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Dog Rescued After 12 Years of Living in an Alley

by Melanie

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From Guardians of Rescue:

Imagine hearing the painful cries all night long. Cookie is slowing dying and needs our help immediately! On Easter Sunday, Cookie was abandoned in a very small alleyway while her family got evicted. Once the family left, they never came back for her.

The neighbors in the surrounding buildings have been caring for Cookie but couldn’t allow her inside. A good Samaritan named Jasmin called around for help and Guardians Of Rescue and Keno’s Animal Rescue have stepped up!

Cookie’s appetite has diminished and she is getting thin pretty quickly. When it rained she was stuck in a severely flooded area being soaked until the weather dried out.

Guardians Of Rescue needs your help! We are full to capacity and need an IMMEDIATE foster for this poor girl. She is 5-6 years old, great with children, dogs, and even is good with the local feral cats!

Cookie will be completely vetted before she goes into foster/forever home courtesy of Keno’s Animal Rescue who took her out of this situation. Please be her Guardian and foster/adopt today!!! Please email [email protected]. Thank you, Jasmin, for caring enough about Cookie and looking for help.


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GOOD NEWS! A lot of people have stepped up and offered to foster or adopt Cookie! She is now at the Brooklyn Veterinary Group and will be no longer in the alleyway! It has come to our attention that Cookie has been out there for longer than we thought.

This is actually her first time out of the alley way in 12 years! She has never been in a car, either. Cookie will never see this life again! Thank you to everyone who stepped up and wanted to give her a loving home.

When people work together animals get saved!

James Jiuliani from Keno’s Rescue and from The Diamond Collar stepped for this mission. It was not just taking her out of the alley, but the superintendent wanted to leave her in the alley as a watch dog!

Well, James convinced him real quick that this was not an option.

He then took her to the Brooklyn Veterinary Group, then to Diamond Collar for a fresh grooming.

After all thumbs up, she was placed with Alexis DeMartino to give this senior dog the best remaining years of her life.

Thank you James, Lena, Dr. Pernice, and Alexis De Martino.

Job well done!