It’s never too late for love.
For elderly dogs, the aches and pains of old age make it hard to live on the street, competing with youngsters for food, needing extra naps, often feeling quite inward.
When they become injured or ill, they don’t have the strength to take care of themselves. That’s why it is such a privilege for us to get rescue requests for the very old angels out there. We’ve given permanent sanctuary–forever homes–to many old and disabled dogs.
Meet 4 of these very special forever friends–Prince, Ziggy, Cooper and Masala. And get ready to fall in love again! Fairy tales, can come true, it can happen to you, if you’re young at heart…
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A woman commented:”Every single person who volunteers or works for Animal Aid, I don’t know any of you or your names but I HAVE to tell you the appreciation and love I have in my heart for you all is so big I feel my heart could EXPLODE!! Thank you ❤️”
Another replied:”Okay guys this one made me cry. You guys are incredible. The senior dogs are my favorites and the fact that you are bringing joy and happiness at the end of their earthly journey brings so much happiness to my heart.”
One said on YouTube:”Thank you so much. Living on the streets is tough. You have to admire their tenacity, to have actually survived to old age at all. I am so pleased their twilight years will be comfortable. With food, medical care and love. Thank you so much for giving them a forever home.”
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