Archive for June 13th, 2018

June 13, 2018

Lily was embraced with love

Lily’s Pet mom is a social worker in a hospital. The two children and their fourteen yr. young beagle made Lily feel like this is where she belongs.
She and the fourteen yr. young beagle who was adopted at two yrs.,comfortably rode home together in the back of the four wheel drive like they were brother and sister for yrs. Happy days are here for
Lily!

Lily is tucked in comfortably in her new home! Rocky, her new brother beagle, is happy to have a sister.

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June 13, 2018

Ribbon is now called Piper

These girls had picked the name Piper for their new pup that they have waited for for 3 years.

June 13, 2018

Annie heals broken hearts

This couple had a dog named Annie -a Shitzu that recently died. They were so sad and their house seemed so empty. The Mrs. said she finds it so hard to live without a dog. Trying to open her heart and loving home again, typing a search for a Shitzu on the computer, Annie the chihuahua came up. She felt it was faith that this little orphaned Annie was meant to be and will help her heal from the loss of her Shitzu, Annie. She will give Annie so much love!

June 13, 2018

Russell’s new name is Jax and he has it all!

A loving family, a family member cat, and a 6 foot fenced yard to romp around in.

June 13, 2018

Midnight has a wonderful extremely caring veterinarian as her pet parent

Midnight will have a busy social life stepping out and going places and going on outdoor activities with her pet parent veterinarian.

June 13, 2018

Bella’s Painting

Remember Bella? She was adopted to a wonderful family and is presently a loving Emotional Support Animal.
One of our gifted volunteers, who is a college student who wants to be an ER Doctor, also is a fantastic portrait artist. The artist accurately painted the loving gentle caring gaze of Bella’s stare. Knowing this special lab mix, we can really vouch for the accuracy. Also she kind of makes it three dimensional but extending the body of the pet on the half inch side of the portrait.
We asked Ally if she would offer our adopters and their friends and family members reasonable prices to paint their pet(s) from pictures they send and donating a percentage of the cost to Animal Sanctuary Society. We are lucky enough for her to say yes. She offers different sizes too. These would make fantastic gifts especially when you never know what to get someone or you feel the person has everything already. If you know someone was sad that their pet died, having a portrait made would be a wonderful gift. You can surprise them by asking them to e mail the best pictures they have of their pet(s) for you to see. Anyone interested please contact us at 856-642-0004 and email to animalsanctuarys@aol.com Also I can ask artist if she can make different type of cards using the portrait picture on the Holiday cards, invitations, notices you moved etc. etc.

June 13, 2018

Alison’s painting

Remember Alison? She was adopted to a wonderful family and is presently a loving Emotional Support Animal.
One of our gifted volunteers, who is a college student who wants to be an ER Doctor, also is a fantastic portrait artist. The artist accurately painted the loving gentle caring gaze of Alison’s stare. Knowing this special lab mix, we can really vouch for the accuracy. Also she kind of makes it three dimensional but extending the body of the pet on the half inch side of the portrait.
We asked Ally if she would offer our adopters and their friends and family members reasonable prices to paint their pet(s) from pictures they send and donating a percentage of the cost to Animal Sanctuary Society. We are lucky enough for her to say yes. She offers different sizes too. These would make fantastic gifts especially when you never know what to get someone or you feel the person has everything already. If you know someone was sad that their pet died, having a portrait made would be a wonderful gift. You can surprise them by asking them to e mail the best pictures they have of their pet(s) for you to see. Anyone interested please contact us at 856-642-0004 and email to animalsanctuarys@aol.com Also I can ask artist if she can make different type of cards using the portrait picture on the Holiday cards, invitations, notices you moved etc. etc.