Friday, March 20, 2015

Max's forever ending.

Max had a rough time for awhile - intestinal surgery and a recovery period. But our donors rallied around him, he rested and recuperated and finally has his own happy ending. Here's Max with his new parents - this sweet boy has gone to his forever home!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Thanks to our WAG friends!

We're immensely grateful for the support of these February WAG donors:

Teresa Gray, Susan and Jerry Engelbrecht, Joanna and Robert Emmons, Patricia and John Hybarger, Georgeanne Ferguson, Pierre and Samantha Kimball, the Walton County Foundation, Judy and Michael Day, Joseph and Theresa Entrekin, Gay and Joy Vencill, Rene and Tully Youngblood, Teddy and Lee Udell, Brandon Kendrick, Liz Stoehr and Calvin Thomas, Angela Jones, Cynthia McClintock, Sandy Jones, Carol Collins, Alice O'Neal, Retha Meier, Wendolyn Chupp, Suzanne Isacson, James Nelson, Helen Brooks, Leah Smith, Catherine Swanson, Stephanie Kennedy, Brian Ottaviano, Brandon Thesenvitz, Mona Manus, Randi Short, Carla Keaton,  and Donnie Glow.

Thank you for playing a part in saving furry lives through WAG!

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Saving Max

We try very hard to hold off on pleas for money. But when emergencies happen we need support to make it through those times. Baby Max needed emergency surgery today for an intusssusception. In simpleton terms, parts of his intestines folded into each other. Dr. Wise at Monroe Animal Care Hospital performed a 3 hour surgery today and had to remove a large piece of his intestine. At only 12 weeks old, his survival isn't guaranteed but we're determined to give him every possible chance.
Any donation, large or small, $1 or more, is appreciated. We'll keep you updated on Max's progress. Please hope for the best for this baby - we want to see him 100% better and going home with a loving family soon!
Here's the fundraising link:
Thank you so much for helping Max!

Friday, March 6, 2015

Honoring Lynda Deighton

We just learned of the passing of a very kind person, wonderful pet lover and WAG supporter - Lynda Deighton. Lynda and her husband Alan own and operated New London School of Driving in Snellville. Linda passed away on February 22. To honor her love of animals, her family thoughtfully designated WAG as the recipient of memorial donations for Lynda. We're grateful for their kindness during this time of loss. Our condolences go out to the Deighton family