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Signs

Posted: July 14, 2012 in Fun Photos
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I don’t have children (and don’t plan on having any) therefore I need to buy this sign for my home. ❤

 

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Just recently, we learned the story of a basset hound in Michigan named Whiskey Joe. He has had a rough life, rougher than any animal should ever have to go through. His previous owner was abusive and denied Whiskey Joe food and water. He even had to have an eye removed thanks to his owner’s cruelty. Whiskey Joe ran away from home and was put into a shelter where he faced being put down. Fortunately for Whiskey Joe a kind volunteer saw to it that he didn’t have to go back to his owner and that he was able to get the help he needed through Almost Home.

Whiskey Joe has been through a lot, and thanks to the kindness of others has gotten the chance for a new life, but he still needs that special someone to give him a place he can call home. Despite the cruelty inflicted on him by his former owner, Whiskey Joe still has so much love to give. If you think you could be that person to give a dog in need their second chance, please contact Almost Home at almosthome1965@aol.com. You can also fill out an application online. If you’re interested in learning more about Whiskey Joe and Almost Home you can do both by checking out these pages.

Whiskey Joe’s Petfinder Profile:
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/22908072

Almost Home’s Website:
http://www.almosthomeanimals.org/index.htm

The things that have happened to Whiskey Joe are so heartbreaking that we both felt compelled to do what we could to spread the word about this amazing dog and his story. By sharing this brave dog’s story we hope to reach out to someone who is willing to give Whiskey Joe a home where he can get the love and kindness he deserves.

If you cannot adopt Whiskey Joe, but still wish to help, donations can be made to Whiskey Joe c/o Almost Home Animal Rescue League, P.O. Box 250602, West Bloomfield, MI 48325. You can also donate through paypal via the Almost Home website.

Even if you cannot give Whiskey Joe a home or make a donation, you can still help just by spreading the word. The more people who know about this courageous dog the more likely he is to find someone to adopt him.