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Duke is a mixed breed dog that was surrendered to the Antioch shelter when his owner was deployed to Afghanistan.
The fourth annual Maddie’s Day Adopt-a-thon takes place June 1 and 2. The adoption fee is waived for dogs and cats. Shelters and rescue groups receive a minimum of $500 per animal from the Foundation that provides the funding.
Of all the jobs that volunteers do for a rescue, none is more valuable and necessary than fostering, and it is likely none is more rewarding, or more likely to break your heart.
Apache is a 104 pound Pit Bull/Mastiff mix. When our volunteer, Mark, went to meet him, he was greeted with lots of slobbery kisses.
Joe was an orange tabby kitten who, with his litter mate Special Bob, was found outside Safeway at night, late in the fall, when he was only three weeks old.
A phone call came in on the HARP line from a person who, due to a family emergency, had to move out of the area within two weeks to live with an ill family member. Complicating this move were ap-proximately 25 cats who were living in the home he was leaving.
Sophie, below, was recently adopted by a family who wanted a companion for their male Bassett Hound.
Little Cat (LC) found herself living in a colony of feral cats when she was six months old. She was a very friendly cat that likely was abandoned.
A good Samaritan called H.A.R.P hoping for assistance with a stray kitten she found at her back door.
Chewy is an 11 year old pooch and was one of the many animals adopted during the Maddie’s Fund Adoptathon.