Dog hit by car, shot with 70 shotgun pellets, finds her forever home
SAN ANTONIO – A 9-month-old Retriever that captured the hearts of many in San Antonio has officially found her forever home, just in time for the holidays. Tammi was adopted Thursday, Dec. 10, according to the San Antonio Humane Society. Veterinarians found 70 shotgun pellets in Tammi’s body and found that she had injuries consistent with being struck by a car. “We’re just so happy she has found a loving family in time for the holidays!” the humane society said in a statement. RELATED: Dog hit by car, shot with 70 shotgun pellets, needs a forever home
Kitten found with ears, tail cut off now living his ‘best’ life after being adopted, San Antonio shelter says
SAN ANTONIO – The kitten whose story captured hearts around San Antonio has found a forever home. Gunner, now named Thor by his new family, is living “his best kitten life” after he was adopted on Nov. 1, according to the San Antonio Humane Society. The humane society said it appeared his ears and tail were purposely cut off before he was abandoned. Now, he spends his life playing, cuddling and napping with his sister, a cat named Loki who was also adopted from the shelter. (Courtesy)Loki was adopted from the San Antonio Humane Society.
Kitten with ears, tail cut off found abandoned at car dealership, San Antonio shelter says
SAN ANTONIO – A 2-month-old kitten who had his ears and tail cut off and was abandoned at a car dealership is in the need of a forever home. The San Antonio Humane Society said the kitten, later named Gunner, was taken to the shelter on Sept. 23 “in urgent need of love and extra care.”The humane society said it appeared Gunner’s ears and tail were purposely cut off before he was abandoned. The San Antonio Humane Society said a kitten, later named Gunner, was found abandoned with its ears and tail cut off. (San Antonio Humane Society)Gunner has been with a foster family on his road to recovery and is now up for adoption. “He would make the perfect addition to any loving family.”Those interested in adopting Gunner, or any other feline, can visit the humane society’s website.