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Winning! BADRAP, Well Pet Vet Clinic and HARP Volunteers

December 05, 2011 Happy Tales

Suzie the Pit BullSusan S. and Ray Z. befriended a woman who spent her days walking in Antioch with a brindle Pit Bull tied to a shopping cart. When BADRAP and Well Pet Vet Clinic, Pittsburg, offered a free Pit Bull Spay/Neuter clinic on October 15, Susan took Tiger Lily, the female Pit, to get spayed. Lily had a prolapsed uterus. Susan recovered the dog at her home and learned how gentle she is…

BFF: Simone and Neva

December 04, 2011 Happy Tales

Simone the Cat with Neva the BabbyH.A.R.P. received a call for help when a kitten was found in a hole under a fence in Pittsburg. The three-week old long-haired tabby and white baby was very hungry and confused, but oh, so cute…

Blondie

December 03, 2011 Happy Tales

Blondie the DogA woman called H.A.R.P. and sadly said that she was terminally ill and could not take care of her beloved dog, Blondie. She wanted the best for the terrier mix…

Lionel

December 02, 2011 Happy Tales

Lionel the CatThe city of Antioch will soon have a new boat ramp. It will bring pleasure to residents. But when workers started cutting bushes with a Bob Cat, it almost meant death for an abandoned mom cat and her kittens…

Pets are Family, Too!

October 26, 2011 Events

Doggie Depot provided a Dog Wash booth, at the Pets Are Family, Too event on June 16th…

Thank You, Maddie’s Fund!

October 26, 2011 Events

On June 4th and 5th, we participated in the second annual Maddie’s Adop-tathon. Maddie’s Fund, a charitable foundation, helps Contra Costa and Alameda County Rescue Groups by contributing $500 for every dog or cat adopted…

Tucker

October 25, 2011 Happy Tales

Tucker showed up recently in a group of abandoned cats. He begged Ray, H.A.R.P. volunteer, not to leave him…

Roofus

October 25, 2011 Happy Tales

Roofus had a very shaky month. Somehow this little fellow ended up falling off a roof when he was about three weeks old. We can only speculate on how he ended up in this situation, but since it is unlikely his mother put him there, someone else must have. The animal control officer who was called to the scene…

Rags

April 06, 2011 Happy Tales

When Rags came to the shelter you could barely tell what kind of animal she was.  When the hair was finally trimmed out of her face shelter workers discovered that Rags had two cherry eyes, making it nearly impossible for her to see. H.A.R.P.‟s Dog Adoption Manager, Gloria, saw that Rags would make a loving addition to a home, and decided to take her into the foster program.…

Cleo

April 06, 2011 Happy Tales

Anyone will tell you that getting old isn’t for the faint of heart, and if you are a cat it can be even worse.  Cleo’s original person was taken to an out- of- state assisted living facility and she had to leave Cleo behind.  She arranged with the people who were moving into her home to take care of Cleo, but the first thing they did was put her outside to fend for herself…

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