Adopting a pet is a great way to add to your pet family! Worcester Animal recently shared the story of Maddie who was adopted after spending time in the shelter.
Here is Maddie’s story
This six year old rottweiler girl was brought into the shelter when her owner was suddenly relocated and unable to bring her. Maddie is used to living alone with one person. Besides her beautiful look, Maddie has an adorable and playful personality. When She arrived at the shelter it was clear that she was a little “different.” When she walks she has very exaggerated steps, sometimes she looses her balance and sometimes she falls down. Our veterinary’s here think Maddie has been experiencing this for a long time and may have sort of neurological disorder. This does not slow her down from enjoying life to the fullest! The best home for his sweetheart will be a quiet and relaxed home with no other animals and no small children. If you think Maddie may be a good fit for your family, come down and meet this beauty.
Maddie, Rotti mix did find her new home recently and is adjusting
We had a good first night!! She is eating and seems comfortable. Trouble with the hard wood floor but she’ll adjust I think. She def has her own personality and will growl if you are too touchy feely but that’s her way!! Love her
About Worcester Animal Rescue League
Since our founding in 1912, the Worcester Animal Rescue League (WARL) has been dedicated to the care of the animals who provide so much for their human companions.
Founded initially by a group of women determined to save overworked and abused farm horses, WARL’s services have expanded and changed to protect, care, and love our cats and dogs throughout Central Massachusetts. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated champions to this cause and act as caretakers for the animals and educators to their human counterparts. We also work with foster homes, rescue groups, and other shelters nationwide to place animals in the best possible environment.
Without your support, however, nothing we do would be possible. WARL is a non-profit organization and your donations of money, time, supplies, homes, and love are vital to our cause and the lives of the animals in our care. Our sincerest thanks.
Worcester Animal Rescue League is committed to making adoption a success for both the adopter and the animal.Your safety and the safety, happiness and well-being of our shelter animals are our top priority.
When you are ready to adopt, you will receive your adoption folder, where we’ve enclosed tips, tricks and solutions to the most common issues people face with new pets. Feel free to call the shelter at 508-853-0030 or email us with any questions!
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