SAVE EXOTIC HOARDER BREEDER ANIMALS
OCT. 22, 2016
The video above shows the wolf pups that were born in WLA shelter to a wolf/husky mix named Nushmua.
She is one of the 23 wolf dogs and dogs seized in a hoarder /breeder case in the Hollywood Hills (story below).
The video shows the beautiful Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctaury the pups and 3 high content wolf dogs now live thanks to your donations and a village of hard working people who cared enough to make this happen.
22 dogs and wolf dogs have been rescued in all and we are not done. There is still one to go in WLA I will never give up on. There are 6 hybrid/feral Northern breeds we are still rehabilitating in order to even place .
Boarding and training fees are accumulating faster than we can keep up. No one knew it would take so much to save them, but, even knowing wouldn't have stopped us.
It has been exactly 9 months since I started and we are still doing it. With your donations, the rescues, non-profits, sanctuaries, vets and volunteers we have saved one canine, one dollar at a time.
I am just a neighbor and below is my story....it is all of our story because this can happen anywhere.
HOLLYWOOD HILLS HOARDER-BREEDER
In January I was inducted into the world of breeder's, hoarders, exploitation of illegal exotic animals, neglect and abuse of the innocent when I looked out my window and saw a wolf on my little street nestled in the canyon.
Soon, at least 60 dogs, cats, wolf hybrids and exotic birds were seized from the abuser's house, a neighbor who lived around the corner from me and my son.
The animals were taken to Los Angeles Animal Shelter's, where I quickly learned about the usual fate of animals in cases like these!
My neighbor Joanna Krupa and I were compelled to help give these beautiful helpless animals a chance to live.
As soon as they were released from evidence, we started working urgently to find rescues and homes, concentrating our efforts on the dogs, wolf hybrids, and Sphinx cats. Most of the birds have been taken to a sanctuary, but honestly, we are not done there either. There are African Grey babies and others that I wll make sure are accounted for!
Right now, today , it's about the dogs and wolves !
These animals are suffering from conditions such as giardia, anemia, malnutrition, tumors, infected masses, cancer, worms, ear mites, kennel cough and broken teeth.
And now from being isolated in cages at LAAS for almost 3 months without exercise or human contact they are depressed, traumatized and scared.
Many are "Medical Rescue Only". Only a certified LAAS rescue partner can get them out.
With rescues in Los Angeles being overburdened, getting
qualified rescues for the intensive care these neglected animals need has been hard but not impossible.
One rescue took Boo, a sweet Bouvier Des Flanders to the hospital where he died riddled with cancer. His bills totaled over $1,000. He is the only death so far, but some are dangerously on the line.￼
Several rescues took 5 Sphinx cats with Giardia and skin infections they need on going medical treatment. One had to have emergency surgery where they found a dead kitten inside her. Her bill alone was over $1,000.
Then we have Randi the miracle Mastiff. (pic at top)
A 10-year-old 200 hundred pound Mastiff with tumors, diabetes, and thyroid problems. Randi is sweet, loving and happy to get belly rubs. Randi's medical bills are staggering and will be until her death, which we are planning humanely for.
Some of the wolf hybrids are being placed at a wolf sanctuary. It costs thousands for each wolf to be transported, quarantined, seen by a special vet, and cared for one year. These donations do not include lifetime care. We still have wolves lock up in LAAS!
The amazing rescues we have enlisted have sacrificed much to save as many of these dogs as possible including a long hair German Shepard, a 3 year old Malamute Husky and her 4 brand new babies, from certain euthanasia.
We are not done and can no longer do this without your help !
I have created this campaign in order to raise the funds needed for immediate medical bills and care so our rescue groups can continue step up and
SAVE THEIR LIVES. THERE ARE STILL 8 "RESCUE ONLY" EXOTIC HYBRID DOGS LEFT IN LAAS!!
How the funds will be spent and delivered
Donations will be divided amongst the rescues and sanctuary for shelter fee's, urgent vet care, ongoing medical care, boarding, re-socialization care, meds, necessary grooming (Randi needs medicated baths 3 times a week) and food in order to heal and match them with their forever homes.
The funds for rescues and the sanctuary will be delivered through their donation pages. Medical bills and boarding will be paid by check or by the rescues thmeselves.
Please donate toward their care and share this campaign with your friends, family and animal lovers.
