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. Angels Among Us Pet Rescue posted: URGENT - ORPHANED DOGS in NC Hoarding case need IMMEDIATE RESCUE and FOSTER ASSISTANCE. Situation in rural North Carolina where more than 25 black dogs (Newfies, flat coat Retrievers, Border Collies, Aussies) will die in the next few days without rescue intervention. .. Their human, a black dog hoarder, passed away suddenly this week, leaving dozens of dogs on the property to fend for themselves. Many live in muddy outdoor pens; others have been stuck indoors. When animal control arrived, they found a house in shambles with additional terrified dogs cowering indoors. The house was covered in feces and urine and appears to have been in that condition for a very long time. Animal control has asked a local rescue volunteer to re-home the dogs within a week or they will be killed. .. Angels Among Us Pet Rescue would like to save at least a few of these stunning dogs, but we cant do so without FOSTERS in the ATLANTA area. These dogs are wonderful and highly adoptable breeds, but they clearly have had limited socialization and no vetting. .. To foster a hoarding dog on behalf of Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, you need to live in the greater Atlanta area, so you can attend our adoption events and utilize our vets. All of your current pets MUST be up to date on shots, etc. To foster, please email [email protected] immediately, complete application at angelsrescue.org/foster , and meet all DOA requirements for our fosters. READ MORE: https://facebook/photo.php?fbid=10152082293807912&set=a.272202117911.143112.271191497911&type=1&theater If you are NOT in Atlanta, or if you are affiliated with a LICENSED rescue in a different state and would like to help re-home some of these dogs, please email [email protected] . Rachel is working ALONE to re-home these dogs as swiftly and carefully as possible. She is overwhelmed with the volume of emails, few of which have resulted in animals saved. Sadly, dog fighting rings and medical research facilities are often the first to inquire about dogs in situations like these. We, like Rachel, would like to see them placed in loving, forever homes with families who can show them the life that that they deserve. We are sending a volunteer up to NC today to assess the situation; the status of these dogs is URGENT. Please help us help these dogs. Fosters save lives. This situation is truly a tragic one. angelsrescue.org/foster . Thank you. (Megan, Atlanta, GA)
Posted on: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 08:27:54 +0000

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