Thursday, January 6, 2022

Welcome Happy Gilmore to Humphrey House

Welcome Happy Gilmore to Humphrey House for Homeless Animals! 💗

We want to thank the person that abandoned this sweet boy and left him tied to a pole at the vet's office in North Carolina. He could have been let loose to run the streets and get hit by a car. He could have sat in his crate and starved to death. He could have been "disposed" of in many gruesome ways. Although not ideal, he was left in an area where several caring people found him and jumped right in to help.

Happy has been neglected, starved, has urine burns & pressure sores from being in a crate, a skin infection, double ear infections, a tumor on his testicle, and his collar had to be cut off due to the scabbing that attached his collar to his skin. Through all this, Happy is such a sweet boy that is thrilled to start the new year with a new life.

Thank you to the Sparky Foundation for stepping in to cover the initial vetting for Happy. He was examined, given his rabies vaccine, microchip, 4Dx test, and medication in preparation for transport to Humphrey House for Homeless Animals. It is a miracle that Happy is heartworm negative!

Thank you to the kind soul that fostered Happy Gilmore until transport was arranged.

Thank you Res-Q Runner Transport & Rescue for getting Happy (and many others) safely to their rescues.

Thank you Pets in Need in Southern Maryland for sponsoring the transport. It truly takes a village.

Happy is settling in nicely at Humphrey House for Homeless Animals. He gets medicated baths, daily ear cleaning & ear drops, good meals, and tasty treats. He loves his soft warm bed, but isn't a fan of the snow, lol!

Happy Gilmore is estimated to be 6 years old. He will be available for adoption as soon as he is neutered. Send us a message on Facebook to meet this sweet boy. Humphrey House for Homeless Animals is located in Baltimore, Maryland for meetings. Thank you!

Humphrey House for Homeless Animals is a small, foster-based rescue located in Baltimore, Maryland.

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