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Kitten Domestic Shorthair Domestic Long Hair (mixed)

***Please note the Facebook album linked at the bottom of this information.  Kittens who are of age and are available for adoption are l... show more

***Please note the Facebook album linked at the bottom of this information.  Kittens who are of age and are available for adoption are listed there in REAL TIME.  This means if there are not any kittens listed in the album, we do not have any for adoption at this time***   Because kittens get adopted quickly during certain times of the year, they often turn over faster than we can do individual listings for them and so we add them to this album when they are available.  If there are not any kittens in the album, we do not have any available for adoption.  Kittens are generally available for adoption between June and Sept/Oct most years in what we call "kitten season" -- 2020 season our first kittens will be available in early-mid June https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.702802696450776.1073741889.130985303632521&type=1 Please be aware that kitten season is a very specific time frame generally between March and September in the Bay Area.  Kittens are born starting in March and April and therefore the biggest wave of kittens ready for adoption (8 weeks old+) starts in the June time frame and continues throughout the summer and early fall.  There are VERY FEW kittens for adoption ANYWHERE in the Bay Area before mid-May and after mid-November.  There are MULTITUDES of kittens available in the summertime.   For the best selection, please start your search in mid to late May and you will have a plethora to choose from.  You can also sign up to foster kittens ("grow them") from your local rescue or shelter (the closer to you the better) and most of the time can get them quite young, hand raise them with or without the mother cat and keep your pick/s of the litter.  However, it is a common misconception that you must get a kitten as young as possible to get it to "bond" to you and your family as we have had cats as old as 18 YEARS bond just fine with their families.   If we have kittens for adoption, they are not listed separately online except on our Facebook page (see bottom) and each litter also has an album where you can "watch them grow". All kittens are spayed/neutered at 8-10 weeks old and 2.5+ lbs.  They have been given age-appropriate vaccines.  They have been dewormed multiple times and treated for any external and internal parasites.  They have been given any additional medical treatment that our vet recommends.  Some kittens have been socialized with kids and/or dogs depending on their foster home.  All have been littertrained.   We feed Royal Canin BabyCat WET AND DRY food and Pro Plan Kitten until the kittens are 4 months old and then we slowly switch them to a grain-free variety (our choice is Wellness brand).  We suggest feeding both wet and dry food until the kittens are at least 6 months of age.  Orphan kittens (and some moms/litters) have been supplemented with raw food.  Bottle babies are fed with a homemade formula consisting of goat's milk, egg yolks and yogurt or commercially available KMR or Just Born. KITTENS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.702802696450776.1073741889.130985303632521&type=1 show less

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COURTESY POST "Blanche"

Senior Akita Purebreed

*****************************COURTESY POST*******************************   Meet Blanche!  This is a courtesy post. That means we are po... show more

*****************************COURTESY POST*******************************   Meet Blanche!  This is a courtesy post. That means we are posting this listing as a courtesy to another rescue group who has the dog in their possession. Don't hit the button below because that will reply to us, not them, and we cannot tell you anything more about the dog as we do not have it in our possession. Email them as directed below if you have any questions or fill out their adoption application (also linked below) if you are interested in adopting.     Please direct all inquries to recycledpetsnorcal@gmail.com. An adoption application can be found on their website at http://recycledpetsnorcal.org/dog-adoption-application   Blanche is a senior Akita who is approx 13 years old with none of the Akita-reputation; she is sweet and docile and lazy and loving. She is looking for a retirement home who is willing to give her a warm, happy, loving, safe place for the time she has left.   Her older sister (or mom) was also in rescue and unfortunately never found her forever home before she passed away and we are really hopeful that an Akita lover will make room in their hearts and home for her.   She is adoptable in the Greater Sacramento Area and within an approximate 2 hour radius (Bay Area, NorCal etc). Exceptions within driving distance may be made for stellar homes   Blanche is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and free of parasites and has had senior labwork.   Her sight is going, she is grey in the face, and she waddles and groans when she gets up. She weighs about 80 lbs   It is time for her to finally be someone's princess, a life she has clearly never known. When Blanche came to us, by way of the shelter, her ears were fly-bitten, she was scavenging through trash and was malnourished, and she was clearly overbred   Blanche is super sweet, loves to make out with people and loves treats.   She takes a thyroid pill and arthritis medications which run around $20/month. She will come with a 3 month supply and authorized refills for the pharmacy of your choice for a total of one year. She is otherwise healthy.   Blanche was slowly introduced to other dogs in the house, and she was perfectly fine. She has no interest in playing with other dogs, she is an old lady and just wants to sleep and eat and get treats and loved on.   She has a room to herself, and does not need to be crated   She is also potty trained, has good manners, isn't destructive and knows basic commands. She is quiet.   She enjoys a nice pet and will give you kisses, but what she wants most of all is just a nice calm house to live out the rest of her days with tons of treats and petting.   We think she may be good with calm animals that do not harass her too much but she has not been formally tested with cats. She co-exists without issues with other large and small dogs but she is not the play-with-me-type.   If you are interested in adopting Blanche, please fill out an adoption application at http://recycledpetsnorcal.org/dog-adoption-application   Questions should be directed to the group who has her in their care Recycled Pets NorCal at recycledpetsnorcal@gmail.com   #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #recycledpetsnorcal #uohstrong show less

