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Forever Fosters

PNC Midwest Rescue is proud to introduce a new program for their Forever Fosters. Forever Fosters are dogs that are deemed "unadoptable". Unadoptable dogs are those that are either severely disabled (with blindness, deafness, or lameness), unable to be properly socialized, or too old by the standards of most adoptive families.

Though it seems improbable that these dogs will ever find a home to call their very own, euthanasia is not an option. We feel strongly that despite their special needs, whatever it may be, these dogs should live out the rest of their lives in a safe and loving home and to be cared for with the respect and dignity they so richly deserve. It is for this reason that PNC Midwest Rescue has established the Forever Foster Program.

In order for us to maintain the best quality of life for our Forever Fosters, we require additional assistance in the form of donations. The donations we receive through our Adoption Program can never cover the medical expenses we've accumulated for the care of rescued dogs. Please consider supporting our cause and our Forever Foster Program. Your financial gift will help us continue to save many more dogs, and to provide our Forever Fosters a life of ease and contentment. If you'd like to help us with the cost of continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!

Can't afford to give, but would like to help out? How about providing a permanent home for one of our Forever Fosters? We would waive the adoption fee and cover all medical expenses. In essence, our dog would remain with you while the program takes care of his or her medical needs, and you enjoy the special blessings of your precious special needs or senior dog while remaining responsible to the program in regularly letting us know how the dog is doing. To get started, please fill out our Volunteer Application. To learn more about our permanent foster program, don't hesitate to contact Heidi Eckers.

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This is my second home, but I'm adjusting well for an old gal.

Mabel

Maybelle (now Miss Mabel Evans... long story...) is a fun personality! She lets her inner princess get the best of her sometimes and is very demanding and bossy. Mabel LOVES food very much but is never aggressive. She has a special affinity for pumpkin and carrots. Her favorite place to hang out is in the kitchen. Mabel is a lover of classical music and demands to be on her special spot on the couch when students come over for violin lessons. She also is adamant that she is not a dog and that she is in fact, people. If I have people over and she is "stuck" in the dog level of the house, she lets people know that this is unacceptable. She also needs to sleep in my room (or so she says), but then snores like a chainsaw. She has a partial paralysis of her back half but has learned how to walk very well with it, though she ends up walking with a bit of a drunken swagger. If you'd like to help us with the cost of her continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!


I may be shy,
but I will blossom with patience.

Boo

Bonnie (now Boo) is a very timid girl. She is never a fan of being touched, but enjoys "talking" to you and will even come up and lick your finger. Boo's favorite activities include scooping the dog food out of the bowl with her face and spreading it all over the floor and occasionally moving some of it into the water bowl, which is located across the room from the food. She and her sister Aaah! are both in love with Martin and live in his kennel. If you'd like to help us with the cost of her continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!


I may not be perfect,
but can still make you smile.

Aaah!

Champagne (now Aaah!) is also very shy and is Boo's litter mate. Aaah! is not a fan of being touched either and is not as giving of her finger kisses as Boo is, but is making progress and will at least come up to me willingly and let me talk to her. Although Aaah! lives with Martin, she is truly in love with my male dog sitter. She follows him everywhere and is the only person that she allows to pick her up and pet. I'm a little jealous. She has even fallen asleep in his arms! Aaah! will join in with Martin when he bosses me around. He is a good (?) role model for her. Aaah! has three areas of arthritis in her back that occasionally causes her discomfort so she is on meds for that. If you'd like to help us with the cost of her continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!


Some may say that, "I'm just a dog", but I have a unique personality and character all of my own.

Martin

Martin is my longest forever foster. He is unpredictable with his personality. He can be very shy and then switch to psycho in a very short period of time. Martin's favorite game is "bossing", where he will peek his head around the corner, catch my eye, play growl/bark at me and then run away. At this point, I'm supposed to verbally acknowledge his presence with his name and then he will bark again from far away and then sneak back up and repeat the process. He has the best elongated snoring sound that he produces when he's happy. We call it his "purr". Martin has a broken jaw that has healed from when he had his initial dental. It doesn't seem to give him any issues, but we have to watch it for infection. If you'd like to help us with the cost of his continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!


I came from a Puppy Mill and lived many years in a cage,
but I am home now.

Ivy

Ivy: This senior puppy mill survivor is such a sweet thing. She's starting to loose vision and hearing and is so acclimated to her foster home where she's lived for 4 years, that we do not want to move her to a new environment at this point. Rest assured she will be loved, cared for and have all of her needs met and more in her remaining years! If you'd like to help us with the cost of her continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!


I suffered in pain for a long time, but I am now a well and happy dog.

Frito

Frito is in our Forever Foster Program due to his medical condition, and therefore will not be available for adoption. Frito was brought into rescue after being retired from a life of breeding. Frito suffered severe dental disease and infection leading to the loss of his lower jaw pgor to coming into rescue. Frito will now be living the rest of his life in a wonderful forever foster home that provides a senior like him with naps in the sun and plenty of time to take things at his own pace.

Frito is on a pain medication regimen for arthritis and an old knee injury.
If you'd like to help us with the cost of his continued care please do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property Thank you!

I won't always be here
but I will never say "good bye" only "see you later".

joline

Joline is an 18#, black with white paws, 10 year old, female, Peke presently being fostered in Hastings, MN. She is a very quiet & shy girl, will follow her foster mom around the house and loves to curl up in a bed! Joline (her foster mom calls her Missy) is now a part of our Forever Foster and Kismet Sanctuary program. She will not have to go through the challenging transition of a new home and environment. Joline loves her foster mom and other fur-kids in the house and is very comfortable there. If you'd like to help us with the cost of her continued care, vetting updates, yearly dental cleanings, etc... you can do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property


Thank you PNC for giving me the good life.

joline
Carmella is a red, 8 year old, female Pekingese presently living in a foster home in Thief River Falls MN. She is sweet, loves snuggling and loves to hang out with her foster mom's other dogs. Carmella was rescued from a puppy mill and is now quite the senior lady, If you'd like to donate to her continued care you can do so via: http://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-propertyhttp://pncmidwest.chipin.com/kismet-sanctuary-property



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