This poor girl was found by a kindhearted lady who took her in but couldn't keep her due to her abusive landlord who wanted the dog gone immediately.
We are happy to report that Daisy now has a loving forever home!
Ginger, the English Mastiff, nearly lost her life the night of February 22, 2013. We don’t know the exact circumstances but she was hit by a car and picked up by local animal control.
Luckily she had no major injuries, only a simple fracture to her pelvis, which is healing with time and rest. After her vet exam, it seemed that all would end well for Ginger. She would go the local shelter and wait for her family to find her and take her home. She waited and waited but her family never came. Abandoned by her family, and considered “unadoptable” by the shelter, Ginger was scheduled to be euthanized. We only learned of Ginger’s plight on what would have been her last day alive. She was scheduled to die on March 3rd.
Baby Hope is a Christmas miracle. At just 2.3 lbs, & with a bad eye, she was thrown away like a broken toy, found dumped in the bushes near a local movie theater. She then ended up in a local kill shelter where we rescued her.
After taking her to the vet we learned that she was blind in her left eye and it had to be removed or it could become infected. Otherwise, she is a happy healthy puppy who is full of life! Her eye was removed and the surgery was successful. She now runs around at top speed and doesn't even notice she is missing an eye.
In late March my husband, Mark, and I adopted a lovely dog named Buddy. We changed her name to Buffy and she has been a companion to our first adopted dog Gabby. They love playing together and hanging out inside and outside. Buffy goes with the family to Big Bear Lake and enjoys the boat and running in the water. She loves her cats and they love her too. At first Buffy did not want to walk on the leash but with several tries she got right into step. I think she still misses her foster girls a little bit but we keep her busy and loved.
Roy was left behind at a house for 4 weeks. He was emaciated when we found him. We are so happy to report that he now has an amazing loving home!
I can’t thank you ENOUGH for saving this boy and putting him in my life! He has the BEST personality!
I’ve attached a few pictures...
Founded in 1976, the Menifee Valley Humane Society is an all volunteer animal welfare organization that is dependent on the good will and talents of our friends and volunteers. Our focus is to promote community education on responsible pet care and ownership, which is a lifetime commitment--for the life of the pet. Through education, it is our hope that both children and adults will learn the importance of responsible pet care, including spaying and neutering to help solve the problem of pet overpopulation.
Here is an important fact from the Humane Society of the United States:
"Every time a person is born in America, so are 15 dogs and 45 cats, too many for the number of available homes."
This illustrates the magnitude of the pet overpopulation crisis. It is also important to be aware of the fact that many homeless dogs and cats end up in shelters and are killed. Everyone must do their part by spaying and/or neutering their pet! By working together, we can help reduce pet overpopulation and save lives!
Please note: Since we have no shelter or facility, any animals we rescue and/or take in are cared for in foster homes until permanent homes can be found.
The Menifee Valley Humane Society
is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN #33-0874665.
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Foundation documents and form 990 available upon request.