Animal Rescue Aid supports FACTS Jefferson

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In 2017, Animal Rescue Aid selected FACTS Jefferson to receive Kuranda beds and Kongs for our FACTS foster dogs.  This generous donation will bring comfort and joy to the fortunate souls who find their way into a FACTS foster home.

CHRIS

In July 2016, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a little dog with injured paws.  Chris — named for the deputy who picked him up — was about 4 months old.  Both of his front paws had been shot with small caliber bullets.  No suspect has been identified to date.

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Chris on the day he was retrieved by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. July 2016.

Chris was moved into foster with a wonderful woman who has since adopted him.  Thanks to Animal Rescue Aid, his sweet life just got even sweeter.

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Chris at home – paws healed and happy on his Kuranda bed with his Kong. March 2017.

DOTTIE

Dottie was the first FACTS Jefferson rescue.  She was discovered caged in the woods – tiny and emaciated.  An officer with the Wadley Police Department rescued her and the man responsible for plight was prosecuted and sent into confinement.

DottieDottie was adopted by the parents of the prosecutor of Dottie’s tormentor.  Today, she is fat and sassy living large in metro Atlanta.

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Dottie checking out her new Kuranda bed from Animal Rescue Aid. March 2017.

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