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Looking To Adopt A Pet?

My Daisy came from the Three Sisters and A Brother Animal Rescue. They have pets that need homes. They need forever families that will love them and treat them with kindness and compassion. If you go to their facebook, you can see many of the animals that need homes.

One thing I love about this rescue is I know the person doing it and know how dedicated she is to finding good homes for these babies. She does not just hand them over to anyone.  So, if you are looking for a good pet, contact this rescue and look at the pets.

Please get your pets from Rescues instead of buying from breeders. I know with Three Sisters and A Brother Rescue that the animals are taken good care of once they are rescued. They are checked by a vet, given shots, fixed and cleaned up. They are also checked for their temperament to be around other animals or children. Even if you have to pay a transport fee to get a pet that you seem to find an instant connect with, it is worth it.

jills babies

The picture above shows  Jill’s pets that the Rescue is named after.

March 8, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , ,


  1. Our Baxter was the center of our life until he became ill due to the careless action of the groomer who allowed him to fall or worse from the groomer table. He suffered and recovered from a “hanging” from this groomer. He lived another three years with constant visits to the vet and expensive meds. We loved our little guy and still do as we keep his cremated remains close. God bless these people who offer an ability to pets for another loving home. We have considered adopting another pet, but we realize we are in the declining years and worry what would happen to our pet – who we would treat as a member of our family if they should outlive us.
    So, we love the granddogs and those we see in living families, saying a prayer for those who still need a loving home.
    God bless.

    Comment by Ray's Mom | March 9, 2013 | Reply

    • If I were alone, I would have gotten an older dog because then we could go through our declining years together. We got Daisy, who is 4 months because she is son’s and my dog and so I knew if something happened to me, Daisy will be with him. So, I understand your quandry. Hugs

      Comment by danLrene ©2011 | March 9, 2013 | Reply

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