From ex RWL bubba Nikki to her foster mum:
"Hi Bronmum! On road trip to south australia!! I am traveling well and love looking out the window. Stopped for lunch and a trot and lots of sniffs xxx" ... See MoreSee Less
Frederick is sublime divine. His little tail perpetually swooshes from side to side, and he has that dear, sweet, mellow Cavvie personality.
He’s loving and gentle and would suit someone whose big heart can easily accommodate a darling old chap looking for a quiet and caring place to call home. Someone who will dote on him, administer his daily heart and arthritis meds, let him wander around following them, and just love him to bits. He would also love another friendly little dog at home he's a little hard of hearing so likes having a friend to follow.
Frederick will be up for adoption very soon, so watch this space!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Gary LintzGood looking pup, Let's get him in a home of his own. Please adopt. Don't forget senior & the pups that have physical issues. They all deserve a loving & safe place, open your heart & home.1 day ago · 2
Desley CookI wish you all the very best in finding a forever home quickly. I would take you in a heart beat if I did not have two dogs and a cat already. God bless you little guy.1 day ago
Alexa FarberFrederick YOU are pure love❤️A furever family will be so lucky to receive your love and give their love to you. It will be wonderful for you to have a little buddie to talk to & cuddle up with🐶🐶❤️❤️22 hours ago
Jeanette LutherPraying you find your forever home, with loving people and a great home with all the comforts20 hours ago
An update on Horatio.
As you know Horatio has had a lot of neglect, and when that happens they become very shut down. Add to the mix the dog is old with conditions such as heart and vision issues - it is literally a full on care regime.
We don't need advice on how to care for these babies, having done it so long - so I thought I would show you how some can look while intensive treatment is going on. Horatio had ear infections and dry eye both which need ointment - and you know what that means - an oily little pooch. :)
But his eyes are much better looking. And he seems to be able to stand a little more - but he still takes himself outside and walks and walks and walks. Whether it is dementia or just habit from never having any interaction we don't know. Only time will tell. He is eating well and taking his tablets, and is recovering from a nasty bout of kennel cough from the shelter, as well has we think he has a cough with his heart.
We need to do an X-ray on his heart, and desex and do a dental - but we are waiting until he is much stronger.
He is starting to react with Mum Linda who took over from Mum Irene last week - and look for her. This is a good sign.
But the damage is very severe with Horatio - and we don't know what will improve. If he becomes physically stronger that is a good thing it should help his mental capacity - but the long term, life time of misery he has so obviously endured has come at a cost.
It always amazes us when these little dogs who usually stay in the confines of an area they are familiar with 'are suddenly out on the loose'. Yes - we know what you're thinking and we agree.
And it cases like this - it would be nice to ask the ex owner - if they know exactly what they have done to this little soul - but we know that they probably have very little understanding of their behaviour - and that it would fall on deaf ears.
