Tika is an 11 year old Jack Russell Terrier x Chihuahua who originally started out on the streets of California. She has had a rough life that found her way to a loving home for several years until her owner could no longer keep her.
In September 2013 Tika’s physical revealed poor dental that at some point would need attending to. Here is Tika’s fundraising page http://igg.me/p/679340/x/5566332 I am on Disability and I do not have the funds for the surgery she needs. I know people often say don’t have a pet if you can’t pay for it. But I do help in the Rescue Community and Volunteer often. Tika has become a vital part of my family and we have learned that her previous owner has passed on. I made a promise to her that Tika’s well being would always be taken care of.
- Tika needs about $1,200 to cover the high side of her surgery costs. It is expected she will have more than one extraction. Being a senior dog, she may take longer in recovery.
- If the her goal is not reached, what portion is reached will go towards her bill.
Giving Tika this surgery will help her to be free of pain and discomfort . Your donations will make a substantial difference to her quality of life.
- Our fundraising is valuable as I want to share how seniors are valuable members of our society, regardless of how they come to be in your care. Rescue, Adoption and Donating is so very important.
- Tika’s fur friend had a similar fundraiser with wonderful success. http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/let…
If you can’t contribute, all I ask is you
- share Tika’s campaign and keep on sharing!
We thank each and every one of you for your support and donations!
*BOL* Happy Rump Day!! Blaze here and I just want to share something funny!!
Those pesky cats that live here with me, got busted hanging out in the tree BOL!
As some of you have seen on my wall, I have been working towards helping a beautiful 2 year old Yellow Labrador whose name is ZEUS. ZEUS needs to have ACL Surgery for both knees, but we are fundraising for one knee at this time. ZEUS must have medication every day in order to live with as minimal pain as possible.
To read more on ZEUS, check out his fan page https://www.facebook.com/pages/ZEUS-the-Yellow-Lab/563807007002189
We need to raise funds so ZEUS can have this much needed surgery. Without it, his life will not be one of enjoyment, which he deserves. Please donate, please share. Thank you.
Well, now that our fur brofers and sistas are adjusting to their new homes, we at Wags and Wiggles, thought we should redirect our energy and clean up the place.
As you can see we first started by changing our skin. With Halloween days away, we thought it would be fun, to have something ghoulish. Next, we have been promoting our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wags-and-Wiggles/355170354499566, For those who are new and haven’t heard or seen our page, please click the link and see what we have been up to. We have been climbing with our “likes” we are almost at 800!! We are really hoping to get there soon, so if you could click the “like” button that would be so happy. We would do lots of wiggle bum dancing for you too!
We have also decided to work towards helping our senior fur friends. See there are many senior furries that don’t get to enjoy their lives to the fullest, just as our special needs furry friends don’t either. Far too often they are discarded to a shelter where it is likely no one will adopt them. We don’t feel that way. Our Facebook page and our Blog are dedicated to the memory of our Fur Daddy Rizzo. Rizzo passed away 2 years ago December 14 at the age of 11 1/2 years old. Mommy and Daddy stood by him as he fought so hard to enjoy his final days with us. He eventually succumbed to brain cancer.
See senior’s have a lot to teach us as do our special needs fur friends too. We have learned so much from them, that words can’t even be put together to describe how valuable they are to us.
Be sure to check back often as we post about all sorts of things.
Next topic: With winter coming on do you dress your pet in pet jackets or booties? How does your pet like them?