Thursday, 30 April 2009

I recently adopted a dog from NHA named Snuffles (now named Georgia). I just want you to know she's found a great home, and she is doing great. She can already sit, shake, and stay. She's extremely intelligent, and even though I've only had her for a couple of days, she won't let me leave her sight...She goes nuts when I leave for work in the morning. Luckily, I have roommates who work nights so she has company almost 24/7. I am very happy to have adopted her.

I will bring her in for a visit in a month or so.

Kevin J. McCauley

Posted on 04/30/2009 by NHA
Thursday, 30 April 2009

On April 25, 2008, I visited NHA to find a new friend. I had lost a cat, "Ravi," several years prior. I felt I was ready to open my heart up to a furry friend. I came in with my boyfriend, and we both fell in love with a darling, black and white cat you called "Peggy Sue."

I took her home, and we began to get to know each other. I renamed her "Madaline" and began to spoil her rotten! She was a little shy at first, she liked to hide under the bed when people came over, but now she is into everything! She loves sitting in the window and talking to the birds, playing with toys, and laying in my boyfriend's lap.

I just want to say THANK YOU! I wish I could take all of the animals home!
Again, thank you, Heather Day

Posted on 04/30/2009 by NHA
Friday, 3 April 2009

It all started with a lunch trip to Nashville Humane Association. I had been there a few times before, but never really felt a connection with any of the pets. In September 2008, a friend and I went to look again, and that's when I saw Blitz, a 3yr old German Shepherd. He hung his head low as if to say, - I know no one wants me, because I'm too old or just not what they are looking for.

I passed him up to look at a very upbeat dog named Mater. I took Mater out to get acquainted. As I returned him to his room, my eyes locked with Blitz's. Again, he hung his head and sighed. So I asked if I could take him out, and of course - yes' was the answer. I got a leash and went towards Blitz's cage. As he saw me coming toward him, he jumped and wagged his tail. We went out back for a few minutes, and I knew then Blitz would be coming home with me. I have no idea what has happened in his lifetime but there was great sadness and fear. I am happy to say now he is gaining weight, happy, and he wants to be near me and his house partner, Sanchez. He is indeed a 70lb lapdog, yet very protective of Sanchez and me. I m so happy I went in that day.

Thank you for all you do for animals everywhere. I will adopt again.
Proud owner of Blitz, Tina Wadkins

Posted on 04/03/2009 12:00 AM by NHA
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