Funny, because usually we never even think about the ex owners - we cut the ties immediately the dog who is our client comes into care. But cases like this - we do wonder, just for a nanosecond. Then leave it. Because we have more important things to focus on. Loving Hori, first and foremost. ... See MoreSee Less
Linda Anne WebbAnd I must say that you do know how to love these precious ones and you do it so very well...Hori thanks you and so do I.....2 days ago · 3
Anne MckeonHori you are one beautiful old man, you are so loveable and you will learn to love and be loved.2 days ago
Glenna Lorayne MooneyYou can see that his eyes are much better ... but even that isn't as remarkable as his gaze is. Horatio is in the here and now! And looking right back. Good wee man! Something is going right. I hope he regains some of his curly fur on his little nose ... many hugs to all! 💕💕💕💕💕💕2 days ago · 2
Marie WilsonYou couldn't be in a better place.. lots of love from everyone and care. Thanks you2 days ago
Diane Abolsmy heart breaks at all the RESCUED WITH LOVE stories...... but I know that there’s always a happier ending for these little souls... be it a short taste of love, warmth & loving care & for others, many years of a happy life.. just keep doing what you all do best!!!!! 🙏🙏💙💖🐾🐾💫💫2 days ago · 2
Yvonne GerrardThankyou for caring . Horatio will get there but obviously it will time .2 days ago · 1
Patricia LaveryPlease let Horatio know we are sending lots of love and encouragement. Like “Gracie”, and her updates could if possible and time permits, have “Horatio”, updates on his progress please🐾🐾💕💕 Lastly, if any financial support is required I personally am happy to make a small donation on a regular basis. Just say the word, your love and care for these “love-bugs”is priceless. Keep up the most wonderful work you all do🤗🤗🤗2 days ago · 3
Christine McdonaldThe main thing is he is safe and will be loved for the rest of his life.He is gorgeous2 days ago · 3
Jane HendersonPoor little darling. Last year i rescued numerous older dogs who'd been so terribly neglected. Some were really shut down and had quite a few issues, i can't express the joy when they started to thrive. We thought one was beyond hope but he came to me after a month of wandering in a foster carer's home, appeared to have dementia etc (he'd come straight from an owner following recent vet visit). I watched him do the same here and thought his time might be up (at 14) and then i thought to just trim the long fringe over his eyes - suddenly he was transformed into a normal dog - he simply hadn't been able to see ...... I really hope the same for this dear little soul, so he can get some joy and pain free days into his life xx2 days ago · 1
Kathy Cummings HuffmanHe is very handsome, oily ears and all! I am such a sucker for the black button eyes!2 days ago · 1
Darlene Horstmannit breaks my heart to see these poor babies suffer . thank you for all you do ..... my baby passed over the bridge at 15, she was both blind and deaf, BUT she died with me holding her and knowing I loved her with all my heart and would have done anything I could to save her..... her last effort was to kiss my cheek, she understood and so did I .... RIP my sweet baby Liebchen..2 days ago · 2
Forrest - the divine sublime has a house check today. Go Forrest! We hope its the one! ... See MoreSee Less
Update on the gorgeous ex RWL girl Millie from Mum Emily! She is enjoying life and learning lots of lessons in the park - she is going great guns and is loving her favourite toy there as you can see! ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful ex RWL boy Timmy enjoying his day at the park with Mum Joanna. Living the dream hey? x ... See MoreSee Less
Jan StillsOh he looks beautiful now and bet he is enjoying every minute of being loved and pampered1 day ago
An update on Maimie.
As you know Maimie is about 14 yo and is blind from cataracts. Today we had her checked over at the Eye Specialist and together on advice of the specialists we have decided not to do the surgery to try and restore her sight.
There are a few reasons - Maimie is happy and healthy and living life comfortably as she is. Her cataracts sadly have been in place for a very long time making them extremely difficult to remove sadly. It is not any more than a 70% chance she would see again and not have complications. The complications are extremely severe such as glaucoma.
At 14 years if anything went wrong we would have to put her under for more eye surgery. Meanwhile Maimie has fantastic quality of life.
So we decided now - let Maimie live her happy and gorgeous life the way she is.
And the good news is - she has a house check. So fingers crossed. We will let you know how she goes. I hope you are all understanding of our decision - which is purely for Maimie and her life quality. Much love x ... See MoreSee Less
Irene LindbergGorgeous Maimie hope you find your forever home real soon sending you big hugs and prayers2 days ago · 1
Susan StantonMaimie you are beautiful , hope the house check goes well love and hugs xxx💗2 days ago · 1
Lois HincksMaisie, you are a doll, life will be great for you, good luck with your house check ❤❤2 days ago
Cathie HuxtableI just love Maimie she just speaks to me somehow, if you know what I mean. I know Kae doesn't like anyone saying I would take a dog but......but Maime is one I would in a heartbeat under different circumstances. RWL I would never question your decision for an animal as its always the right one ❤2 days ago · 1
Two littlies, Jack and Lucy have been at RSPCA Portland for quite some time.
Please give them a share!!! xx
All enquiries to the RSCPA (details are on their website).
