Update on the post from late last night.

We have given her a name Missy. late last night we received a call from a previous adopter of ours. She was panicked and begging for help. she had found the dog dodging traffic in West Palm Lantana area. Missy was covered in old and new woundss all over her legs and shaking and whining. Extremely head shy when you go to touch her. She took her into her car and took her home where she placed her on her porch do to her dog is not accepting two new dogs coming into her home. four hours we talked about her options as we are completely full at this time. I asked her to have her scan to see if she had a microchip which she did. Unfortunately Missy did not have a microchip. I immediately took the photos and posted a courtesy Post in hopes by sharing somebody would offer her a safe place even temporarily. Thankfully we had two women offer to help one being in Fort Lauderdale named Robin. Another being Sherri in Delray area. Natalie immediately jumped in her car at 11:15 p.m. to drive missy to Robin in Fort Lauderdale. Robin Took Missy into her home and kept her safe for the night. Today we filed a report with Palm Beach shelter incase there is an owner looking for their dog. Missy was also seen by our veterinarian dr. Clark at Imperial Point Animal Hospital and dr. Velez. Missy has a double skin infection double ear infection covered in sores on her feet and legs. Covered in fleas. Blood work was done to see if she is heartworm negative or positive we are still waiting on results. We vaccinated and microchipped her. She has had several litters and is not spayed. When we posted our original post to help missy we clearly stated in our post the last thing we wanted to do was see this dog who is shaking in fear go to the kill shelter. We stand strong on what we say. If they Foster was not found she would have had to go to the kill shelter. Thankfully that was not the case for Missy.. We are a rescue organization we are a 100% no-kill organization we do thorough home checks on each and every potential adopter and Foster. Unfortunately the shelters in our area West Palm Broward and Miami are all kill shelters. The problem starts with the community educating changing people’s minds set how animals are disposable. They are not. Animals are a lifelong commitment like a child. Spaying and neutering is key to stop the overpopulation while our shelters are full and killing. Missy is resting comfortable and we will continue to update you on her progress. Robin is only a temporary placement and Foster. We are looking for a permanent forever home for Missy if an owner is not found. Please consider donating towards her care and if you can offer her a permanent place please contact us at
100plusabandoneddogs@gmail.com
877-506-8100
Thank you to all of you who spent the evening into early hours of the morning sharing and continuing to care for Missy.

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