Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving!

From all of us here, we wish you and your families, including your furkids, a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

We count our blessings everyday ~ the wonderful animals that live with us, the celebration of life and spirit that surrounds us, our family, and especially you who believe in a safe haven for all critters, no matter how fast they walk or run, or how many teeth they have left, or how much hair they have.
Thank you for caring, we couldn't do it without your help!

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Meet Lily!

Lily came from a litter of kittens a private rescuer was fostering in Santee. She was the only tailess kitten, and the only one with urinary and fecal incontinence too - a definite problem in trying to find her a forever home. So, when asked if we could take her in, how could we say "no" to this cute face? She's been with us for a little while now, and has definitely won over all of our hearts!

We're working on finding a diet and medication combination that will work for her. She's sharing Scooter's prescription I/D (much to his dismay!) and so far, it seems to be helping; she's happy to have fewer baths during the day. She's very sweet and also pretty darned opinionated too. We don't know what other problems she may have, so we'll be watching her closely, and I'm sure she'll have lots to say about that!

We're Back Online!

With some patience and tech support on the phone, finally, the "blue screen of death" is gone and it's back to blogging! So it's time to catch-up with what's happening here at the sanctuary...

The Rancho Bernardo Park Dog Walk event not only gave us the opportunity to receive donations, spread the word about the sanctuary and hospice care, but also put us in contact with a North County Times reporter who wrote up a little about us; you can read the story here ~

We had one "reporter" day and one "photo" day, so the critters were really excited to have so much attention from visitors!