PATA'S LATEST NEWS
MEET OUR NEWEST RESCUE: STAR
Star is a beautiful 1 year old female.
She was found on the beach by herself and has been rescued by an adorable couple who alerted PATA about her terrible condition right away. Star is suffering from tick fever. She also had botflies and a neurological side effect of tick fever. It was really hard for her to move around and she had a lot of coordination issues.
She's currently under treatment and hopefully will feel better soon. Can't wait to tell you more about this sweetheart!
HAPPY 4TH ANNIVERSARY
PATA is celebrating its 4th anniversary. What started as just a little help around the community has become the beautiful non profit that we know of today.
While we're incredibly grateful to have helped more than 250 dogs over the years, we also notice that a lot of other doggies and kitties still need our help.
We couldn't have done it without you. And we won't be able to keep going without you.
Thanks for supporting us back then, and thanks for supporting us now.
MEET ELLA CANELA & BENJI
They're both one year old and both came to PATA in a pretty bad shape.
Ella Canela has a rare condition that got our vets pretty puzzled. We're starting an experimental treatment that will hopefully help her feel better soon.
Benji was covered in ticks, suffers from tick fever and anemia.
They both have a long way to go.
CHLOE'S PUPPIES ARE HERE!
Our amazing girl Chloe gave birth to 6 beautiful pups!
Everything went really well and we can already tell she's a great mom.
We can't wait to see them open their eyes, discover the world and the wonderful life that's ahead!
OFF TO CANADA!
We took Otis & Trixie on a little road trip to Liberia this wednesday!
They made it safe and sound to Canada.
Trixie is enjoying her new life with her family and Otis is making friends at his new foster home.
We can't wait for him to be adopted!
LIFE IS FULL OF SURPRISES!
When we rescued Chloe a couple of weeks ago, she was incredibly skinny, withdrawn and scared.
While she's been recovering pretty quickly, we didn't expect that bringing her to the vet in order to get her spayed would end up being a pregnancy announcement.
While it was a shock at first, we can't wait to meet them!