Madame Sullivan came to us as a teeny orphan that was in rough shape. Our bottle feeding volunteer nursed her back to health and on Sunday she went home with her new family. Happy purrs sweet girl!
Phil Good DVM
Dr. Phil Good, owner of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, received his Bachelor of Science with highest honors in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2006. Phil finally came to his senses, realizing he’d much rather work with animals than in a chemical plant. Dr. Good obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from UGA in 2011.
What a great smile little Callie has brought to this gal’s face! What a pretty pair. Enjoy your new life together. Thank you for adopting!
Rita’s finished living life in the fast lane! She was one of the three dogs we took in who’d been rescued off busy Interstate-20. Now she’s headed home! Rita got a great home with this active animal-loving family. Rita caught their eye because of her resemblance to their dog who’d recently passed away. Rita passed…
As the Holiday season approached, HPF asked if anyone was willing to foster a cat to free up space and ease the burden on the volunteers. Having been at the Adoption Center numerous times, I had become somewhat attached to Lynn. We agreed to foster her through the Holidays but we failed miserably. Once home,…
Congratulations to Giovanni (left) and his new family. He even gets a look-alike sister, Maggie, as a bonus. May you all be very happy together! Thank you for adopting.
After recovering from the worst of a bad wreck, this lady decided she needed a friend to keep her motivated with exercise, a companion to keep her company and someone to love. Bama is happy she picked her! (And she’ll get more used to being picked up and bear-hugged!). Thank you for adopting, not shopping!