Animals frequently end up at risk in shelters because their owner was injured, hospitalized, passed away, or was in some way unable to physically care for them. 14-year old beloved Cooper ended up at the county’s animal control the same day his owner died because there wasn’t a plan for him. The stress of theContinue reading “How to Make A Plan for Your Pet If You Are No Longer Able to Care for Them”
Dear Cooper, I failed you. I met you the day you ended up in a kennel at animal control on January 14, 2020. Your owner had died and no one in the family wanted you, so behind bars you went. I committed to rescuing you on the spot and sat in my car in theContinue reading “Dear Cooper, I Failed You”
My family adopted Newman at age 13 in 2014. I then fostered and adopted Tommy in July 2017. When you foster or adopt a senior pet, you are committing to quality over quantity. Here are 10 ways to make the most out of whatever time you get. 1. Make them a part of your dailyContinue reading “10 Ways to Make Every Second Count When You Adopt A Senior Pet”
Meet Xander, a true testament that a little TLC goes a long way. We’re also making him the new face of debunking myths about FIV+ cats. Xander is 14 years old and was rescued from Indianapolis Animal Care Services on April 27, 2017. He was a regular at the shelter – coming in and outContinue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Let FIV Stop You from Adopting Xander (Or Any Other FIV+ Cat)”
Running a senior rescue, primarily a hospice one, I get asked all the time how I do it. How I handle the frequent and devastating loss. How I pick myself back up again when it happens. Newman Nation was founded in December 2016 with the mission to save senior pets. When 7 of the veryContinue reading “How Hospice Fostering Will Change Your Life”
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