Together we can provide the support needed to give these dogs real homes, human kindness, love, care and to be seen for the sweet beautiful companions they are.
Please help Rescue BABY a beautiful white Samoyed Husky service dog caged in isolation at LAAS shelter after the seize, for SEVEN months because of legal and labeling complications.
You helped us to get all 22 canines out of LAAS since April. They are all healthy and relocated to safe homes. But there was one left behind we have never stopped fighting politics for. His name is Baby.
As promised, I never gave up on him and was finally able to negotiate a possible solution.
Baby can't be adopted so the only way to get him out of jail is to put him in the foster care of a sanctuary until the case is resolved.
Our goal is to pay for Baby's medical care, rehabilitation, and transportation to a sanctuary in order to remove him from the shelter so he can begin his road to recovery.
Now we need your help to make Baby's rescue happen. He is the last one of all the animals seized to sit suffering alone, no exercise, no companionship, no love. This is a crime in itself.
Baby deserves to fulfill his life as a service dog, and to have the same freedom you have helped all of his pack members have.
PLEASE help us save Baby and share this post with your friends so they can help too. Thank you.
It's been a long time coming but these 3 little bonded female wolfdogs have been displaced since April
My heart of filled with joy at their happy ending !
Only 3 more to go that have been rescued and one more inside LAAS.
It's been a long road!
Never Cry Wolf Rescue Sanctuary has agreed to accept all three if we raise $3,000 for a new enclosure, medical and transport to Washington and all donations are tax deductible. Please share this post with your friends so they can also help.
This is a happy miracle. There are very few wolf dog rescues or sanctuaries that will take 3 low contents together. They were rescued by Maureen Delaney Of Delaney's Dog in August. After decompressing and assessment it is clear they cannot be adopted to the public. Help us get them out of boarding and into their new sanctuary where they can run free!
The 3 were taken to the shelter where Maureen Delaney - Delaney's Dog rescued them in August.
After decompression, rehabilitation and recent assessments, it has been determined it is time for them to go to a wolf dog sanctuary.
Janine and Sam from Never Cry Wolf Sanctuary have agreed to take all three together and give them a home for life.
We could not be happier for these beautiful girls who deserve a chance to be who they are in a loving home with Janine and Sam.
WE NEED YOUR HELP:
Never Cry Wolf is a small sanctuary in Washington State. They need to build an extra enclosure for the girls and we will also need transport funds.
The goal of this fundraiser is $3,000 to help cover the enclosure, transport the 3 WD's to Washington and help with some of the remaining boarding fees.
This is only half of the actual cost, but what is hoped for in donations.
Please give what you can. Your donations are tax deductible!
If you cannot donate at this time, please share this with your friends and let's give a happy ending to Nush, Bina and Judy!
When we started it was just Joanna, Jodie and me. Now many more have joined us from our neighborhood and community. Julie, Rae, Anne,Catherine and more. Maureen From Delaney's Dog has been doing a lot of the rescuing and heavy lifting. Her fosters Daniell and Nini have out in many hours helping.I spent a day doing rescue work I will post about. Tough tough job,.....all my respect!
Adan thank you so much for your interest. You probably know the husky pups have a long ways to go yet and Keno will be staying with his new mom for life. However, if you are interested in any of the dogs you can fill out an adoption form at http://www.delaneysdog.com/ We trust Maureen Delany with this sensitive situation completely. She assess each dog and works with them along with her boarding vet tech. They specialize in trauma cases and help rehabilitate dogs back to their normal intelligent loyal loving selves. I really have seen miracles as I am about to post here in a minute with Tasha. As for the pups we will just have to see. Please feel free to contact Maureen. She's the best! And thank you again for helping out . Right now every penny really dos matter.
It was a pleasure to meet you last night, and I want to thank you for what you are doing for these beautiful animals. It broke my heart hearing what pepole are doing to them. You are an amazing woman with a loving heart..
Half are still in there I am hoping Wednesday is the day we just got fosters for the chihuahuas who haven't hadn't much air time I'm afraid. I knew they weren't in danger but now that we wait I really want them out. Boy girl bonded must go together. I would like to get them adopted but so far foster is the best we can do!!!
Can you update us when these babies will be up for adoption? I have had wolf hybrids and know how to care for one. Or even a cat! Any of these babies are welcomed at my home.