First Nations animals' lives are improving all over BC, none more so than those on the Capilano Reserve, thanks to SNAPPS. Tell us what good news you have for First Nations animals.
Rexi Keeps Her Loving Family
Rexi is a 7-month old pup who comes from a loving home of eight children. Rexi was about 4 weeks old when she was found wandering along Hwy 1. Ryan, 16 years old now, found her, took her home, cleaned her up and has been a loving owner since. Rexi went into heat and numerous male dogs showed up at the family's house. Because Ryan is still in school, and the family is on a limited budget, they felt they had no choice but to find new home for Rexi. The children were devastated. They raised about $24.00 selling chicken eggs for their cause, but it was far from what they needed.
Beau, the Kumsheen Dog
Animal Advocates gets many emails a day from people who know of a dog who needs rescuing, who can't rescue the dog themselves, and who beg AAS to.
Beau, the Kumsheen dog is one of many who, against all odds, we were able to find, rescue and give a real home at last.
Angelina and Amore
Angelina is a very sweet, sensitive and quiet girl. She was extremely timid when we first met her. While she is still quite timid, she has gained a lot of confidence and is eager to cuddle now and is not so scared of the asphalt road.
Marcy and Maddy
Just thought I'd pass on some new pictures of the beautiful pups from the reserve, Maddy (black) and Marcy (black and tan).
Javier, Ava and Bianca
I was able to pick up Javier, Ava, and Bianca pups from a reserve today. I took them in for shots, microchips, and deworming. After some convincing, the owners agreed to let us spay the mother who has already had 4 litters.
Princess and Blue
I received a call from a couple on the reserve near Chilliwack where I have been rescuing dogs. They have 9 dogs, none of which are fixed. They are all tied to posts with no more than 4-5 feet long cords.
Beauty and the Pregnant Feral Moms
I drove by the cabin where the two feral moms are still hanging out. One looks like she is going to have pups very soon and the other mom has had pups in the last couple of months apparently. I went by early this morning and took them food but I needed a flashlight to see under the cabin where the pups are.
One of the most powerful things you can do
is to spread our web of compassion for animals. Send the AAS Website to everyone you know who hates cruelty to animals. The power of
animal-lovers joined together by the internet is changing animal protection and welfare in this province.
Use your power for the animals!