Happy Holidays from Newman Nation! Thank you for your continued support to make the dream to save senior pets a reality day after day. All of our senior cats and dogs are cared for in loving and dedicated foster homes that could use some extra love this holiday season! Our foster pet wish lists areContinue reading “Foster Holiday Wish Lists”
Animals frequently end up at risk in shelters because their owner was injured, hospitalized, passed away, or was in some way unable to physically care for them. 14-year old beloved Cooper ended up at the county’s animal control the same day his owner died because there wasn’t a plan for him. The stress of theContinue reading “How to Make A Plan for Your Pet If You Are No Longer Able to Care for Them”
Dear Cooper, I failed you. I met you the day you ended up in a kennel at animal control on January 14, 2020. Your owner had died and no one in the family wanted you, so behind bars you went. I committed to rescuing you on the spot and sat in my car in theContinue reading “Dear Cooper, I Failed You”
My family adopted Newman at age 13 in 2014. I then fostered and adopted Tommy in July 2017. When you foster or adopt a senior pet, you are committing to quality over quantity. Here are 10 ways to make the most out of whatever time you get. 1. Make them a part of your dailyContinue reading “10 Ways to Make Every Second Count When You Adopt A Senior Pet”
Meet Xander, a true testament that a little TLC goes a long way. We’re also making him the new face of debunking myths about FIV+ cats. Xander is 14 years old and was rescued from Indianapolis Animal Care Services on April 27, 2017. He was a regular at the shelter – coming in and outContinue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Let FIV Stop You from Adopting Xander (Or Any Other FIV+ Cat)”
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