"What'd you say? We're doing $50 Chi adult and $100 Chi puppy adoptions? Yay!!"
Top 5 Reasons to Adopt a Chihuahua:
1. They are full of personality.
2. They like to curl up under the covers and watch TV.
3. They are easy on the dog food bill.
4. They are incredibly cute.
5. There are too many in shelters, and they need YOU!
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Petey was found wandering around Woodland with a severely injured leg. We sent him to UC Davis immediately to be examined, and they told us he had a fractured right femur. They repaired his leg and we sent him to a foster home to recover for the next 8 weeks. Throughout the whole traumatic experience, Petey's happy-go-lucky personality has shone through, and he never stops wagging that little stub of a tail! Even when he was recovering, it was hard to keep him from running about to greet everyone he met. Now that he is fully recovered, Petey is just looking for a forever home to share all his love with! He's still young, and we're guessing he's about 2 years old. He is a Miniature Pinscher mix who weighs approximately 12lbs.
Update: Petey has found a wonderful forever home!!
Update: I've been adopted!!!
Marzen is an orange tabby and white Domestic Short Hair male who was born around August 1st, 2013. Marzen is a friendly, fun, and energetic kitten. He was found outside the Sudwerk Brewery, limping, and was taken to a local veterinarian, who diagnosed his broken leg. The vet's office gave Marzen his name (Marzen is one of Sudwerk's signature beers) and then he came to his YCSPCA foster home. Spunky and unsinkable, Marzen came through surgery for his broken leg and the recovery period with flying colors, and now he is ready for love! He still limps a little, and needs a bigger area to run, chase, and bounce. Marzen loves to play, but he also likes to cuddle and be petted when he's in the mood. Then he's off again, to explore something new!
Help the Angel Fund
Many times we rescue animals in need of medical care. This emergency fund has helped us create many happy endings.
If you want to send a gift for this use please note "Angel Fund" on your donation. There are 3 ways to deliver your financial donation:
Make a tax-deductable donation online to the Angel Fund. Click on the Donate Now button on the right and specify Angel Fund for your donation.
You can drop off your Angel Fund contribution in person at our Thrift store at 920, 3rd Street (in Davis) or any other Yolo County SPCA event. Note on the check that your gift is for the Angel Fund.
Mail your check for the Angel Fund to:
c/o Yolo County SPCA
P.O. Box 510
Davis, CA 95617
See the articles below for the good things the Angel Fund has done!
Here is a picture for you of Alfie with his new sister Isabelle. They love each other and are taking a nap together now. Thanks again!!
I just wanted to give you an update on how Tonio is doing. He is wonderful and fitting in to the family perfectly…him and his sister, Maddie love each other. He is a total sweetheart, and we love him & his lil waggin tail. I attached some pictures. :)
Petunia and I are doing great. She sleeps with me every night and usually tries to get under the covers. During the day she is a bundle of energy and runs around with her toys and climbs up and down the cat tree. We are slowly introducing her to our other cat. He is mostly ignoring her right now but keeps his ears up and watches her from a distance. I think with time they will get along just fine. I am attaching some pictures of her. Maybe you can pass them along to Ben (I believe that was the little boys name who fostered her). Brittney
Prior to adopting Dexter, my husband and I searched for months. At first, it was just informational browsing, but then I saw Dexter’s picture on PetFinder. His description was perfect—just the dog to keep up with my crazy little Bichon/ Shih Tzu mix. She was in need of a high-energy pal, one who could chase her around the living room, wrestle like a bear, and rest when appropriate.
When we met Dexter in Davis, it was love at first sight for everyone involved. He has been the most amazing fit ever since. He loves to lie between the pillows of me and my husband, follow me where ever I go, and eat sticks in the back yard. Although the prevention of playing was very, very difficult, he has recovered well from his knee surgery. I am so pleased that the Yolo SPCA decided to rescue Dexter and raise the money to fix his luxating patella. He will be spoiled rotten for the rest of his days.
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