A la protectora hi ha alguns animals que han quedat tan marcats pel seu passat, pel mal que algun dia van rebre per part dels humans, que sabem que mai més sortiran en adopció. Un bon exemple és en Mozart, porta molts anys amb nosaltres, tota una vida! En Mozart és un sènior molt desconfiat, de fet no tots el podem tocar.... ells també escullen qui els hi cau millor.
Durant molt temps tenia un millor amic, en Chino, aquest ens va deixar ja fa un parell d'anys, mai més l'hem vist compartir tantes hores amb cap altre gos.
Mai més marxarà de la protectora però ens l'estimem i forma part de la nostra gran família amb les seves rareses.
We all know it's hard when you lose a pet, they're your friend, your family, but there are more future friends and family members out there, waiting for you to find them. When the time is right, go out and adopt a new friend x #adoptdontshop#rescuedog#rescuecat#adoption#pets
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Get the word out! We're helping raise funds for a wonderful cause! Help this terrific fam get their 👶🏼 home! #mckenneyadoption
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Credit to from @anetek3001 (@get_regrann) - Posted @withrepost • @homesforshelterdogs 🚨🚨EXTREMELY URGENT🚨🚨
Please share to save his life 🙏🏼 #Repost@savingcarsonshelterdogs
✳️MICKEY ✳️ID: #A3485354 ↩️Click
💟SENIOR💟🇨🇭IN MEDICAL🇨🇭😢OWNER SURRENDER😢💖🚨🚨URGENT!!! PLEASE READ and SHARE!!! 🚨🚨
🚨🚨🐶NEEDS a FOSTER and RESCUE by 4:30 TODAY!! or will be EUTHANIZED!!!🐶🚨
Rescue pleas for Micky, 3485354
Hello, the Carson shelter is requesting rescue asstiance for Mickey, A3485354. Micky is a 15 year old Dalmation/Pointer mix, intact male, who was owner surrendered to us last night. He has difficulty standing and walking and appears to be arthritic. See x-rays and medical notes attached. We will try to keep him comfortable in medical isolation but if he continues to not be able to stand after a few days of pain medication, Please rescue by 4:30pm .
Sweet MICKY is so confused after being left at the Shelter at 15 years old. Please SHARE for his life, he’s SO special and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save him. Thanks!💖
🔹Dalmatian 🔹 AGE:15 years
🔹 male 🔹 ARRIVED:8/15
🔹 AVAILABLE ON: 8/15
🔹 Carson Shelter - 310-523-9566
🔹 M-TH 12pm-7pm, F-SU- 10am-5pm
🔹216 W Victoria St. Gardena, CA 90248
💗💗 WANNA FOSTER? If you’re in LA, OC, San Bernadino or Riverside County and would like to apply to foster a Carson pup, please visit CarsonFosters.com to complete the online foster application. Thanks! 💚💚 💚Repost 💙Foster 💖Adopt
🔺We’re NOT associated with Carson Shelter🔺 #dalmation#adoptdontshop#adoption#foster#fostertoadopt#savingcarsonshelterdogs#shelterdog#fosteringsaveslives#carsonshelter#seniordog#pleaseshare - #regrann
Motherhood has changed me.
Adoption has changed me.
Both have broken me & yet both have made my dreams come true. One thing I have learned about motherhood is that I feel like there is always this pull of two worlds beckoning you...one to slow down & another to speed up time. One to follow the books & another to follow your gut. One to sleep when the baby sleeps (which has never worked for me) & the other to do all the things during that precious nap time. One that tells you you are superwoman today & another that tells you you are nothing anymore. One that feels awestruck looking at those chubby baby legs & another that feels so angry that you never get a break. One that wants to protect your child from everything & another that desperately wants to have someone offer to take your child for a few hours. One that feels sheer exhaustion by 7pm nightly & another that misses that little laughter by 8pm that same night. One that has career aspirations & another that can’t imagine having someone watch your baby so you can crush those goals.
This is motherhood.
Living between two worlds in your mind constantly. I haven’t figured it out except to believe it’s not meant to be figured out. I’m learning to be ok living in the in-between.
If you’re a new mama & just starting to feel this way too, congrats..it means you love that tiny human something fierce! I’m pretty sure these complicated feelings won’t go away but rather change over the course of motherhood. So I’m choosing to lean into them. My hope is you will to!
