Raising $10,000 to $14,000 for the LED sign turned out to be a lot tougher than I expected. So Amber and I decided to instead use $1,000 of the money we raised to purchase a portable lighted sign (for now).
If you have visited HCAS over the past few weeks, you probably noticed the taped-off hole out front… Well, that’s because permitting has been completed, and we are very close to having the new sign up!
We are confident even this “less fancy” sign will result in more adoptions.
Though we still hope to eventually have a large scrolling LED, we are excited to have the portable in the meantime.
Thanks to everyone who has placed a magazine subscription order, and/or dropped off ink jet cartridges at the adoption desk, and/or made a donation at one of our vegan bake sales! Your support is very much appreciated!
The big headed pup seen above was an HCAS resident a few days ago. He was only one of our stray’s whom no one came forward to claim. “Big Dog Rescue” pulled him and lovingly named him “Meathead”. He is one of the sweetest pups you could ever want to meet. Connie Johnson of “BDR” took ”Meathead” to an adoption event this past weekend and apparently between being ‘sprung’ from ‘the pen’..along with a ‘field trip’…well…..”Meathead” was just overcome with the joy of his new life. He literally fell asleep on his feet. Pure Bliss…..a life saved..
Cathy and I took a ‘Roadtrip” to Gainesville to the UF Small Animal Hospital, to get a diagnosis on “Ace”, one of our HCAS cruelty case residents. WHAT A PLACE! WHAT A STAFF! And, WHAT A GALLANT EFFORT on Ace’s part of being a ‘patient’.
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This particular blurb has always fit my pup Ollie, to a “T”.. hence, two “chuckie balls” in his possession. 1. If I like it, it’s mine.
The Biggs Family “Chip In” ..Click here From Pit Stop Bully Rescue A few of us went and visited the Renae & Junior Biggs last night. As soon as I got out of my car, the smell overwhelmed me. From the front of the home, it looked like a normal house. The inside [...]
If anyone is interested in Fostering or Adopting any of these pups or any other pups we may have, PLEASE go to HCAS…
Again ..the reason why we do what we do……….. DOGS Total Intake of Dogs 714