January 28, 2012

SAFE!!XXX URGENT!! IL, Chicago "Jazzie" Senior with Cataracts




JAZZIE
13 yrs, 30 lbs, spayed
has cateracts but still has pretty good vision
great with other dogs
probably no small kids just due to her vision issue and
possibly being startled
comes with leash and crate
owner had emergency heart surgery, can not care for Jazzie.
her other 2 pets have been rehomed.
BUT JAZZIE IS GOING TO THE SHELTER!
please - she doesn't deserve to die in a noisy, smelly pound

just because her owner is elderly and ill!Please pass on to all you know. This is so sad. Owner of this dog went into hospital for emergency heart surgery several weeks ago and is still hooked up to machines and not fully conscious. Doctors have not given up hope but even if she does wake up, she will need much rehab. The boarder can no longer keep her pets. We have found placements for two of her pets but poor, sweet Jazzie still needs a home. If she is not rehomed by the 28th they are going to bring her to the shelter. Even though she is still in good health and full of energy, her age makes it not likely for her to be adopted from the shelter.
More on Jazzie...

Jazzie (Jasmine) is 13 years old, crate trained, housebroken, up to date on her shots, has cataracts but doesn’t let it stop her, still sees pretty good and is very energetic. Approximately 30 pounds, definitely on the small side and loves to be in your lap! Her owner is 82 years old and went in for emergency heart surgery. Unfortunately, she cannot return home and will not be able to care for pets any longer. Jazzie is a wonderful dog who truly deserves a good home. She has been with a boarder in Mokena whom her owner knows and trusts for 3 weeks and time is running out. If we don’t find her a home soon she will have to go to PAWS.

Jazzie is spayed and is great with other dogs. Boarder thought it would probably be best if she was not around small kids as they might move too fast and if she doesn’t see them coming due to cataracts she might snap because they startle her. She comes with a leash and crate. If Jazzie finds a home locally (Chicago area), I will offer a free private training session to help her transition to her new home.

Please keep this email going and send to all your contacts. Jazzie needs your help and time is running out. If you are able to provide her a permanent or foster home, please contact Sue at:


Contact:

susan.buhle@comcast.net or
via phone at (708) 645-0561
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1 comment:

  1. Has she found a home yet or os she at a shelter now?

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