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*Eeyore Donkey

Male Senior Chihuahua Dachshund Mixed (mixed)

  Meet Eeyore!   Eeyore is a 14 yr old, 10 lb Chihuahua and Dachshund Mix who joins us from San Jose Animal Care Center   Eeyore was a s... show more

  Meet Eeyore!   Eeyore is a 14 yr old, 10 lb Chihuahua and Dachshund Mix who joins us from San Jose Animal Care Center   Eeyore was a stray who came in in ROUGH shape. His teeth have been so neglected that they caused an abscess under his eye that was threatening his vision.   Around 20% of senior dogs have low thyroid function and it is INCREDIBLY under-diagnosed and under-treated. We find it because we test EVERY single senior dog for it and around 30% of the senior dogs in our rescue end up needing to have this condition treated. The medication is CHEAP and everyone with a dog over the age of 5-7 should be requesting this test on your dog's yearly wellness labs.   Because his thyroid and teeth had been neglected, his immune system was compromised and he had an overgrowth of yeast, bacteria and a non-contagious mite on his skin and that also has been attended to.   Plus, he made it to 14 years old without being neutered and those little nuggets need to be removed in order to prevent cancer and enlarged prostate issues.   It a good thing he found us!   Eeyore is microchipped, vaccinated and has had senior labs. He is on pain medication and antibiotics. He has now been neutered and had his rotting mouth attended to.   And he is now ready for adoption   He takes cheap pills for thyroid and arthritis (around $20 every 3 months) and will come with a 3 month supply with 3 authorized refills at the pharmacy of your choice   This is what his foster home says about him   Eeyore seems to be a calm, quiet, good little dog.   We haven't had kids around but I would guess he would be fine. He is not nippy or growly. He is fine with other dogs and we don't expect that he would be mean to cats.   He is eating well. He sleeps a lot.   We are uncertain about the housebreaking. He 'goes' right away when he goes outside. He hasn't had accidents in his bed or crate, but tried to mark in the house the first few days so we kept a belly band on him and now he seems to understand not to -- we expect the neuter will help that.   He loves being out and exploring the yard, then he comes in and takes a little nap. He is starting to warm-up to us and approach us for lap time or pets. He is good in his crate, on a leash and in a car.   He is fostered in the SF Bay Area of CA and will only be available to people willing to come to him to adopt as the COVID-19 situation has affected our ability to use transports for the time being.   If you are interested in adopting, please send a detailed email to beourpet@gmail.com   If you cannot adopt but would like to make a tax-deductible donation towards his care (expected to be around $1800) , you can do so at   www.paypal.me/UOH Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue Zelle beourpet@gmail.com   You can also buy Umbrella of Hope merchandise where you not only advertise our cause with cute clothes, but the proceeds also benefit our medical fund — at tinyurl.com/pineappletee   We have an Etsy store where all proceeds benefit our medical fund at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Umbrellaofhope   Amazon Wish List tinyurl.com/pineapplewish   #savingwhilequarantine #quarantinebutsavetheanimals #socialdistancingplus1 #socialdistancingwithpaws #pawsonsocialdistancing #adoptionsinCOVID19 #dontquarantinealone #quarantinebuddy #wereinthistogether #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #uohstrong #eeyore GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Yes, we think so -- might have learning curve Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Yes Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: No Good with cats?: Yes, we think so Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: yes Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5 Umbrella of Hope is an all-volunteer, donation-run, non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals from local shelters, places them in private foster homes, provides them with needed medical care and then finds them new homes.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet.  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.   We thank Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services and give a special thanks to volunteer photographers Tanya, Barbara, Kristy, Christine, Teressa and Natalie.   show less

