be around six years old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray, but his yeasty skin and infected eyes made him look much older. This poor boy was itchy and very uncomfortable, but his tail still wagged and he was friendly and loving. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for his medical treatment. Heartland Small Animal Rescue saved the day and got Preston the care he so desperately needed!  You can see from his "after" picture that is he feeling much better. Thanks to your support of the Moore Life Medical Fund, dogs like Preston can get the care they need!

Avery

Avery was only a year old when he landed on the rescue list at the shelter. While he was friendly and sweet with people, he had not been well socialized with other dogs and did not seem to know how to interact with them. He barked and nipped, which caused him to fail his temp test. Avery sat on the rescue list for several weeks and was made urgent. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with the cost of his neuter and basic veterinarian care. Fortunately, DogIt DigIt Rescue saved him in the nick of time. We have seen pictures of Avery on their Facebook page playing with another dog, so he seems to have made real progress!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Avery find rescue!

Paris and Rome

Paris and Rome were only three months old when they found themselves at the shelter. They were happy, lovable puppies, but they had demodex mange and were placed on rescue-only right away. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for their treatment. Fortunately Loving Hearts Animal Shelter came to the rescue, and these pups are getting the care they need! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Paris and Rome

Paris and Rome were only three months old when they found themselves at the shelter. They were happy, lovable puppies, but they had demodex mange and were placed on rescue-only right away. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for their treatment. Fortunately Loving Hearts Animal Shelter came to the rescue, and these pups are getting the care they need! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Paris and Rome

Paris and Rome were only three months old when they found themselves at the shelter. They were happy, lovable puppies, but they had demodex mange and were placed on rescue-only right away. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for their treatment. Fortunately Loving Hearts Animal Shelter came to the rescue, and these pups are getting the care they need! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Paris and Rome

Paris and Rome were only three months old when they found themselves at the shelter. They were happy, lovable puppies, but they had demodex mange and were placed on rescue-only right away. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue pay for their treatment. Fortunately Loving Hearts Animal Shelter came to the rescue, and these pups are getting the care they need! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Cocoa Bean

Cocoa Bean came into the shelter when she was nine years old. She was sweet and affectionate and passed the temperament test, which would allow her to go to the adoption floor. Unfortunately, shelter staff found a lump on her shoulder that needed medical attention. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund when we saw her on the rescue only list. Helping Paws placed here in her a comfy foster home and helped her get the care she needed! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Cocoa Bean

Cocoa Bean came into the shelter when she was nine years old. She was sweet and affectionate and passed the temperament test, which would allow her to go to the adoption floor. Unfortunately, shelter staff found a lump on her shoulder that needed medical attention. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund when we saw her on the rescue only list. Helping Paws placed here in her a comfy foster home and helped her get the care she needed! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Benny

Benny was around a year old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray with an injured front leg and identification tags. Benny was happy, wiggly, and an all-around normal, active puppy. He didn't seem to care that he had an injured leg. When his owner was contacted, shelter staff learned Benny had injured his leg by jumping through his apartment window! The owner decided to surrender Benny to the shelter. An urgent plea was made to find Benny a rescue so he could get the medical attention he needed. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his treatment. The Humane Society of Indianapolis was able to come to the rescue and get Benny the care he needed! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Benny

Benny was around a year old when he arrived at the shelter as a stray with an injured front leg and identification tags. Benny was happy, wiggly, and an all-around normal, active puppy. He didn't seem to care that he had an injured leg. When his owner was contacted, shelter staff learned Benny had injured his leg by jumping through his apartment window! The owner decided to surrender Benny to the shelter. An urgent plea was made to find Benny a rescue so he could get the medical attention he needed. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help with the cost of his treatment. The Humane Society of Indianapolis was able to come to the rescue and get Benny the care he needed! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Toby

Toby was only a year or two old when he was hit by a car and brought to the shelter with an injured back leg and tail. He was clearly in pain, but still friendly and enjoyed being petted and loved. The shelter does not have the resources to treat emergency cases, so an urgent plea was put out for rescue. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with his treatment costs. Fortunately, Precious Pets came to his rescue! The before-and-after pictures certainly show how much better Toby feels now!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Toby!

Toby

Toby was only a year or two old when he was hit by a car and brought to the shelter with an injured back leg and tail. He was clearly in pain, but still friendly and enjoyed being petted and loved. The shelter does not have the resources to treat emergency cases, so an urgent plea was put out for rescue. mtA pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to help a rescue with his treatment costs. Fortunately, Precious Pets came to his rescue! The before-and-after pictures certainly show how much better Toby feels now!  Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund and helping dogs like Toby!

Edith

Poor Edith arrived at the shelter as a stray with many medical issues. Shelter staff guessed she was around 12 years old. Her ears were so infected that they were inflamed, oozing, and terribly damaged; it was fortunate she had not lost her hearing! She had yeasty skin which made her itchy and very uncomfortable, and her teeth were in really bad shape. In spite of all that, she loved affection and patiently tolerated handling and the poking and prodding of her medical exam. Due to her medical issues, she was placed on the rescue-only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to offset the financial burden a rescue would incur for her care. Mended Hearts came to her rescue and found her a permanent foster under their "Friends of Gladys" program that provides ongoing care for senior dogs. Edith finally received the care she so desperately needed and has a comfortable, loving home where she can relax! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!

Edith

Poor Edith arrived at the shelter as a stray with many medical issues. Shelter staff guessed she was around 12 years old. Her ears were so infected that they were inflamed, oozing, and terribly damaged; it was fortunate she had not lost her hearing! She had yeasty skin which made her itchy and very uncomfortable, and her teeth were in really bad shape. In spite of all that, she loved affection and patiently tolerated handling and the poking and prodding of her medical exam. Due to her medical issues, she was placed on the rescue-only list. move to ACT pledged from our Moore Life Medical Fund to offset the financial burden a rescue would incur for her care. Mended Hearts came to her rescue and found her a permanent foster under their "Friends of Gladys" program that provides ongoing care for senior dogs. Edith finally received the care she so desperately needed and has a comfortable, loving home where she can relax! Thank you for supporting the Moore Life Medical Fund!