100% Plus!

January 26, 2014
A transport team just returned from Colorado; another 11 dogs on their way to permanent adoptions. The time spent by pet rescue persons to make sure each pet was ready was not counted. No one gets paid for trips to the vet for spaying and neutering. Time was donated to make sure these animals have needed vaccinations and medical care. A team of professionals, from the vet to the foster families, work together to make sure specific needs are met for each unwanted pet surrendered to MAA. The only beneficiaries of such kindness are the animals themselves. In their own way, they are grateful. Although we may never really know it. How much must a forever home mean to them?

The title of this blog, 100%, plus, means giving...100% of the money, time, patience it takes to persevere. To give over and above your abilities to make sure no healthy, adoptable pet goes without a good home, or worse dying a horrible death. That's what pet rescue is about, not a building, or a website, not a bill board or a board meeting. No amount of donations toward these items will ever take the place of good old, down to earth, hands-on pet rescue.

Gas, that's what money is needed for. It takes gas to drive a van full of dogs to adopt-a-thons. That's pretty much it.
Care to make a donation? Go to http://www.shop.miamianimalalliance.com/main.sc and follow the links!

How you can help!

November 23, 2013
  • Become a foster today! Click the above link to find out how to join others who help find shelter dogs new homes. Our fosters treat pets just like their own, teaching them to adjust, getting them ready for adoption in a forever home.
  • Adopt a Pet! Click the link above to see area pets who are waiting for a forever home.
  • Anyone can help! Even small attempts make a difference.

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Answering the Call....

November 23, 2013
Sometimes feeling overwhelmed with pet rescue and the demands that go with it, foster parents for dogs and kitties begin to think they are all alone and must do everything themselves in order that pets get a fair shake in this world. That is not the case. A recent event shows that people love to help, if they only know the need exists. When a cry for help goes out and even a few people respond, hearts are lifted and lives are changed. I am thankful for helping hands and open hearts this month...
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Yeah, for people who care!

August 2, 2013
Hello everybody!
If you look closely you'll still find wonderful people who care about homeless pets.
For instance, those who are willing to foster dogs until they find new owners open up their homes and lives to these who have no place to rest. Sometimes, dogs come to us with abuse in their pasts, other times these little ones are just unfortunate enough to have been born the wrong place and time.

For whatever reason many unwanted pets pass across the doorway of Soggy Doggy.
Some need only fo...
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