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Meet NOAH 😍 he is 7 weeks old and looking for his furever home (he won’t be rehomed until 10weeks old but applications are open from now until Tuesday 20th August 2019)😍 he is a sprightly boy full of energy who likes nothing more than running around playing 😍 if you are interested in adopting NOAH you can apply by filling in an application form 😍 homechecks will be done 🐶adoption fees apply 🐶he will be vaccinated chipped and have a neutering contract 😍 https://form.jotformeu.com/Adogstale/a-dogs-tale-fosteradoption-application *
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Personligen träffade jag Julio Vergara för första gången i Temuco i januari i år och det var ett mycket starkt möte som rörde mig mycket. Julio hade rest med nattbussen från Santiago till Temuco för att träffa mig - och för att berätta att han och hans fru kände så mycket hopp att kunna finna deras dotter som skickats olagligt till Sverige 1975.
Julio och hans fru Graciela hade läst om mig och min historia i en chilensk tidning i september 2018 och kände igen så mycket från vad som hänt med deras dotter Angelica. Hon hade också varit på det svenska missionär barnhemmet La Aurora i Lautaro (en liten stad strax utanför Temuco) och därifrån skickats till Sverige utan Gracielas medgivande. Då var deras dotter 2 år.
Julio och Graciela vet att deras dotter befinner sig i Sverige, men vet inte vad hon heter eller befinner sig. Angelica har med största sannolikhet med sig en helt annan uppdiktad historia som varit hennes sanning i 44 år i Sverige. Hur ska Angelica få vetskap om att hennes föräldrar letar efter henne? Att hon har syskon i Chile som alltid undrat var hon befinner sig.
Julio och Gracielas sökande efter sitt försvunna barn är bara ett fall av tusentals!
A huge congrats to @briannaclaassen. This time last week she had no idea this adorable little baby boy was even about to be born — and here we are today, and she’s holding her forever son. Her adoption story is a truly wild one, and proof that God has absolutely perfect timing. Single adoptive mom squad goals. 💁🏻♀️💁🏻♀️ #singleadoptivemom#adoptionstory#adoption
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Real talk- it’s all I know, so here it goes... Having twins has been HARD! Like- I *know* my fellow twin mamas tried to warn me and they all gave me GREAT advice 😘 But I had NO. CLUE. Yes it’s double diapers. Double laundry. Double carseats. Double doctor visits. Double bottles. Double dishes. Double DOOTY. BUT what I didn’t know was the double CUTENESS. Double my heart might burst when I look at them. Double smiles. Double emotions. Double love. Double protectiveness. Double worry. Double “holy crap someone gave us TWO babies!” Double need to stare into their eyes all day. Not one twin mama warned me about the struggle of trying to make TWO babies smile with eye contact. I’ve whipped my head back and forth between the two of them like a crazy cartoon more than once 😂🤣😂 Bottom line it has been ROUGH- and I would do it all over again ❤️❤️❤️ #Twins#boygirltwins#thedrysea#adoption#fostercare#ohmyheaet#motherhood#thestruggleisreal#double#doubletrouble#mamaheart#legacy#infants#leavingalegacy#babes#changingourfamilytree#babies
Benji is a 5-year-old, 100-lb. pure-bred German Shepherd dog. He is an owner-surrender to us due to the owner’s serious health issues. Benji’s previous owner has had him for 5 years (since he was a little puppy), as a housebroken, indoor dog. He lived with a tiny Chihuahua female and was very gentle with her. Benji adored his previous owner and is having a hard time being separated from her - right now he is pretty confused and we can tell that he is looking for his person, for in his previous home he was much loved and spoiled.
Well....it's OFFICIAL....applied, and have been recently accepted, into the world of fostering!! The Freedom Train brought 60 puppers from Kentucky and, this afternoon, I volunteered to be a part of their FIRST Adoptable Meet & Greet!! ❤❤❤
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Cash in Training
Cash is a very handsome , medium energy, 2 year old German Shepherd Mix, that weighs about 70 pounds. He was left at Shelter in March due to escaping from the yard, so in his future home he will need a secure yard and fence. According to his previous owners, he is friendly with dogs and good with kids, as well as on a leash. Cash spent four months at the Shelter, started getting stressed 😩 out for being there so long, and bit one of the Shelter staff. After saving him we sent him to trainer right away, to see if he manifested any aggression in a normal environment. At the trainer’s facility Cash did not show any aggression and has been learning manners. The trainer says he is a good dog that needs an owner who can continue his obedience training and set boundaries. At the end of his training, Cash will be available for adoption to an adult-only home without kids, due to the bit incident that happened at the Shelter. This handsome boy will be Available soon for Adoption. #dogs#dogsofinstagram#dogsforadoption#Rescue#rescuedog#rescuedogsofinstagram#adoption#adoptables#adoptdontshop#adoptagermanshepherd#adoptablesofinstagram#germanshepherd#germanshepherdofinstagram#angelsbarkdog#angelsbarkrescue www.angelsbarkrescue.org
Merhabalar yine sizi rahatsız ediyorum ama 2 bebek kedi için ilan açabilirmisiniz ?