Lucy www.rspcavic.org/adoption/animal-detail/Jack-Russell-Terrier/Lucy/53582 ... See MoreSee Less
Gail HallI see so many little dogs that need loving home. but. They have to be adoped in Victoria. Why2 days ago
Bev GreenwoodHey Jae, yeah Shymn would love Lucy, you should take her home. I hope both little dogs find loving homes. 😊2 days ago · 1
Gary LintzEveryone deserves a home of their own, please adopt. Please don't over look a older dog.23 hours ago
Could you help? With lots of large dogs, like Gracie here, some of our food supplies are very low. Monetary donations are always useful, but we know there are many who like to give in other ways. The most urgent items on our wish list are: - Premium Adult dry dog food and Diet dry dog food – Some examples of premium food are Black Hawk, Advance, Hills, Eukanuba, Coprice, EaglePack, Holistic, Wellness, Meals for Mutts, Ivory Coat, etc. Why are we specific with our food? Many animals enter the shelter in poor condition, feeding them a good quality diet really helps. We buy our own commercial dog food rolls, so we don’t need wet dog food (tins). You can drop donations into the shelter at 36 Weir St Glen Iris, Vic or have them delivered. ***please note delivery needs to be within our office hours 9am-5pm (7 days). We thank you for your kindness from Gracie – and All at Save-A-Dog Scheme www.saveadog.org.au
Ex RWL bubba Jack aka Giacomo out at Altona beach for a picnic lunch last weekend. Sun hat on, sitting on mummas knee, up at the table loving life. 😎 ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday morning I heard a scream and raced into the study to find Smuglet non responsive - all the babies standing around her growling. I picked up her floppy body, her little eyes open and unseeing and cuddled her until she came to. Her heart is failing - and having a faint like this I know will happen - it just scares the pants off me, and makes me helicopter for the rest of the day.
Afterwards I popped her on the bed and she sat with me until I had finished RWL stuff on the computer and then picked her up to take her downstairs which she promptly snarled, and bit the fingers that feed her. That's when I knew she was feeling better. :)
Yesterday afternoon saw her outside up at the fence giving the neighbours a serious talking to - and she gave Lunez the don't argue during dinner. Things are apparently back to normal.......
Mayo was unwell earlier in the week - she is quite frail now with kidney and heart failure - and after having an accident in her bed (the holy trinity - poo wee vomit) and trying to clean it up with her face because she gets so upset she tries to cover it up I was fronted with a dog with the natural matter on her face in the morning - along with a bloodied nose where she had scraped it on the wall in her efforts to tidy up.
She didn't fight or go stiff when I gently bathed her and patted her nose with cotton balls to get rid of the blood then popped some cream on to soothe it. It was warm and she sat in the sun and dried off and dozed and by dinner time she wanted a little to eat.
Mayo can have anything she wants at this stage - and what she ate yesterday doesn't mean she will like it the following day - so with several lots of offers - none suitable and asked husband to shoot up to the supermarket for the greasy completely unsuitable roast chicken which did the trick. Getting a dog with kidney failure to eat is hard - and medicating them is even harder. I rang our lovely vet Dylan and we have organised to have some heart meds and anti nausea meds made into drops to put in her food. I hope this will make it easier for her (and for me) and keep her even more comfortable. Mayo also has a skin issue that breaks down constantly - yeast and other nasty stuff - with her compromised little body we are always treating it - so 7 lots of meds for Mayo for one thing and another - but rest assured - this morning the cool weather here, I hoped the side gate and out trotted Maize - tail up, head down sniffing - happily peeing on my new plants. AND she took her meds with pretty much no issue (this morning Smuglet was not having it - and decided to spit out her vetmedin as i chase her around the room with the others trying to eat it as they think its a treat, and she is snarling at them (but she doesn't want the food with the meds of course!)
With five out of 8 dogs on medication for life - you can I'm looking for a very simple and easy way to get everyone medicated with little fuss. And you should see the chart - its updated a lot. :) When you medicate three or four times a day - it can be limiting - but these are our choices right?