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*Kodak Camera -- ADOPTABLE HOSPICE

Male Senior Chihuahua Mixed (mixed)

Meet KODAK 📷 Kodak is a 6 lb 15 year old male tan chihuahua mix. He came to us from San Jose Animal Care Center. Kodak has gone through... show more

Meet KODAK 📷 Kodak is a 6 lb 15 year old male tan chihuahua mix. He came to us from San Jose Animal Care Center. Kodak has gone through allot of changes in the past few weeks. He is working on being brave and is becoming more comfortable in his Foster home. Kodak will need a patient human who will allow him time to adjust to his surroundings in his new home and feel comfortable. He gets along with other dogs and cats. Children may scare him so we would make exceptions for a home with calmer dog saavy children who will give him his space and not be overly touchy and scare him. Kodak is basically blind and deaf. We think he can see bright lights, but it's obvious not much else. He may have been previously hit by a car based off of his x- Ray's (approximately 7 years ago) which most likely was left untreated so he now has a difficult time walking. He can get around his Foster home and big backyard just fine, but a long stroll is not in his cards. He has made great improvements building confidence in this foster home now that he has a routine. He loves food and easily takes his pain management medication and thyroid pill in his dinner. Kodak would love to find the right person who will give him the time he needs to build trust. If you are interested in Kodak please send us an email to beourpet@gmail.com. 👉Please share Kodak's story so that we can find his special person 👈 show less

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*Leica Camera -- ADOPTABLE HOSPICE

Female Senior Chihuahua (mixed)

Meet our newest ADOPTABLE HOSPICE girl -- Leica!   Leica is a 16 yr old, 21 lb GIANT Chihuahua Mix. She was surrendered for euthanasia t... show more

Meet our newest ADOPTABLE HOSPICE girl -- Leica!   Leica is a 16 yr old, 21 lb GIANT Chihuahua Mix. She was surrendered for euthanasia to San Jose Animal Care Center who saw that she had plenty of life left and called us to help her!   Leica is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and free of parasites. She has had senior labwork and it looks good -- in fact, her labs make her look half her age! They were pretty much perfect :)  She had to have a dental cleaning with a few extractions and she did have a few mammary tumors (breast tumors) that our vet had to remove.  The biopsy came back as cancerous, BUT NOT LIKELY TO SPREAD and that the removal was curative.  So, consider her a cancer SURVIVOR.  And her favorite color is PINK   Her chest x-rays did not show any problems with her lungs. Since mammary tumors in dogs often metastasize to the lungs, we always check there first prior to surgery.  Her lungs were clear so it looks like we removed the tumors in time.  How many people can say their dog is a breast cancer survivor?    She is healthy and has the lifespan of any other senior dog her age (16!!!!) -- perhaps a year or two or more!   She needs a home who will love and spoil her no matter if she has months or years left because she is a GOOD DOG and deserves to be someone's sweet and cherished princess.   Her foster mom says this   Leica is a sweet girl that gives kisses freely and likes being close.   She is exploring the house and backyard today and gets along with my dog, Rocco, just fine. She is fine with other dogs. Verdict still out on cats as I do not have any but she did not bother the ones at our vet clinic!!   She goes to the door when she needs to go out. She is eating, drinking water and takes her meds like a good girl.   She is good on a leash, in the car and in the crate. She would likely be fine with gentle children.   She is fostered in the SF Bay Area of CA and will only be available to people willing to come to us to adopt as the COVID situation has limited our transport options for the near future.   Our adoptable hospice dogs do not have an adoption fee (application required and regular adoption criteria apply).   If you are interested in adopting, please send a detailed email to beourpet@gmail.com   If you cannot adopt but would like to make a tax-deductible donation towards her care, you can do so at   www.paypal.me/UOH Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue Zelle beourpet@gmail.com   You can also buy Umbrella of Hope merchandise where you not only advertise our cause with cute clothes, but the proceeds also benefit our medical fund — at tinyurl.com/pineappletee   We have an Etsy store where all proceeds benefit our medical fund at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Umbrellaofhope   Amazon Wish List tinyurl.com/pineapplewish   #savingwhilequarantine #quarantinebutsavetheanimals     #socialdistancingplus1  #socialdistancingwithpaws #pawsonsocialdistancing   #adoptionsinCOVID19   #dontquarantinealone    #quarantinebuddy    #wereinthistogether   #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #uohstrong #leicadog #giantchihuahuamix #hospicedog    GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Yes, we think so Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Yes Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: No Good with cats?: We can test for serious applicant  Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: yes --no fee for hospice pets Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5 Umbrella of Hope is an all-volunteer, donation-run, non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals from local shelters, places them in private foster homes, provides them with needed medical care and then finds them new homes.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet.  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.   We thank Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services and give a special thanks to volunteer photographers Tanya, Barbara, Kristy, Christine, Teressa and Natalie.   show less

