Our poor Noah …

Our poor Noah …

Feeling so disgusted and let down yet again by Humanity. I’m sure you all remember Noah. Noah was found on the streets alone in the middle of the night in Miami while cars drove around him and nobody stopped to help him. Amy stayed up all night making arrangements to get him safe, this was months ago. Noah came into 100 + and he received love and all the medical attention that he needed to prepare him for a forever loving home. Our rescue,our volunteers loved him reassured him that we would do everything in our power to find him the most amazing home where he would be loved unconditionally and safe. A family came to us we did a thorough home check spent hours going over the responsibility of adopting and owning a rescue. They had all the right answers, their home was beautiful, they assured Noah would be loved. We even received updates happy updates. Photos. Then yesterday Amy received a text message from the adopter that they could not keep him due to separation anxiety and they had to return him. Amy made arrangements for Noah to be dropped off at Imperial Point VCA animal hospital today Monday morning at 8 a.m. . Late last night Sunday while we were at our fundraiser Amy received a text from the adopter that Noah had been dumped at the shelter. We are so beyond frustrated heartbroken and disgusted with so-called Humanity. Why would you dump this beautiful soul at a kill shelter? When the organization made arrangements to take him back? How are we to make sense of these actions? No questions asked when any of our rescues need to come back to us. What this family did is unexcusable on every level. We will now stay focused on Noah. We think how was he treated if they could so easily dump him at the shelter. We receive messages on a daily basis asking why can’t you transport why do you make it so difficult for people out of state who want to adopt from your organization. This is why. Our obligation and our responsibilities is to our Rescues. To inquire about adoption contact us at 100plusabandoneddogs@gmail.com
Who is going to be that angel for our sweet Noah?

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