Opal has been adopted!
Opal, one of the three seniors we took in from a hoarding situation just before Christmas last year, has been adopted!
Opal’s fosters, Karen and Andrew, fell hard for this sweet, elderly lady and couldn’t help but deciding to make her a permanent addition to their family. Opal gets much love these days, and is enjoying every minute of it. Opal gets to go on vacations with her new family. She is being spoiled rotten – just the way we like it.
The first picture below shows Opal upon arrival – scared and in need of veterinary attentions. The second picture shows a much happier, more confident, and healthy Opal in her new home.
Congratulations to Opal, Karen and Andrew!
Foster and Adoption Team
The Arrow Fund
WE HAVE 3 ANGELS COMIMG FROM THE SEIZURE IN LAUREL COUNTY OF 178 DOGS. THESE DOGS WILL BE TAKEN DIRECTLY TO BLUE PEARL HOSPITAL IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY .
MEET ST. NICHOLAS , AN OLDER BLACK MIN PIN – UNALTERED , NO TEETH , AND SCARED . MEET PAPPY VAN WINKLE AN ELDERLY BEAGLE THAT JUST NEEDS A PLACE TO LAY HIS HEAD. AT THE LAST MINUTE THIS GIRL WAS SPOTTED IN THE BACK OF HER CRATE SHIVERING . WELL , WE ONLY HAVE PREAPPROVED FOSTERS FOR 2, BUT WE COULD NOT LEAVE HER BEHIND ! WE HAVE NAMED THIS BEAUTY OPAL. SO PLEASE WELCOME ST. NICHOLAS , PAPPY VAN WINKLE , AND OPAL TO THE ARROW FUND FAMILY .
Our thanks to Tracy Miller of SOAR and Angie White of KARF .
Also thanks to our transporter Laura Smith Butler !
We feel honored that we could pull these 3, but we need your help.