And people ask me what I do all day.........:) ... See MoreSee Less
Mary Perkinsand I only have 2 on meds .... and while they are happy to be here and the meds are keeping them going - then that is what we do. I plan my day around morning and afternoon ... home midday to give meds :)3 days ago
Cathy Said LaurenceOur Chihuahua was hard to medicate with Vetmedin so I had to crush it and mix with a bit of milk/water and put it into a syringe3 days ago
Robyn McNallyOMG - what a wonderful person you are. Those pups are so lucky to have you. They are worth all the effort - so sweet.3 days ago · 3
Kimberly GermanMy dog, Wrigley, passes out after coughing due to a collapsing trachea. It is so awful to hold that limp body and try to blow air into the tiny mouth and nose, all the while your own heart feels like it is going to burst through your chest. Just awful! My other dog, Fenway, has epilepsy and seizes frequently. Again, holding a tiny body in your hands that you cannot help. It is heartbreaking. Each time I wonder if this will be the time I lose one of my babies. I feel for you. It is heartbreaking and hard on us as well.3 days ago · 3
Jude LaceyThank you...you are a beautiful soul....those babies love you for your caring.3 days ago · 1
Victoria SpangleI find your posts so inspirational and how special you and your co workers my heart goes out to you and bubbies xxx3 days ago · 1
Anne EvansKae, with all my years in rescue the one thing that helped me with meds is anchovette, sometimes known as "pecks paste", normally with the other spreads in the supermarket ... Little bit on a teaspoon, pop in the pill, puppy should just lick it off , 98% of the time it works a treat!3 days ago · 1
Jill RossMy girl is 15 and on heart medication. I didn't know this could happen. The vet has not told me whats ahead.3 days ago
Gloria LoweBless you and i do know the whole scenerio..when you have been through..you can look back and laugh..almost like a comedy!3 days ago
Steph BradyKeep up the good work guys, you do an amazing job! We're still ready & eagerly waiting to adopt Harlow from you? 😍🐕3 days ago · 2
Anne MckeonSmuglet you are worth all the struggles beautiful girl and Kae you are a saint.3 days ago · 1
How can you not love this face!!! Still happy, still cheeky, still beautiful. Hazel! ... See MoreSee Less
This is Trent, Trent is just a really lovely old fella. Trent is happy, friendly, is good with other dogs and is quite spritely. Trent's greatest joy is just to be around you. Trent is a Border Collie x Male, approx 12 years old. To enquire about adoption please call us any day between 9-5 on (03) 9824 7928 or 0418 389 810 (but please don't text).
Aj SandersWe adopted senior dogs, they are the best ,need no or little training and just want love... NZ , hope this gorgeous boy gets a good loving home real soon3 days ago · 3
Kaz WadeWhat a beautiful anniversary tribute! How lucky are you all and how lucky is Kelvin :) :) Just beautiful5 days ago
Joy BloomWonderful pictures. Kelvin looks very contented and happy! Thankyou so much for sharing🤗💞💞4 days ago
Patricia TeagerWhat a contented, happy boy now. What a lovely start to my day seeing him so relaxed.4 days ago
The beautiful Harlow:
He's a dancer, a prancer a spinner and a snuggler.
He utterly adores company. That's his main thing in life, being with you, so is looking for a home where you are around.
He's quite the personality. He loves his walks, runs madly around the house playing with his toys.
He'd be happy as an only dog but 'could' fit in ok with the right match with another small female. He can take a little while to warm to new dogs, but once he likes them and knows them he's good.
Harlow has a heart murmur which requires ongoing medication (vetmedin) twice daily.
He's oh such a happy chappy just looking for his place to call home where he is doted on.
