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Thanks to wonderful donors, we were able to fix Bella Marie’s cherry eyes!! She was also adopted. :)
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7 dogs, a horse, a donkey and 3 cats have been abandoned on a farm and are in need of your help with TEMPORARILY fostering some of these animals. The animals are currently being fed and watered, but are in need of a more stable environment, consistent food, socializing and some have medical needs.
The DA on this case is currently working on the best direction to deal with the owners, but the animals don’t have the time to wait, they need your help now. If you have the room to foster, please let your heart help these wonderful animals.
Supplies will be provided. Please contact Noah’s Ark Society at 615-438-7184.

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What a successful day! Hay Day is all about making local dogs’ living situations more comfortable and livable. This was Middle Tennessee Pet Resource Center’s event, put together by Tamasine Singer, but we had a great turnout from Noah’s Ark Society’s volunteers!

Due to the overwhelming response from the Annual Hay Day in December 2011 and the numerous additional requests for help we’ve received, MTPRC went back out just in time for Valentines Day to show the cold and neglected dogs that they are loved. “We want the cold and neglected pups living outside year round in Middle Tennessee to know they are not forgotten,” says Singer of MTPRC.

We went out into the community and delivered free hay, dog houses, dog toys, dog treats and winter weather advisory tips for owners.

Keep checking back for updates on our next Hay Day event, or “like” us on Facebook!

Ghost, one of the dogs helped from Hay Day, February 2012.
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