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Z - - Canon Camera -- NEEDS DONATIONS

Male Adult Pug

5/4/2020 -- We are NOT accepting applications OR interest on Canon right now.  DONATIONS (TAX-DEDUCTIBLE) NEEDED FOR CANON -- our 501(c)... show more

5/4/2020 -- We are NOT accepting applications OR interest on Canon right now.  DONATIONS (TAX-DEDUCTIBLE) NEEDED FOR CANON -- our 501(c)3 number is 45-4103375   https://linktr.ee/UOH www.paypal.me/UOH Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue Zelle beourpet@gmail.com   We expect that it will be at least several weeks before he is medically cleared and can be adopted and we will post when he is available. Thank you for understanding and not overwhelming our all-volunteer team as they care for and manage our animals who are available for adoption. Inquiries received prior to his available announcement will be put at the bottom of the list.   SF Bay Area of CA     Canon is a 3 yr old, 16 lb Pug who joins us from San Jose Animal Care Center where he was brought as a stray.   He has a SEVERE eye injury and while we are pretty much immune to medical catastrophes and usually do not shy away from posting graphic images, we agreed that this definitely too graphic to post on social media.   As you are reading this post (Tuesday, May 5th, 2020), Canon is in surgery to remove his eye with our veterinarian who has 30+ years of experience and who trained at the #1 veterinary school in the world.   We say this because every time we post that a dog needs to have their eye removed (or a leg amputated or a coat shaved or teeth removed), we get multiple emails and comments (MULTIPLE -- some in ALL CAPS screaming at us) asking "can't you save it" -- please stop doing this. Please STOP DOING THIS   We find it super weird that random people on the internet are more attached to our dogs' eyes than the dogs themselves are.   Please consider that when a rescue group and their veterinarian decide that a dog's eye needs to be removed (or their leg needs to be amputated, or coat needs to be shaved or teeth need to be removed), there is no need for comments from the peanut gallery from people who A) are not veterinarians or B) have not examined the dog in person.   We are not asking for veterinary advice as we have already received it to the point that our vet bumped other surgeries today to do Canon's because it needed to come out THAT badly.   We could show the actual eye to a group of kindergartners or we could show it to the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (who don't seem to have a Facebook page or we would tag them) -- and the opinion would be the same as our veterinarian. TAKE IT OUT . Trust us. Not our first rodeo.   And believe us, he is already blind in that eye so the surgery is going to be an improvement as it will take away the excruciating amount of pain he must be in. No, it cannot be saved. Yes, we are sure. Yes, we are very sure. Certainly sure, 100%   He is also having his palate evaluated to see if he also needs a future surgery on it as it is a common issue in pugs.   So, if you would like to help contribute towards Canon's surgery, recovery and aftercare, please do so through this post or   www.paypal.me/UOH Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue Zelle beourpet@gmail.com   You can also buy Umbrella of Hope merchandise where you not only advertise our cause with cute clothes, but the proceeds also benefit our medical fund — at tinyurl.com/pineappletee   We have an Etsy store where all proceeds benefit our medical fund at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Umbrellaofhope   Amazon Wish List tinyurl.com/pineapplewish   #savingwhilequarantine #quarantinebutsavetheanimals     #socialdistancingplus1  #socialdistancingwithpaws #pawsonsocialdistancing   #adoptionsinCOVID19   #dontquarantinealone    #quarantinebuddy    #wereinthistogether   #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #uohstrong   GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Yes, we think so Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Yes Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: No.... HAHA, no.   Good with cats?: Unsure, but probably Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: No Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5 Umbrella of Hope is an all-volunteer, donation-run, non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals from local shelters, places them in private foster homes, provides them with needed medical care and then finds them new homes.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet.  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.   We thank Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services and give a special thanks to volunteer photographers Tanya, Barbara, Kristy, Christine, Teressa and Natalie.   show less