Fill in an adoption form on our website www.rescuedwithlove.org/adoption-form/ ... See MoreSee Less
Michelle BleazbyDianne Sewell Bleazby Noel Bleazby Tilly can have someone to play with💕5 days ago · 1
Darlene Horstmannwish you were in the states - this little guy is adorable and I know someone who could love him to pieces ..... ME!3 days ago · 1
Jude GeorgeOh Harlow you could come and live here with "Wilson" our rescue boy, but unfortunately wrong sex 😥1 day ago
Dad wasn't working today so we spent lots of time outside in the sun. I go out through the dog door to go to the toilet all by myself without coaxing now and love chasing a ball! 48 hours in and I am settling in remarkably well - Nikki Noodle 😘 ... See MoreSee Less
Glenna Lorayne MooneyWhat a big girl ... going out the door by yourself! You look so hsppy with your Daddy ... xoxoxo6 days ago · 1
Sharon AnthonyAlright Nikki Noodle. You know that you are very much loved and safe. Hugs little one. ❤6 days ago · 1
Jodi BergerThis beautiful photo made my day. So happy for Nicky Noodle and her new family......6 days ago · 1
Fresh out of the bath, ex RWL bub, pretty Penny-Pipper's ready for a primp and preen (try saying that fast)!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Rescued With Love added 2 new photos.
Ex RWL bubs Chloe and Honey on holiday. They're waiting for the waiter to bring their Margaritas. ... See MoreSee Less
Rodney Asher"Excuse me Bellboy, could we get an umbrella thanks!" "And how are our drinks coming along?" <36 days ago · 1
We are absolutely devastated. After such good news, having restored Hazels eyesight, sadly today it was confirmed that the infection everyone has been battling to get on top of over the last week has caused severe detachment of the retina. The infection now thankfully has cleared, it was a bad one, but she has lost her vision in that eye. We are heartbroken!
We cannot thank foster mum Jo for going above and beyond for this little girl, with her round the clock care for Hazel, dropping her off and picking her up from the vet daily and to the amazing team at Melbourne Eye Vet who share our devastation. They have been fighting so hard for her.
Thankfully, although Hazel has the beginning of a cataract in her second eye she still has good eyesight in that one. Through consultation with the specialists, because she still has good vision in it and not wanting to risk it now she only has one good eye, they recommend we do not do further surgery unless she loses the vision in it. This may not happen for years and years, which means potentially at her age it may never go completely blind or, it could happen very quickly. There are also potential issues that can occur because of the detachment of the retina, which can be helped with medication but we need to keep an eye on that, should it come to a stage that her eye needs to be removed.
So with your permission, we’d like to put aside the rest of the donations made for her, whether she’s adopted or still in our care, we’d like to keep an eye on her and if things are deteriorating over the next 6 – 12 months, use this money toward any further necessary surgery. We feel we owe it to her to see things through for her if needed. If it doesn’t look like she’ll need it, she is still seeing well, and her cataract stays small, then we’d use these funds toward veterinary needs of other dogs in our care. Of course if you’d like a refund please just let us know. This money was donated by you and it’s important you are happy with how it is used.
Thank you to every single person who has contributed in any way to try to help us restore Hazel’s eyesight we are so sorry it didn’t go the way we planned. ... See MoreSee Less
Cathie HuxtableThere's nothing to be sorry about. The money will always be put to good use !!6 days ago · 3
Anne Phelangod bless precious one ❤️ god bless all who care for these babies and give them love , compassion and medical help ❤️6 days ago
Lynda ClohessyPrecious little thing. At least she has sight in one eye. You guys are all fantastic.6 days ago
Kay Patricia CaddyPlease go ahead and do what you mentioned above for hazel re funds for her possible eye surgery ahead etc. You will use the funds well I`m sure of that. Thank You to all for the help and effort to save her eye, you all did the very best for her.6 days ago
Joy BloomPoor Hazel. Thank goodness she still has sight in the other eye. Yes ,please keep the money aside in case it is needed for her in the future.😪💞💞6 days ago
Elizabeth BaulchPoor little poppet. Hope she feels better soon and that the other eye stays good for her. She is such a sweetheart.6 days ago
Kathy WalshGutted for little Hazel but at least she has the other eye. God bless little Hazel, brave girl! My malt cross had a similar issue, h's gone on now, but know the heartache6 days ago
The adorable Honey has settled in to her new home beautifully :) ... See MoreSee Less
Marie RobertsIt is a credit to the angels at RWL that these furbabes settle so well into their new homes....just shows how much love and care they receive to make them so confident and trusting. Raise a glass to the RWL angels xxxx7 days ago · 1
Marie HuA pretty, mature lady needs a cosy, safe bed. It looks like Honey is saying 'Thank you!' to her lovely new family. And thank you, RWL ,for making this happen.7 days ago
Jeanette LutherTo see dogs that are rescues feeling so relaxed in their new homes is a credit to all that help them to move forward with their new lives7 days ago
Rescued With Love added 2 new photos.
