Lauren tells us this happy tail: "We adopted Roger (now Pokey) a few weeks ago, and on the same day adopted Ranger from FurKids. Our family literally spent all day finding the perfect kitties for our family. We put both Roger and Ranger on hold that Saturday and then went home to decide what we would do. We debated only getting one kitty, but my husband finally said "fortune favors the bold...let's get them both!" Boy, was he right.
This blog is truly full of "happy tails" -- stories about animals who were rescued by the Georgia SPCA and were adopted into their forever homes. To add your own, click here.
New dog-mom Elizabeth says, "Winnie is my first fur baby and she holds a very special place in our hearts! Thank you for bringing her into our lives! First day at her new home! " We think lucky, adorable Winnie has converted Elizabeth into a lifelong dog person!
Mia's mom says: "Here's Mia. I kept her name after I adopted her in late June of 2013. I saw her story on the Georgia SPCA website while she was being fostered after having her puppies. When I saw she had been taken to the adoption center I went to see her but found she had already been adopted but not yet picked up. I was disappointed, but I was encouraged to leave my phone number by the shelter employees "just in case".
Meet Rooney and Leia, two lucky fur babies adopted from the Georgia SPCA! Their mom says they have brought much joy to their family, and knowing they are in a loving home brings lots of joy to us!
Meet Hammie, (formerly Louie) who came to the Georgia SPCA in May of 2012 from another rescue. He was taken in as a foster with one of our wonderful volunteers and board member Louise Galaska. Louise had this to say about her "furbaby".
Kathy Hemmings has this to say about the very special dog she has loved and championed while looking for the perfect home for Gidget: "Gidget is a beautiful, smart, sweet, loving, funny, patient and special girl. Her life started out rough and it took 17 months to find her the perfect family that she can call her own but I would not have missed one single second of those 17 months. I am so happy for her and her new family.
Joey came to the Georgia SPCA in January of 2014 when his owner moved and could not take him along. Joey was a high energy puppy that needed a home where he would be able to get further training and lots of exercise. In March of 2014 Richard and Carla Quinn came along and found Joey at an adoption event being held at PetSmart in John’s Creek. This is what his family had to say about him. :
This handsome boy is Boomer – B.B. in another, horrible life. He is an amazing dog, one of the “Griffin Mud Dogs” rescued by Atlanta-area animal rescues. These animals were part of a hoarding situation – 37 dogs who had lived their entire lives outside in cages – in the mud. They ate when food was thrown over the fence to them, and it was every dog for himself. They had never known love and human companionship.
This is Beauty, (now Buffy) who was adopted by Kelsey Brower in February of 2015 after being surrendered to the Georgia SPCA by her previous owner. This is what her mom had to say about adopting Buffy:
Recent adoptee, Penny, wanted to stop by and tell us how much she loves her new home, which came with this great boy!!!
This little girl is the ever lovable Della. She belongs to one of our wonderful volunteers, Anne Heath. Della was rescued from Fulton County Animal Services in November of 2009, when they ran out of room to house incoming animals. Della was a 2 year old, pregnant mom who gave birth to some adorable puppies that found their homes quickly.
Amy's story, as told by volunteer, foster Mom and Board member, Louise: "Five years ago, when she was about 8 months old, Amy was found by county animal control officers, abandoned in an apartment with no food or water. I'd seen her at the Georgia SPCA adoption center and thought she was beautiful, but I was not in the market for a dog.