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Z -- Lindsay Plaid -- NEEDS DONATIONS

Female Senior Bichon Frise Poodle (Miniature) Mixed (mixed)

We are not currently accepting applications on Lindsay and expect that she will not be available for adoption until the July/August 2020... show more

We are not currently accepting applications on Lindsay and expect that she will not be available for adoption until the July/August 2020 timeline.  Lindsay is an approx 10 yr old, 12 lb Bichon and Poodle Mix (see third picture for before/after). She joins us after being found by a feral cat TNR group while they were trapping cats.  She was tied to and living under a trailer and was horrifically neglected. We need donations towards her heartworm treatment -- Due to prior neglect, Lindsay has tested positive for heartworms.  She will be undergoing intensive treatment for several months to get those to go away.   Once this has happened, Lindsay will be spayed, have a dental cleaning and have her BLIND AND PAINFUL left eye removed. This will occur in the late-July time-frame if all goes well and Lindsay will be available for adoption once she is recovered.  And specifically for Jim in Illinois who sent us ALL CAP emails and screamed at us over the fact that Lindsay needs her left eye removed.  We do not owe anyone an explanation as to the medical decisions that our veterinarian (who trained at the #1 veterinary school in the WORLD and has 30+ years of experience) has made for the dog.  We find it very strange that random people on the internet who are not veterinarians and who have not seen her medical records nor examined her are more attached to her BLIND AND PAINFUL eye than she is. Every time we post that a dog needs an eye removed, or a leg amputated, or their coat shaved or teeth extracted, there is always a "Jim from Illinois" who sends us an ALL CAPS email telling us what we should be doing instead and then loses their ever-loving mind and starts sending us ALL CAPS emails insulting our mothers, ourselves and calling us stupid when we call them out on it.  So for all the people like Jim in Illinois -- please just don't.  We did not ask you for medical advice, we asked our veterinarian and we trust her when she tells us to either A) get a second opinion/see a specialist or B) the eye is blind, it will always be blind and it is likely uncomfortable for her and we should remove it.   For this dog, it was option B, period. HARD STOP.  We are a group of educated professionals from many different fields, including medicine -- both human and veterinary.  We have had this rescue for 10 years and rescued thousands of animals -- we have the part where we have the experienced veterinarian examine the animal and tell us what is best for the animal -- not our first rodeo.  So, Jim, since you arrogantly feel that you are entitled to an explanation, here it is.  "Because it is blind and painful and our vet said so"  Lindsay is sweet and is so appreciative of any attention she gets. She loves to sit on laps and is calm and quiet.   She appears to be pee-pad trained and will also go outside when taken. She seems to like the car. She was a good girl for the groomer.   She sleeps quietly in a crate a night but also enjoys sleeping in the bed (shoot, anything is better than under a trailer in the dirt, right?)   She is fine with other dogs and seems to ignore cats. She is fine with all humans of all ages.   Since she is non-shedding, regular grooming appointments should be in the budget and are estimated to run between $50-75 every 4-6 weeks.    If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation towards her care, you can do so at   www.paypal.me/UOH Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue Zelle beourpet@gmail.com   You can also buy Umbrella of Hope merchandise where you not only advertise our cause with cute clothes, but the proceeds also benefit our medical fund — at tinyurl.com/pineappletee   We have an Etsy store where all proceeds benefit our medical fund at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Umbrellaofhope   Amazon Wish List tinyurl.com/pineapplewish   #savingwhilequarantine #quarantinebutsavetheanimals     #socialdistancingplus1  #socialdistancingwithpaws #pawsonsocialdistancing   #adoptionsinCOVID19   #dontquarantinealone    #quarantinebuddy    #wereinthistogether   #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #uohstrong #bichonpoo GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Yes, we think so on pee-pads and if taken outside Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Yes Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: Yes Good with cats?: Yes, we think so Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: yes Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5 Umbrella of Hope is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals off death row from local shelters. We offer rebates of adoption fees after completion of obedience classes and CGC titles.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet. Some of our senior animals have sponsorships for their food/vet care/medicine for the rest of their life at our vet in Pittsburg, CA (94565)  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.  Other retired public servants, please let us know what career you retired from and we can let you know if we offer any discounts for your adoption Please send an email to the Umbrella Of Hope Animal Director with any inquiries at beourpet@gmail.com. Detailed emails will be answered first.   We thank Maddie's Fund for their sponsorship, Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services, Lovely Grooming for our grooming needs, and Delta Dog Camp for training. We thank Memoirs of a Dog and Share the Joy Photography for the beautiful portraits of many of our animals and a special thanks to volunteer photographers Barbara, Kristy, Christine and Natalie.  Please support these businesses for supporting rescue!    show less

