Voices For Animals Welfare Group Has 11 Orphaned Poodles Looking For A Home
Not every pet is privileged to have a forever home from the day they were born, but at least they get opportunities to find loving pet owners.
On Wednesday (8 Jan), Voices for Animals (VFA) announced that they are looking for homes for 11 precious orphaned poodles on Facebook. Each dog is around 7 to 8 years old and their previous owner died fighting for his life in the ICU.
Here’s the post in full.
If you want to welcome new pets into your home, then here’s what you need to know.
11 orphaned poodles need a home
Voices for Animals announced that they had new rescues for 2020.
Unfortunately, the primary caretaker for a group of 11 dogs recently passed away in the ICU. So, Voices for Animals (VFA) is currently looking for amazing homes for each pet.
All the dogs are around 7 to 8 years old and poodle crossed.
While they are currently under the care of VFA, some would need sterilisation and immediate medical attention.
Adopt the dogs or donate
VFA is giving dog lovers the option to adopt them or donate money for the cause.
Those who want to adopt can drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kindly introduce yourself and your family. Selected owners will be invited to an interview to meet the dogs and speak to the organization regarding adoption procedures.
You can view pictures of all the poodles through VFA’s Facebook post.
Dog lovers who can’t adopt but are open to donating for the dogs’ medical needs have several options.
You can click here for the bank transfer details, written in the Facebook post.
Help orphaned poodles find forever homes
It’s very difficult when a member of your family passes away. We can only imagine the loss and sadness that these orphaned poodles feel.
We hope that they are adopted by very loving pet owners as soon as possible. Here’s to hoping that each dog will find they’re desired forever home.
If you know good families looking to adopt, then please contact them as soon as possible.
Are you interested in adopting these poodle crossbreeds? Let us know in the comments below.
Featured image from Facebook.