Above: Mark's photo of HFL staff Barbara with Johnjohn. More about this pup who came to us from the Animal Humane Society: HFL website
Above: HFL staff Barbara with Johnjohn a pup who came to us from the Animal Humane Society.
Introducing Jimmy and JohnJohn, two German Shepherd pups, about 6 months old, small for their age, recently arrived at Home for Life. They were surrendered with their littermates to a local shelter but were very thin and unsocialized. The shelter placed them in foster homes and supported the fosters with many resources including training and behavioral coaching.
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This year, find out how far your heart can reach! As a care-for-life sanctuary, Home for Life® is uniquely positioned to help some of the most vulnerable dogs and cats from around the world. Responsive to both local animals in need as well as international rescue cases, Home for Life® is able to care for cats and dogs who are out of options, providing a service like no other organization.
Above: Celebrating Fall! Rory from Wisconsin and Rosa from Iran's @VafaAnimalShelter
Photographer @MarkLuinenburg was at Home for Life® last week for fall photos. He's always curious to see what we come up with for our favorites—maybe the trees for the forest but certain photos mean a lot because we know all that a particular animal has been through.
Above: Summer Appeal Match Challenge Met: Georgia is all smiles!
Thank you to everyone who contributed to Home For Life Animal Sanctuary's Summer Appeal, featuring the dynamic duo of Henry and Georgia and their incredible story which you can read here: Home for Life® Blog.
Above: 3-legged shy Scout in her first official Home for Life® portrait by Mark Luinenburg
Photographer Mark Luinenburg was out to visit us this summer, and swimming in the Apple River with our dogs was on the agenda but he also made time to get some of the most beautiful photos of our cats enjoying the balmy weather.