by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris / Rescue Diva ~
A big thank you to Darlene White and the rest of the crew at San Diego Animal Support Foundation for covering the cost of our foster boy Chance’s neutering!
Helping sweet Chance, kitty Tiger, and their disabled but kind and brave rescue mommy Robin escape their miserable lives on the streets has not been cheap, and the show’s not over yet, so Rescue Diva greatly appreciates this donation.
Chance the Champ sailed through two procedures last week—neutering plus the extraction of a tooth that was broken by his ex-owner punching him in the mouth. And it was a canine tooth, no less–a “fang,” considered to be a major extraction. Yet a few hours later when one of the great Surfside Animal Hospital crew brought Chance out, he just gave a good stretch, wagged his tail to reassure everyone he was A-OK, then was up and at ’em for a walk.
A strong, valiant, and super sweet guy, Chance is now ready for a foster or forever home!
Please take a peek at Chance’s story and SHARE. He is busily searching for a fabulous foster or forever family.
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Rescue Diva proudly sponsors needy animals in the U.S. and around the world.
For example we help Kefalonia Animal Trust (KATs) provide free spay/neuter for hundreds of animals per year, which is one of the best ways to prevent the abandonment and misery of puppies like Noah and Kyla.
Katerina Lorenzatos Makris, a career news reporter and fiction author, is RescueDiva.com’s founder and editor. Her fiction includes 17 novels for Simon and Schuster, E.P. Dutton, Avon, and other major publishers (under the name Kathryn Makris), as well as a teleplay for CBS-TV, and a short story for The Bark magazine. She has written hundreds of articles for regional wire services and for outlets such as National Geographic Traveler, The San Francisco Chronicle, Travelers’ Tales, NBC’s Petside.com, RescueDiva.com, AnimalIssuesReporter.com, and Examiner.com (Animal Policy Examiner).
Together with coauthor Shelley Frost, Katerina wrote a step-by-step guide for hands-on, in-the-trenches dog rescue, Your Adopted Dog: Everything You Need to Know About Rescuing and Caring for a Best Friend in Need (The Lyons Press).