Hi Friends! Many of you have already heard Honey's story. If you haven't, I have it written below. Honey needs to be spayed, have her blood work done, and have a growth removed from her her breast, all in addition to the money already spent on vaccines, taxis to/from fosters/the vet/her new harness, dog food for her foster's to give her and other supplies. Please donate what you can. I will be posting receipts so you can see how your money has been used. I will also post a better estimate of how much the procedure to remove her growth will cost and continue updating with receipts. Honey deserves a 2nd chance in a loving home. She is the sweetest companion animal and very gentle. She deserves a 2nd chance at happiness after the neglect she has edured. In the words of the vet tech yesterday at Dr. Fisch's office "This planet is ruled by the wrong species."
Honey was found on 9/27 at 8:20pm by me on the 26th and 10th steps to The High Line in Chelsea as I was walking home. She came running down the stairs as a group of tourists were calling her. I called her too and she came. The tourists helped me make a leash and I promised not to take her to ACC because ACC in Manhattan kills quickly. With the help of my neighbor and my friend, Cat, I got her leashed properly and taken to the 24 hour vet to check for a micro chip. Honey did not have a micro chip and everyone who sees her says she was used to bits for breeding and then dumped. Eric and Kellly fostered her overnight. On Monday I took her to Dr. Fisch in Hell's Kitchen for her vaccines. Dr. Ficsh says she is 9 years old, needs to to be spayed and have a growth removed from her breast but is otherwise STRONG AND HEALTY! ALL 63 POUNDS OF HER! She is a LOVIE and very gentle and loves people. She has never once growled, snapped or barked since I've know her! Not even when the vet took her temperature you know where! Monday night my friend Rachel picked Honey up, thanks to an over night foster arranged with her friend Eva's friend Serena. Tonight Honey is staying with Rachel, but Honey NEEDS A HOME OR MORE PERMANENT FOSTER ASAP. I want Honey fully vetted for her new home!