Bahçelievler /İstanbul 2 kedi de dişi 1 aylıklar sütten kesilince yuvalandırılacaklar , çok uysallar sevgi dolular lütfen bi yuvaları olsun @dilan_ozhan
Today is a special day in our family! A new member 🐕 For a long time I refused this idea because it is one more responsibility and because dogs loose hair and I did not want this in my house! But I am happy for my children and my husband and I will have to clean the house more times a day 😅🧡 #adoption#dog#family#love#momlife#lifestyle
Tout au long de l'aventure Roadsidetrip, nous vous présenterons chaque semaine un chien disponible à l'adoption dans un refuge de France, c'est l'opération "Le copain de la semaine"
Nous sommes heureux de vous présenter le premier refuge ayant décidé d'y participer :
Un Gîte Une Gamelle
Situé dans le Sud de la France (près de Perpignan), le refuge accueille une trentaine de chiens adoptables dans tout le pays, et même au delà !
Ils sont répartis dans des boxes ombragés, et disposent de trois grands parcs pour courir et jouer avec leurs voisins d'infortune. Ces espaces permettent aussi aux futurs adoptants de partager des moments avec les chiens et d'apprendre à mieux les connaitre en dehors de leur box.
Corinne Legrand qui est à la tête de ce refuge nous a présenté chacun de ses protégés et nous a permis de visiter le refuge à distance. Entourée de ses bénévoles, elle offre une seconde chance à ces chiens abandonnés et parfois maltraités, dans un lieu pensé pour leur bien-être et avec tout son amour.
Nous sommes donc très fiers et heureux de soutenir son association, et espérons qu'un de ses petits protégés pourra quitter son box grâce à l'opération "Le copain de la semaine". Pour en savoir plus sur ce refuge n'hésitez pas à visiter leur page Facebook Un Gîte Une Gamelle
What are your kids ages???
“The Countdown” was a joke @jacobjamestri started calling them when Israel was born.
Over the years I have learned that I can not plan my family. We went from struggling with infertility, doing shots and meds to have our first two kids, to a surprise and a toddler adoption.
When we saw how old Shiloh was we could not believe our eyes.... the countdown lived on... the countdown we didn’t plan we never dreamed of, but didn’t know we needed... I would never change this... it’s chaos but a whole lot of fun and we all fall into bed at night.
Tomorrow one of their ages change so today we celebrate them! I learn so much from these siblings everyday they open my eyes to things I did not see before and I’m forever grateful for the opportunity and gift to be all their mommy.
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I wonder at what age they are going to realize they aren’t exactly twins and that they don’t look anything alike? Being only 4 months apart, they will be in the same grade. Likely have some of the same friends. Play in similar sports. And hopefully be the best of friends. I wish this sweet innocence would stay forever. And that they would just never grow up. But alas, Andy will be 2 in just a couple of months. And starting the adoption process again to hopefully find baby girl Oram 👶🏾🎀 is nothing short of petrifying, exciting, and emotional all in one. To anyone who has been on this journey or are just starting out. I totally understand. The feelings of never getting chosen. The worries of being scammed. The emotional struggle of not getting too attached but being excited all at the same time. And just simply knowing where to start. I pinned a post labeled adoption in my highlights that should answer a lot. I would love to hear any questions related to our family, adoption, being a bonus mom or blended family, weight loss, being a nurse/nurse practitioner, dealing with addiction and loss of a family member, or anything in between. I’m an open book. So ask away! Xoxo, @heathercrock ❤️ #adoption#hopingtoadopt#oramfamadopts#adoptionjourney#adoptionstory#weightloss#weightlossjourney#addiction#loss#mom#momblogger#transracialadoption#mommyblogger#influencer#influencers#boymom#brother#brothers#cutebaby#cutebabies#babyboy#baby#babies
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This photo may seem odd to you but follow me here. This is Colbie falling asleep while holding my ear. See.. Colbie has ALWAYS had a thing for ears (swipe to see an ultrasound photo of her), so much so that when she was non-verbal they assumed she was hard of hearing. Turns out the girl couldn’t see, like anything! I’ve shared this before but Colbie would wake at night and scream, and when you came to her room she’d frantically search for your ears because she knows exactly who you are by them. Seeing in the day is difficult enough for her so nighttime was really scary. But it was this amongst some other things that lead me to parenting her differently than I would have naturally. Why? Because her love language is physical touch, and mine is not. Carter and I are much the same, but after having Colbie I remember feeling challenged as to how to raise her because my same old tricks were no longer working! What does this teach me? That being a mother is being flexible, it is doing different things for your kids based on what you know about their hearts all while making it “equal”. It’s hearing my children as they show me how to love them best and doing that, even if it’s not what I want. Exploring Colbie’s love language made me and my husband realize we were not loving each other best! I was loving him by doing acts of service (cleaning, cooking) and he was loving me by trying to spend quality time together - and we weren’t “getting it”. Her little ear cuddles made me learn how to love my husband HIS way, and in turn he loved me in mine. Love looks different and I’m happy I realized this sooner rather than later, but loving others - including my child(rens) biological families) requires me to see them before I see myself and I thank God for using her to grow my heart that way. What’s your love language? Is it the same as those around you? //
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When people ask how our Summer went I want to respond a little like @glennondoyle would and tell them the same thing I say to my husband when he asks how my day was after walking in the door in each night:
The question lingers in the air for a moment while I look down at the situation going on with my clothes, my unwashed hair, and our gorgeous boys now hugging their dad with all they've got– and my eyes wander around the room, pausing to notice the bomb that went off on the floor, the pile of comic books Eli never put away and Oliver's stunning blueberry sculpture still sitting on the table from breakfast.
