Thursday, July 12, 2012

Introducing: Mayah

Last Sunday’s first anniversary of our move to the new building was a pretty great event.  It was fantastic to have so many people join us for a fun afternoon barbecue, rides and a huge cake!  Our new shelter is such a welcoming place for people to drop by and visit; quite a contrast to our old small  – and frankly, dingy  –  location.


I also had the pleasure of introducing our guests to Mayah, a sweet one-year-old Burnese mountain dog-Labrador cross. Mayah has been with us for almost four months and was #15 on our Operation: Forever Home list – highlighting animals that have been waiting a long time for the love of a caring family. 
Mayah is full of affectionate energy, despite having had her right rear leg amputated before she came into our care. Many of our guests rightly fell in love with her, which was my hope in walking her through the event. Unfortunately, none of the guests were in a position to give Mayah a forever home.   Are you?  If not, will you forward Mayah’s information to your friends and family that might find a place in their hearts and in their home for a special dog like Mayah?
Bruce Roney,
Ottawa Humane Society Executive Director

P.S. Operation: Forever home is continuing through July. Please share adopatable animals profiles to you Facebook friends and Twitter followers!

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