Save My Birthday Puppies!!


On Saturday, March 24th I hosted my 2nd Annual Puppy Pop Up Charity with friend & event planner Janeal Aponte. My birthday wish is to find 10 furry friends from The Humane Society of Broward County a new home on site at my party! Well... Thanks to you guys, we did just that!

8 puppies just arrived on March 22nd and we're brought to make my birthday wishes come true. 5 of the 8 were adopted on site by some really awesome people! Since the Humane Society makes sure to do their own research to ensure they go to good homes, they do not release the puppies until the next day. 

On Sunday, the families received the call that since 1 of the puppies tested positive for the Parvovirus*, it most likely effected all of them. 
Now we have 5 puppies who were chosen to go to their forever homes & no longer can until they are well or even if they survive. 

Words can't describe what it felt like to hear the cries of those young kids who could no longer go pick up their puppy the next day that came to my birthday party to find their forever friend. 
Broke my heart because I felt I broke those kids hearts even though there was nothing The Humane Society or I could have done to prevent this. 

After posting a video expressing how incredibly sorry I was to those kids, Tracey Gonin & her rescue non profit team at Feeling Fine, sprung into action & picked up 6 OF MY BIRTHDAY PUPPIES TO BE TREATED!!!Including 1 extra little guy. 

An incredible team of Vets at Gardens Animal Hospital that work with Tracey are working hard to SAVE THESE PUPPIES!

Since they will no longer be adopted until they are healthy or even if they survive, this is 100% paid for by DONATIONS ONLY! 

I would love to make these kids happy again & give these puppies a 2nd chance!

Feeling Fine Canine Rescue is a non - profit 501c3 organization dedicated to the rescuing, rehabbing, and rehoming of medically needy death row dogs.


***The canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs. The virus manifests itself in two different forms. The more common form is the intestinal form, which is characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, and lack of appetite (anorexia). The less common form is the cardiac form, which attacks the heart muscles of very young puppies, often leading to death. The majority of cases are seen in puppies that are between six weeks and six months old. 

**Since treatment is still unknown, any money raised over will also be given to Feeling Fine  Canine Rescue for being such amazing humans to saving not only my birthday pups but as many as they can! 

***Update from video.. The Humane Society has confirmed they do not euthanize animals 


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Tara Carter 
Pompano Beach, FL
Feeling Fine Canine and Equine Rescue, Inc. (Feeling Fine Canine Rescue) 
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