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Z -- Saidi Donkey -- NEEDS DONATIONS

Female Adult Chihuahua Mixed (mixed)

 4/22/2020 -- Saidi has a chemical burn to her ear and the side of her face.  She is on a medical hold and we will not be accepting appl... show more

 4/22/2020 -- Saidi has a chemical burn to her ear and the side of her face.  She is on a medical hold and we will not be accepting applications for her until she is further along in her healing process.  Please donate towards her care here:   PayPal: PayPal.me/UOH Zelle: beourpet@gmail.com Venmo: @umbrellaof-hoperescue Other donation links: linktr.ee/UOH Drum roll please...  Please give a warm welcome to Saidi! This little 4 yr old, 6 lb Chihuahua Mix gal came to us from the lovely folks at San Jose Animal Care Center. About Saidi & her backstory: She was found as a stray and was never claimed. Our veterinarian team suspects chemical burns along her face.  Someone probably tried to home-treat an ear infection with something caustic and it burned her and they dumped her.  They likely duct taped her back foot to get her to stop scratching at it  We are hoping to get specialty care to assess and treat her injuries which ball park $3,000-5,000 dollars alone. She also needs to be spayed and have a deep dental cleaning as her teeth are in poor condition. Saidi is thriving in foster home. She is very sweet and coming out of her shell. We are so impressed by how trusting she is.  She can get a little snappy around her head (understandable) so although her nature is sweet, we understand her need to develop trust   She is no where near available for adoption at this time. So please refrain from submitting applications for her. Her namesake stems from an Egyptian breed of donkeys (this months name theme).  Humans have failed this sweetheart. We cannot fail her again. Wouldn’t you consider making a donation or sharing this post in support of Saidi Sweetheart? Leave a  in the comments to tell Saidi we love her!     GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Yes, we think so Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Working on it Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: No Good with cats?: Yes, we think so Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: No Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 12 Umbrella of Hope is an all-volunteer, donation-run, non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals from local shelters, places them in private foster homes, provides them with needed medical care and then finds them new homes.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet.  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.   We thank Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services and give a special thanks to volunteer photographers Tanya, Barbara, Kristy, Christine, Teressa and Natalie.   show less