These puppies were dumped yesterday. Left in the wild, left to survive... but would they? They are small, sick, and weak. It would be just a matter of time for them to die... we couldn’t let that happen.
Lucille and her little ones are doing great. The puppies are three weeks old today and growing. Lucy, as her foster mommy calls her, is a doting momma dog and uncle Vic (Invictus) is right there to show them the ropes on how to be big pups soon. This is CARFIELOVE at it's best.
Is this the face of a happy, relieved, thankful and most of all proud momma dog or what ?
Today was véry, véry stressful but at least all those helpless creatures we rescued are safe and loved now. Please welcome Lucille to the ever-growing CARF family. Lucille will have her pups in a safe and clean environment.
How sad is this? These dogs could barely stand and are in such pain. We do not have the funds or the space for these dogs but leaving them to die a slow, cruel and painful death was not an option.
And then this happened... Nine (9!) pups found abandoned. They are being treated for fleas, worms and giardia.
Last weekend, we received a call about a very skinny and weak dog. Fortunately, one of our trusted and dedicated volunteers rushed over immediately.
Radar was betrayed, left behind to fend for himself, after years of "loyal service" when his owner moved. Radar was living on the street and sleeping in old abandoned buildings in Otrobanda, surviving on scrapes and some meals neighbors would provide him.
Ed needs your help. We need your help. We are maxed out! But we had to help Ed... It seems he's been walking with this injured leg for a while (not a surprise it's badly infected). Poor Ed will have to have his leg amputated...
Owning a dog is not just a privilege - it's a responsibility. It's a long-term emotional and financial commitment. If you can't feed them... don't breed them! Once again, we found out the hard way that some people still don't have a clue, or simply don't care, when it comes to animal welfare. We introduce you to our latest rescues: Bill, Sherry, and Fritz...