Congratulations to Rootbeer, Genny, Oscar, Rhudee and Ranger! We are so thrilled that you all found homes. Enjoy the new year, and your new lives! <> <> <> Thank you to everyone who supported TAGS throughout 2014. Our fundraisers, outreach events and social media campaigns would not have been successful without you! Thank you for helping us find homes for so many deserving pets.
Once upon a time, in a town not so far away, a cat wandered into the right garden at the right time. The cat was thin, unhealthy, and evidently, homeless. But things were about to look up, way up. (Before you continue, be sure to read about the first part of her journey in A Tale About Hope.) <> <> <> Now that you are
Toby was adopted in September so his mom decided to touch base and let us know how he’s been doing! Thank you Sarah and family for loving Toby so much, and for taking the time to let us know how he’s been doing. It’s been almost 2 months since we adopted Toby and figured an update was due. Toby has come such a long
Congratulations to Ruby, Wilson, Meeko and Gunner on a job well done! They worked their magic and got adopted in October! <> <> <> They leave behind several adoptable friends, so if you are interested in adding a cat or dog to your family, visit our adoptable pets page. P.S. November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month! Be part of it by submitting an
Willow was adopted in March 2014 and has been having a great summer with her new family. Recently, her new parents Christian and Daniela gave us an update about how she’s doing. Our ‘first born’ dog, a male Newf (Rexxor) passed away in February 2014 at the unfair age of a few months past 6 years and our St Bernard/Hound (Hondo) mix who grew up with
Colt is a 15 month old terrier mix from Tennessee. He was adopted by Julie White and her family last November. Since then, he has proven himself to be an important, playful, fun member of the pack. Sometimes he’s a bit too fun though, and gets himself into a lot of trouble! Post written by Torianne Allen. What was Colt like when you first
Quincy is a 10 year old Bichon Frise/Miniature Poodle mix. He was found as a stray with very rotten and damaged teeth, so the decision was made to have them removed. Quincy seems to be happier without them, but this “difference,” along with others, made it difficult for him to find a home. Luckily, after being in the TAGS program for over six months,
TAGS rescued Phoebe from a local pound back in the Fall of 2009. She ended up at the pound after being found as a stray in Uxbridge. Phoebe is a mix but no one has ever quite figured out what she is a mix of! Her owner, Duncan Campbell, jokes that she’s “part Lab, part…whatever.” Duncan’s family had already been in contact with TAGS
This post was written by Jan Evinou Thompson, who is a true animal lover. She is also a rescue advocate and has her own online campaign to encourage people to adopt, not shop. She adopted two cats from TAGS earlier this year, Justice and Thornton. Thank you, Jan, for sharing this with us and for giving all of your rescues such a great home.
This post was written by Becky’s new fur-mom, Christina. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, Christina, and for opening up your heart to Becky, Roux and Sasha. Dogs have always been a part of both my husband and my life. The bond you share with a beloved pet is unlike any other and we wanted this to be a part of