Facebook is still a dog’s best friend


Mark Zuckerberg’s social network remains under fire for all sorts of reasons, but animal shelters and pet rescue organizations can’t live without it.

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UPDATE. Transport secured and she’ll be in rescue tomorrow. Thank you everyone who shared and sent light to this sweet girl! 🚨🚨🚨 🚨 Transport from Fresno and future foster needed🚨🚨🚨Sometimes we have to share the sad and see what is requested of us everyday. We want to get this baby into rescue but she needs transport from Fresno. Can you help? Please email foster@wonderdogrescue.org if you can help. Share, share,share. Here is her story. 🚨🚨🚨PLEASE SHARE!!!! SOS 🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨 SOS!!!!! Female boxer Unknown age Weights about 25lbs No micro chip found Is in urgent need of rescue!!!! She was found wondering the streets looking for food ,she is extremely skinny .Despite her condition this sweet girl is very friendly. We ask desperately for everyone to share this post so we can get the help she needs !!! Unfortunately we do not have the funds to take her to the vet to be treated ,we are also full and have ran out of space !! I hate to say this very bluntly but If we can not find rescue she will be euthanized. She can not stay in this condition for more than a day !! I also want to make things very clear that only a rescue can pull through us . #boxersofinstagram #boxerrescue #streetdog #straydoglove #shelterdogsrock

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Here is the story of Clara Grace. Please scroll through the photos Back on a Sunday in February, Linda got an SOS about an elderly Boxer at the Fresno shelter that had come in as as stray. She was at death’s door, starving and on the euthanasia list at the shelter. We sent out the SOS for a foster and Nicole in Redding took her in. We took her to the doctor first, her liver levels were out of control and she did have some difficulty walking. We hoped for the best and sent her to her new foster home. She thrived there with Nicole and eventually was ready to come back to the Bay Area and be put up for adoption. She went to a foster in San Jose but the stairs in her home proved difficult and once again, an SOS was sent out. Eric and Kent in Oakland agreed to foster her and took her to her first adoption event where she did great. But because of her age, we decided that it should be her last public event and we would still promote her on SM and the website. Well now, we are happy to announce that Eric and Kent have decided to ADOPT Clara Grace and give her FUREVER home. She’ll be loved, spoiled and cared for in her senior years. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. #FOSTERINGSAVESLIVES #RESCUEWORKS #SENIORDOGSRULE #boxerlove #happyending #adoptaseniordog #fosteradog Thank you to all the fosters, the volunteers who helped transport her, the vets, the shelters that reach out and to everyone who helped this starving, street dog find her happy ending! Thank you!!!!!! Your donations allow us to save dogs like Clara. Thank you for anything you can give to help us SAVE LIVES. Thank you!!

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Facebook is still a dog’s best friend

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