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Joseph's Legacy Rescue


On March 20th we rescued John Henry. He was attacked by a mastiff on and then the owner of the dog placed him in a cardboard box where she thought he would die. She didn't want him to die but he was laying in a box over a weekend. She called us and we instantly got him in to our vet. His lung was bruised and he had some subq emphysema (meaning air under his skin) along with several bite wounds. They cleaned his wounds, gave him sutures, pain medication and fluids. For weeks, John Henry was absolutely pitiful laying on crate rest. He couldn't get up to even eat. His foster mom would put food right near where his head was so he could eat and gain strength. If you tried to touch him at all, anywhere, he would cry out in pain even while she kept up on his pain medication. One day he started standing on his own and would get up to stand to eat but lay right back down after he was done eating. He gradually got strength, hurt a little less and improved. We allowed him to do what he wanted, we didn't push him because healing time was needed so desperately for him. 

He has healed a hurt leg and has had a dental to fix his teeth and is completely ready to find his forever home! If you're looking for a special cat that has been through a lot, here's your boy. 

Meet Miss Molly Kitty! She is looking for her furever home. Molly is a four year old, 45lb., GSD mix. She is utd on vaccines, spayed, had her rabies shot and is ready to roll. Miss Molly loves to chase reflections, which makes it hard to get good pictures of her, lol. Molly is a slow introduction but catches on with just a couple of corrections. She needs a strong pack leader in you. Molly Kitty is a bit of an attention whore so I think she would do best in an only pet home. She truly just wants to please. She is okay with other dogs but wants to be the boss so if you are willing to "work with her", she would be fine. I have no idea how she is with cats. As far as kids, older (as in teens) would be better as she does not tolerate chaos well. If you are interested in adopting Miss Molly Kitty, please fill out an application 

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There are always animals in need of help and homes.  We are only able to save as many as we have people to help.  Please join us and become a volunteer, foster, or donor.  Without our volunteers, we would not be able to organize and complete our fundraisers that keep us going and able to help the animals.

All of our animals are housed with foster parents who take great care of them.  Food and vetting is provided until they are adopted. We are in desperate need of more Foster Families.  If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please complete an application and we will contact you.

We are currently in need of cat litter and dog food.  We are also looking for someone who may donate a van we can use for our TNR program.  Please visit our amazon wish list and amazon smile as well if you are looking to donate items.


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Since 2013, Joseph's Legacy has been working to help all the animals we can.  Whether it is an animal that is homeless, needs re-homed, or is in need of medical care.  We do not want any animal to suffer or be put down because of something that is out of their control.


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