Someone's looking very comfy. Nikki Noodle hasn't taken any time to settle in to her new home. She and her new fur brother Harry have shared lots of tail wags and sniffs, had a big play, walks together and her appetite is certainly fine! She's one happy little girl :D ... See MoreSee Less
Jeanette LutherIt’s great that she has settled so quickly must feel comfortable and feel the good vibs7 days ago · 1
Rescued With Love added 2 new photos.
Foster mum Sharon caught up with her ex foster girl Rosa who is still going strong. We love you baby girl!
Rosa's mum Joy has also made some blankets ready for our Cake and Cookies Christmas Stall coming up on the 25th November. Thank you Joy they're beautiful. ... See MoreSee Less
Sharon PriceOhhh Bless You Sweet Little Girl, You've Come so Far with the Help of all of You Angels ❤7 days ago · 1
Joy BloomRosa is looking good and ready for tongue out Tuesday😜 Those blankets are absolutely gorgeous💞6 days ago · 1
Rosemarie WadeltonBeautiful Rosa. So wonderful to see you looking so healthy. You are obviously living the life 💗💗💗6 days ago
Daisy JonesRosa is looking fantastic. Who would have thought after the state she came into care.4 days ago
Hello Maimie here. My foster mum took me to the vet yesterday. She felt I deserved a treat after that, so that's exactly what I got. A lovely day was had by all, especially me. I'm usually a very sweet, easy going girl, however I feel I could get used to being spoilt like this, so from now on I do expect if there is a vet visit, it will be followed by a day equally as lovely.... got it? ;) ... See MoreSee Less
Shelley DuncanThat is the truth Maime. A visit to the vet must be followed by a truely delightful day. Way to go girl.1 week ago
Jodi BergerMaimie , glad you had a special day.your mommy is as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside.1 week ago
Cathie HuxtableOh Maimie I just love you to bits and your foster mum is gorgeous. Hope you are more comfortable with things and not so scared and worried ❤1 week ago · 1
Yesterday was also the beginning of another "happily ever after", when our sweet little girl Nikki Noodle, headed off with her new mum Leanne and dad Anthony. Nikki came to us with cancerous mammary tumours. Without treatment her life may have had a very different outcome. We know there's no guarantees and her new mum and dad understand that too, but for now our little girl is cancer free and about to start the beginning of the rest of her fabulous life. ... See MoreSee Less
Jacqueline MathewsonLovely photo. Very heart-warming. Best wishes to Nikki and family.1 week ago · 1
Lyn CramerSo happy for you Nikki and bless you Leanne and Anthony for giving Nikki a happy ever after1 week ago · 2
Judy GurrSo happy for you sweet Nikki!! All the best with your furever Mom and Dad!❤️🐾🐾❤️🇨🇦1 week ago · 2
Vickie DaileyNikki Noodle looks so happy thank you for caring enough to take her home with you1 week ago · 1
It's official. Honey is adopted. She's moved in with the absolutely fabulous ex RWL bub Ricky Martin. They may not quite be livin la vida loca (the crazy life), but they'll certainly be livin la vida feliz (the happy life).
