"Little Mickey"
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We make every effort possible to find homes for the many homeless animals abandoned into our care everyday! You can help by liking us on Facebook with the link above and be sure to click the link to our Petfinder Home Page, where all of our adoptable animals may be viewed. We are also in the regular rotation for "Adopt-A-Pet" shown on WJBF ABC TV Augusta Channel 6 every Wednesday at 12:30 pm! Our Amazing Volunteers are shown below with WJBF news staffer, Dee Griffin, Adopt-A-Pet Coordinator Mrs. Sawyer, assisted by Mrs. Lyle!
This program is made possible by the generosity of ABC WJBF & news anchor Mary Morrison and the efforts of the Adopt-A-Pet coordinator Mrs. Anne Sawyer who is assisted on many occasions by long time friend and fellow Augusta animal activist Mrs. Avis Rollings Lyle.
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Dee Griffin
Southern Souls
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One of our first rescues was Mickey, an adorable 3 month old pit bull puppy. Mickey was found wandering along the railroad tracks and brought in to the local shelter. He had a severe head wound which looked to be made by a claw hammer. Mickey was in our care for a couple of months and his health seemed to be turning a corner and improving. But as fate would have it, his wounds were much too severe and he couldn't fight any longer.Our vet said that even if Mickey had survived, he would have had severe brain damage. To this day, Mickey is still very much with us in our hearts. He not only had an impact on us, but there were also hundreds of people on Facebook that were following his progress on a daily basis. Animal Rescue is not an easy task and it can easily bring you down. Pulling an animal from a shelter is both very rewarding and heartbreaking because we walk by the kennels with tears pouring down our face, knowing that we can't save them all. We do what we do not only for Mickey, but also for all of the other animals who so desperately need our help. These precious, innocent babies can't fight for themselves so we fight for them.Our vet said that even if Mickey had survived, he would have had severe brain damage. To this day, Mickey is still very much with us in our hearts. He not only had an impact on us, but there were also hundreds of people on Facebook that were following his progress on a daily basis. Animal Rescue is not an easy task and it can easily bring you down. Pulling an animal from a shelter is both very rewarding and heartbreaking because we walk by the kennels with tears pouring down our face, knowing that we can't save them all. We do what we do not only for Mickey, but also for all of the other animals who so desperately need our help. These precious, innocent babies can't fight for themselves so we fight for them.
Meet Rascal...
He is an adorable 21 year old Chi saved from a High Kill Shelter after being owner surrendered!! Can you imagine that!! It is incomprehensible that some one could take any 21 year old dog and abandon it at a kill shelter! Thanks to Southern Souls little Rascal has been saved and has already found a new and loving home to call his own.. If you would like to help Southern Souls continue to save vulnerable and abandoned companion animals please help by donating. Any amount in any form is most welcome!!
Rascal has a new home & little "brother" to keep him company!
Please check out our deserving pets..
They are looking for someone to love them forever!! Are you the one???
We would love to hear from you....
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Southern Souls Rescue
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