Homes for Our Special Needs Animals
From time to time the Bannock Humane Society fosters animals who have Special Needs. The animal might have a communicable disease such as Feline AIDS or Feline Leukemia (FELV). These diseases are not a problem for humans, but are dangerous in the cat population. Other animals might be elderly and have health issues. These special needs animals want to be loved and cared for just like any other living being. They just have a unique history or medical situation. Take Meiley Mae for example….
Meiley Mae ~ The Sweetest Girl in Town
Meet Meiley Mae. She is a beautiful chocolate Labrador Retriever who is a very special girl. Though Meiley Mae has only three legs, she lives every day to the fullest and does not allow this challenge keep her down. This lovely senior dog is papered and earnestly looking for a permanent loving home to call her own.
Meiley Mae came to the Bannock Humane Society because of a divorce; she is an innocent bystander. There were multiple dogs in the family, and since she was the last addition, seems to be the one that has to find a new home now. We are hoping someone will have a special space in their home and heart for such a calm and mellow girl.
This dog loves everyone and is good with other dogs and other smaller critters as well. She is not bothered by cats, which is so mature of her. Meiley Mae is a very patient sweetheart and is waiting for the opportunity of her life now. Will that opportunity be with you?