Sweet Paisley found her forever home.
Paisley was so excited about her new home it was hard to get her to pose for a picture. She is already so loved and has two fur-sisters to play with.
Thank you to all who shared Paisley’s posts to find her the perfect forever home.
You too can make a difference in an animal’s life by choosing rescue: foster, adopt, sponsor, volunteer. To find out how you can make a difference with The Arrow Fund, visit our website at thearrowfund.org.
As always, thank you for caring and sharing!
Paisley is looking for her forever home!
Paisley is a feisty independent terrier mix. She loves her humans and loves to snuggle. She also enjoys going for walks and getting her hair brushed. She is smart and has learned a few tricks while with her foster family. She is still working on socialization and will need a family that is patient with her. If you have patience and the love to give, Paisley might be the right fit.
Paisley is doing great in her foster home. She has a furry sibling who she has become friends with, even though it took her a while to warm up. She loves her foster mom and enjoys going for walks and snuggling in blankets.
Paisley is not available for adoption yet but will be in the next several weeks.
The Arrow Fund
Update – Paisley
Paisley came to us after being neglected long term and then thrown from a truck. We are pleased to report that she is doing well. Paisley is on medication for her skin condition, It is a possibility that she may not get all of her hair back in those places. Radiography showed that there are no metal fragments in her at this time. The wound on her side is healing. Paisley has been recovering at Hopewell Animal Hospital and we sure appreciate Dr. Amanda Brown and her staff for taking such good care of our girl. Paisley will be going to her foster home this week.
Peace to you all,
The Arrow Fund
Meet Paisley . Paisley was thrown from a truck in Harrison County , Indiana . The property owner saw her thrown but did not get the license plate number . She was so traumatized that she had to be trapped . She was then taken to Harrison County Animal Control . A kind woman named Kaitlin contacted us and asked for help . Kaitlin also did the transport late this afternoon to Hopewell Animal Hospital where she is being seen by Dr. Amanda Brown . Sadly, the shelter does euthanize, so we stepped up hoping we could help this Angel . We are honored that we were able to take her . We have had to turn many cases down lately due to lack of fosters …🐾
That open wound could be a gunshot. Paisley will have radiographs taken . She has tested positive for ehrlichia , a tick born disease . She also has a skin issue – where patches of skin are gone . We will start treatment immediately. This little girl is sore where her wounds are, but is very precious ! 🐾
Donations are needed during this time of Thanksgiving . We have 27 animals currently in our care . To donate please go to Thearrowfund.org and checks may be sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect , Kentucky 40059 . Foster homes are also needed ! Foster Applications are on our website as well . Please remember , without fosters we are having to turn down cases . Fostering literally saves lives … 🐾
We want to thank you all for your support as we help these victims of severe torture , abuse , and neglect . Working together we can and do make a difference ….
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund 🐾