Adoption Stories

Nibbles, Nora, and Neddie

Nibbles, Nora, and Neddie were born on the streets in Grand Bay, AL. Their rescuer couldn't find a local rescue to take them in, so we offered to foster them. They came to us with severe eye infections, hookworms, and ringworm. They were unsocialized, but with a little food, they warmed up quick! Ringworm was the biggest battle they had to face, and it did not go away easily or quickly. Neddie even lost hair during the process, which eventually grew back into a stunning silver color.

Thankfully, they found a wonderful new mom named Jennifer, who took in ALL THREE beautiful kittens. They now get to live out the rest of their lives together and loved to the fullest.


Sugar was found abandoned at a shooting range in Perry County. She was a senior girl who likely outlived her use to whoever owned her before, as her teets indicated she had several litters in the past. 

Unfortunately, Sugar wasn't able to gain any interest locally. She went months without any one inquiry about her or asking to meet her. However, Sugar thankfully tested heartworm negative, which gave her the opportunity to be transported. With the help of For Pet's Sake of Long Beach, we were able to find her a home with the perfect new momma.

Now, Sugar is living her best life and being treated like a princess by her mom, Kim Sharp. She still goes on adventures and travels with her new family. She has fit in perfectly and proven that even old dogs still have a lot of life and love to give.