The power of kindness goes a long way. Although sharing a little of your hard-earned cash can go far in keeping animals healthy and well-fed in shelters, they badly need …
Pawstruck has been fortunate enough to have a volunteer from the shelter, Jessie W., bring RPSM to our attention and teach us more about this charitable organization.
Former board member and longtime volunteer, Gretchen Kuhns, attended her first Action for Animals Humane Society (AFA) fundraiser over 20 years ago. In that period of time, she and AFA have helped to place thousands and thousands of needy animals in loving homes. Luckily for us, Gretchen has taken the time to speak with the Pawstruck Team–providing valuable information on behalf of her worthy charitable organization.
Yes. Twelve. And in the past seven years, we’ve buried four more beloved Dachsies. Meet the cast of characters at our house, from the oldest to the youngest: Lilith (age 14), Charley (age 12), Maestro (age 10), Adia (age 10), Taz (age 9), Panzer (age 9), Jack (age 4), Black Pearl (age 4), Finn (age 4), Oskar (age 3), Vienna (age 3), and Twist (age 3). Here is the story of how my husband and I came to be the loving parents of 12 Dachshunds!
Charley had no home; no one to care for him. He was, Naomi said, in excellent health, of lively and affectionate temperament and had no behavioral problems like biting or excessive barking. I could hear the distress in Naomi’s voice when she said, “Could you and Tristan find room in your home and hearts for him?”