We could not be happier with Honey's choice of family :D ... See MoreSee Less
Anne MckeonHello Mr Martin now you have but your own Honey, Honey you show him who is boss baby girl.1 week ago
Jacqueline MathewsonLovely family photo. Very heart-warming. Lucky Honey and Ricky Martin.1 week ago
Wendy GrimstonWonderful news for Honey and great to see Ricky Martin doing so well too! ❤️💙1 week ago
Pamela ClarkGreat to see Ricky so well, honey has scored a great forever home as well.💗1 week ago · 1
Joy BloomWow, Honey and Ricky Martin, and a great mum and dad! One great family right there🤗💞1 week ago · 1
Patricia TonnerSuch happy news !!! Thank everyone at RWL A special thank you to the wonderful new Family. Bless you for giving this little girl a new beginning 💞💞💞1 week ago
I have no teeth. But I like to fossick for bones. And I found some old ones dug in the garden and I like to bring them inside. Nom nom nom. Slerp Slerp. Schlep Schlep.
Love Maimie. xxx ... See MoreSee Less
Lyn CramerHi Maimie my furbaby has no teeth either but it doesn't stop her from eating chop bones. I see you do a good job as well and yes of course bones need to come inside. My baby loves to eat hers on the carpet but I don't mind.1 week ago
Hazel GoodnightAnd didn't you tell us this little one is blind? Or almost blind. Little darling.1 week ago
Nikki Noodle heading off to her new home. Thank you Mum and Dad Bron and Terry for their wonderful work. We look forward to Nikki Noodle updates in the future!! x ... See MoreSee Less
Katrina Freehave a wonderful life Nikki and congratulations to the new family xxx so lucky1 week ago
Hazel, after all your amazing generosity to remove the cataract from her eye has an ulcer that is threatening her sight. She has been in the clinic all week - Mum Jo is driving twice a day to drop her off and pick her up and then back the next morning and now we are advised that she will need to be there all next week and quite possibly the week after. To say we are all feeling the pinch is pretty much the truth.
Please know we are doing all we can. And our eye specialists.
Fingers are crossed. ... See MoreSee Less
Rari ZadehSweey Hazel! We all have our fingers and toes crossed for you. Thankyou RWL and Foster mum Jo for all that you are doing 💛💛💛1 week ago
Lynda ClohessyPoor little sweetheart. Thank goodness for RWL and foster mum. She looks so adorable with her pink bling bow.1 week ago
Gwen ConnorWell done for your compassion plus the physical work and driving you have to do for this little one. I so hope Hazel is soon healed and has some sight.1 week ago
Darling Harlow has had two adoptions pull out through no fault of his own. We still are looking for the perfect Harlow family!
Harlow is 8 years old and divine. (He loves his Monkey:)) He has a heart murmur and is on Vetmedin for life to ease the blood flow across the heart - but is not in heart failure! Plenty more beats to go!
Please read his profile on our page at www.rescuedwithlove.org and you can apply for him there too!
Lets find Harlow a home. STAT! ... See MoreSee Less
Anne MckeonHarlow I am so sorry to hear your news the person who gets you will be very lucky1 week ago
Gary LintzHarlow wants : needs a home of his own. Please open your heart & home to Harlow. Don't turn your back on him, he deserves a comfortable & loving life.1 week ago · 1
Kerry SuttonHeart issues like hubby, angio today 😍 You'll both live a long & happy life with medical help, love & patience ❤️1 week ago
Sweet little Hazel
We are hoping…praying, that today we get some good news with Hazel’s eye. It’s been a very scary few days with a bad infection. We can’t thank foster mum Jo enough for her dedication to this little girl with twice daily trips to the eye specialists, round the clock care with drops, tablets and of course cuddles.
Things are physically looking a lot better today but we’re hoping that we’ll get confirmation she is out of the woods, fingers, toes and everything crossed for a good result today!
Here is our little darling, not quite ready to wake up for her morning appointment this morning, she’s all tuckered out! ... See MoreSee Less
Vicki OlsenThank you mum Jo for helping Hazel to hopefully get rid of this infection 💗 sending love1 week ago