4/16/16: Well I went last week for my heartworm treatment and doing very well. I will have another one in a month and due to my age we are doing it the slow way. Sure enjoyed the sunshine today and a good back rub in the grass. I am very gentle, calm, quiet and tender hearted. Never any trouble and just like to be by your side. The rescue would like a permanent foster home for me to live out my years. This is where the rescue will pay for my medical needs and all you have to do is love me.
3/19/16: First of all I would like to thank the many people who helped make it possible for me to come to the collie rescue. You see I was picked up by the animal control as a stray and my time for getting adopted was just about up. I am a collie mix, senior lady and the rescue is guessing me to be about ten years old. Although I have a lot of white in my face I have beautiful, healthy teeth. Today the volunteers brushed my coat and removed all the mats. Next week I will be going for my first bath in a very long time. I look forward to starting my new life but sadly we found out I have heartworms. The vet will do bloodwork to make sure I am healthy enough to have the treatment. Please keep me in your prayers and thank you for saving my life. If you would like to help with my medical cost just click the donate button and say it is for Celine.
Thank you Kim Rettberg, Ruth Cummins, June Evans, Lizabeth Meyer, Adele Volpe, Marian Rogers, Ann Moyle, Deborah Showalter, Terri Cheema, Valeri Rothbauer, Carolyn McCullough, Valerie Brehm, Carol Clasen, Karen Brown, Shelia Nelson, Diana Horvat, Russ Alba, Maria Rivero, Carol Olmedo, Cindy Simpson, Renee Weitzman and Heather DeMelia and Anita Strawser for caring about the seniors.