WOW!!!! What lucky little pups we are!! We have BOTH been adopted by Cindy and we now have our forever home with the best Mom in the world!!! We will be living in San Marcus and we will have a fur brother, Ranger, who is also a Lone Star alum. What a great family we are!!!
What a very special day for me. I have my very own Mom to take care of me. Her name is Barbara and we are going to be living in Austin. I am especially grateful to have found my forever home. I am a blind girl, but I know my Mom will help guide me through my life and I know it will be full of fun and adventure. How lucky I feel to have found such a great family!!!
We take in a lot of severely ill and/or older dogs. Although there is some controversy about doing this because some people think rescues should focus on the young, adoptable dogs, our volunteers believe taking in those that no one else wants is what “rescue” is all about. So we accept the older ones in when we are able.
We have a program for them – we call it “Divine Lives.” It means that the dogs are divine and are worthy of life. As long as they are happy and living a quality life, we will treat them with all they need.
We have decided to set them up on insurance. The insurance for seniors is approximately $75 a month. If they get ill and require hospitalization for a new illness or injury, the insurance will cover 90% of the total cost less the exam fees.
We’re going to list all of the forever fosters here. Some already have expensive monthly medicine for pre-existing conditions and we’ll list it here also.
So, introducing the Lone Star Divine Lives……
Fisk Bastrop – Adorable little Fisk came to us with a treatable condition called Ehrlichia. He had to have a blood transfusion and is on medicine to kill the ehrlichia. His monthly expenses are small right now. We would like him to be our first insured Divine Life.
The insurance donation is a MONTHLY donation. By clicking this link, you are signing up for paypal to automatically give the amount to Fisk’s plan.