I want to tell them that Summer has been a lifetime. It was the best of times and the worst of times. There were days when my heart was so full I thought I might explode, and there were other moments when my senses were under such intense assault that I was certain I’d lose it. I was both lonely and absolutely desperate to be alone. I had too much space and still felt claustrophobic.
I was simultaneously bored out of my mind and completely overwhelmed with so much to do. It was too much and not enough. It was loud and silent. It was brutal and beautiful. I was at my very best each morning and then, by noon, at my very worst.
One morning I even decided that we should adopt four more children, and by 3:30pm I decided that we should return these ones we already adopted.
But I don't actually say any of that because then I'd have to explain that I'm not complaining here. Some days, I do because the day is shot and not one minute of it looked like the thing I prayed for so long ago. But today? No, this is not a complaint and I don’t want anyone to try and fix it.
Because I wouldn’t have my day Any.Other.Way. I’m just saying- it’s a helluva hard thing to explain--an entire day, or Summer-- growing my kids. Instead I'll hug them all as tight as I can, while I can and say my Summer was great. How about yours?
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This little guy finished his first week of school! He rocked it and only had to be sent home early one day for falling and busting his lip😬 But I love how he loves his “big school” and his teachers are raving about his behavior. I was nervous how he would do but he is thriving in his new environment. I’m always so impressed with Franklin’s resilience. He is going to do big things. ❤️
Oh and I never want to forget that on our way home today he couldn’t remember the word “tooted” and said “my pants burped” instead😂 That’s going in his baby book for sure!☺️Love this boy!
😡 I HAVE HAD ENOUGH!! And I need your help! 😡 As all of you know I am a huge advocate for private and ethical adoption. It is what brought these two into our lives and we hope to add one more child through the same way. I have helped handfuls of couples pursue private adoption and I have watched as they welcomed a baby into their home. The happiness is indescribable. But the other side of being an advocate comes with making sure that birth moms (and dads) are also heard. And respected. We all know scamming exists in the adoption world. People ‘catfish’ for money and for some unfathomable emotional attachment they get from hurting other people posing as an expectant mom. I have kept my mouth shut but it’s gotten out of hand. There have been a couple ‘scammers’ lately who have become very ‘well known’ in the adoption world. A woman in Georgia (so we believe) who leads couples on for months with fake ultrasounds, pictures, Facebook accounts, emails, and when you catch on she continues to text and call from other numbers to harass you. She has then created different profiles and stolen more couple’s photos from their Facebook announcing she is pregnant. Another person (or couple) has been ‘scamming’ people out of money for years and no one can seem to find them. Promising to give someone a child. Only to never be pregnant in the first place. This is the ultimate CATFISH! This has to be stopped. We never know what has happened or gone on in their lives to want to do such a thing and oftentimes mental illness may play a role. But this does not give anyone an excuse to hurt other people and take advantage of them. So, we need to bring light to this situation. And all you FBI sleuths 🕵🏻♂️ who can find anything out (because no one can seem to pinpoint these people from their multiple aliases) need to use your resources. IF ANY OF YOU HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY AN ADOPTION ‘SCAMMER’ PLEASE COMMENT BELOW! Or DM me. I would love to see an end to this and also get the help they need. It is not fair to hopeful adoptive parents and also expectant moms who are genuinely looking for a loving family. Maybe @nevschulman from @mtvcatfish can help? Xoxo, @heathercrock ❤️ #adoption
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