It was a very long journey but we are excited to announce that Lulu went to her new home !!! Thank you to everyone who cared for and donated toward her care. She was alone, neglected and in severe pain but now has the opportunity to live a long happy life!
Sometimes you just can't figure out why a great dog gets stuck in rescue for years. In April of 2013 Gypsy came to Little Victories and she has spent all but a couple of months of that time here. (1,340 days) Today Gypsy went on a home visit and got to stay!!! We are so happy for this sweet girl and she is smiling because she is ADOPTED!!!
Mowgli, who was almost starved to death and was adopted once and brought back, has hit the lottery of life! This sweet guy is on his way to Recovery Point Charleston where he is going to have more love and attention than he will know what to do with. We are confident that he will help these great women and in return get unconditional love. These ladies have gotten themselves a sweetheart and we couldn't be happier. We are also very proud of them for all the hard work they put in to helping others in our community and seeing the value in the love animals have for us and how healing that can be. Thank you!
Candy who has spent 1,083 days at Little Victories was Adopted today! We know she is going to have the best Holiday Ever!!!
2,755 DAYS Bart has waited patiently for someone to notice what an awesome fella he is and how much LOVE he has to give! Today his wait is over after 7 years at Little Victories! We love you so much Bart, stay in touch! Everyone join us in congratulating Bart and his new loving family! If you would like to sponsor the care of animals like Bart at Little Victories this holiday season, please consider making a donation and help us continue our mission saving lives, every life we save is a little victory.
The artful Dodger has found a home! Such a sweet boy, he deserves this family and will never have to beg again!
Slick's previous owners dying wish was fulfilled today as she has been ADOPTED!!! Big thanks to Huntington Dog and Cat Hospitals staff who made this possible and WSAZ for allowing her to go on air for Pet of the Week yesterday. Slick has been through a lot and it is good to see her continue to have a happy life.
Veronica is a little nervous but will soon be the happiest dog in the world! She just spent 1,807 days with us but will now find out what it means to be ADOPTED!!! Good Luck girl we Love You.
The sky will snow and the sun will shine now that Desperado has a home of his own! ADOPTED!!
Bojangles went from being abandoned to finding love with his new family. He is proof that senior dogs can find homes too!
Greta was abandoned on Little Victories' porch one cold night. After a few years on the farm, Greta was first fostered, then stole her foster's heart and she became adopted.
After almost eight years at Little Victories, Hazel was not only adopted, but adopted by the same people that adopted her pup! Hazel was reunited with her pup and family in her new furever home.
Jose didn't spend much time at Little Victories before finding his new family. Happy tails, Jose!
Salem was barely at Little Victories for a week before he stole the heart of one of our staff members. Now he spends his days with his new furry siblings being goofy.