Join us this Sunday, October 26th from noon till 2pm at Brook Run Dog Park! Girl Scout troop 10571 will be having a Dog Carnival to benefit local Dunwoody rescue group called Rescue Me Georgia. There will be Fall Photos, Baked Goods, homemade dog toys/treats, and Bobbing for Weenies. They are also collecting gently used or new dog items like collars, leashes, food, etc. There will also be a Pet Blessing by Rabbi Glusman from JCC and Pastor John Strickland from Atlanta Unity Church. There will be low cost micro chipping/vaccines available and many other local vendors. Hope to see you there!
While walking tonight, I picked up an adult orange and white tabby up off Womack a few houses east of Vernon Springs on the north side of Womack. It was probably killed instantly of massive head injury and had just happened. It was ~ 7:15 pm Tuesday (tonight) I laid him/her next to the adjacent driveway on the other side of the sidewalk. Very sad.. beautiful very soft kitty.
As much as we love our new kitten, we need to find her a home!!! Her Mommy is no longer enjoying sharing her space with a second cat. If you are in the market for a sweet female Tabby kitten, please let us know. We don’t want to list her on Craigslist, during Halloween. She was born on August 28 and will be 8 weeks Thursday. She has been loved on and socialized every day by tons of children.
Let me know if a kitten is in your future, we’d love to see her stay nearby.
2 girl dogs found in Waterford yesterday afternoon. They were found in Waterford court in Dunnwoody near Deerfield neighborhood. One has a chip that was never registered one is not chipped. They are happy and warm in our house. Please share and let me know if you recognize these dogs or know the owners. Thank you Melanie
On Saturday, October 11th, my black/white English bulldog wandered away from home without his collar. He lives off Chamblee Dunwoody, inside the Perimeter. His name is Shenanigan and he answers to “Nanni”. He is 1.5 y.o. Financial reward offered.
Seventy-one cats were removed from a Dunwoody home Wednesday morning, two years after 50 cats were removed from the same residence, according to police.
DeKalb County Animal Control was called to the Atcheson Lane home after a local veterinarian reported that two people brought in 20 cats for treatment of various ailments, Dunwoody police said. A search warrant was executed at the home, where investigators found more than 70 cats living in deplorable conditions. Read the rest of this story at AJC.COM