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Rescued by Roundup Program

Four kittens in Animal Carrier

Hook Line & Schooner is proud to introduce the Fluffy Four From Cobb, who were saved by donations made to the HLS Roundup Program!

These sweet kittens were taken to Cobb County Animal Services, but since they’re underweight they couldn’t be place on the adoption floor. They have to be at least 2 pounds before they can be adopted by someone, but Cobb County Animal Services will allow a rescue to take them in. Rescues are committed to taking care of all vetting including shots for immunization, rabies, and having them spayed or neutered. If these babies stayed at Cobb until they weighed enough to be adopted, etc., they would run the risk of catching something, especially after surgery.

A big shout out to the volunteers who work with the cats and kittens. They take time out of their already busy days to take photos so they can be shared via social media, work with them so they won’t shy away from people looking to adopt, and work with potential adopters.

Thank you Cat Rangers, http://www.catrangers.org/ for helping to improve the lives of innocent cats and kittens. And as always, a big THANK YOU goes to our customers who help make it possible with their donations.

Our 7th rescue from donations to the HLS Round Up Program is Carlos, a 1-1/2 year old male white/tabby, who ended up at Cobb County Animal Services as a stray. Stray cats find themselves at Cobb County Animal Services when a citizen makes a complaint or when they get dropped off by someone who finds them. Since Carlos was a stray, we don’t have a lot of information on him except for the information from shelter volunteers and staff, and they said he’s extremely sweet and needs to be with a family that will take good care of him and not allow him to roam.
A special thanks to Southern Journey Animal Rescue & Transport, https://www.southernjourney.org/ for rescuing Shug ,
and to Purr Nation Cat Alliance https://www.purrnation.org/ for rescuing Carlos!
Both of these organizations do so much to improve the lives of innocent animals, and to our caring customers who help to make it possible with their donations!

Carlos the white tabby cat
Lucy the rescue dog

We’re proud to introduce Lucy, our 9th rescue from customers’ donations to the HLS Round-Up Program. Lucy is 4 years old and she was turned in to the county shelter because her owners couldn’t take care of her. This sweet girl was at the shelter for 2 months. Sadly, like black cats, black dogs are overlooked. Lucy is now in a foster home enjoying the company of 3 children. Her foster family says she’s sweet as ever and she’s absolutely adorable!

A special thanks to Southern Journey Pet Rescue and Transport https://www.southernjourney.org/ for taking Lucy into their awesome organization! Thank you for helping to improve the lives of innocent dogs! Also a big THANK YOU to our caring customers who help make it possible with their donations!

Here are some pictures of Lucy in her foster home.