UPDATE 9/23/13: We have learned that Hallie and Rascal were pulled from a kill-shelter by the rescue organization, Radford Pound Pals of VA. When their foster home didn’t work out, they were returned back to the rescue, not a kill-shelter as we originally updated, so they were not in danger after foster care. Best of all, they have since found their forever home where they are loved and doing well. Thanks to all who shared for them.
UPDATE 8/9/13: – Hallie and Rascal are no longer in foster care. No one stepped up for them so they have been returned to a high-kill shelter in VA. They need help ASAP!
West View, PA – Hallie, 11, and Rascal, 8, were totally betrayed by the person who was supposed to love them the most.
First being forced to live their entire lives outdoors, and then dumped when a new husband entered the picture.
After two months of networking, they were adopted by a woman with great references and who easily passed a home visit. However, having a big heart and the desire to help save animals in need sometimes interferes with good judgement.
So although her intentions were honorable, their new mom became overwhelmed and found that she took on more than she could handle, already being a single mother to a toddler, 3 dogs, and 2 cats.
Now this bonded pair is in urgent need of a new forever home together.
Hallie and Rascal are currently in West View, PA, have been fully vetted and groomed, and are described as loving, wonderful dogs with no health or behavior issues.
If you or someone you know are in a position to help them, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Their previous life has obviously not been a great one, and they should live their golden years in a home where they will be loved, cared for, and never let down again.
Please share for them to help find someone who can provide that for them. They deserve to have a great future to help them forget their past.
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