With Wesley, as you’ll see, it’s a case of a Cat saving a Dog! Wesley is a one-year-old Terrier mix who, on July 15th, found himself in the Rocky Mount Animal Shelter in Nash County, North Carolina. We don’t know how or why Wesley ended up in the shelter, but he sure needed a way out. The shelter does no testing or vetting of its animals, so rescues who take the animals do so at their own risk.
On July 16th Cat Suzuki of Puppy Tails Rescue in New Jersey contacted RADAR to ask for help so that she could pull Wesley. We agreed and Cat was able to save the Dog! On July 20th Wesley, who had been know as Baden at the shelter, had his freedom ride from the shelter to the vet for his initial vetting and neutering. Wesley’s heartworm test provided very good news: he was heartworm negative!
Cat had this to share with us about Wesley: “I love him! He is very sweet. He let me carry him around even though he his big! Wesley is very loving and always wants to please. He is food driven, so I taught him to “sit” in just a few hours. Wesley is a precious love bug.” To view more photos of Wesley, click here.
RADAR paid $150 towards Wesley’s initial vetting and neutering costs.
UPDATE! Wesley has been adopted!
UPDATE! All funds for Wesley have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Wesley:
Laura Jones; Kimberly Dickey; Christine Williams; Marie Szczesny; Janet Griffiths; Diana Berkstresser
Added on September 7, 2015.