GREAT NEWS… TAF’s sponsored Aggie has found his forever home!

TAF was asked to help Aggie after the father of his abuser dropped him off at a local open access shelter. The father said that his son had left Aggie in the garage and had stopped feeding him.

I am not even sure what to say about that… it dumbfounds me.  

Once Aggie was in the care of TAF, it was discovered that he was 7 pounds underweight and had tar on his belly, paws and legs.  

Even with daily treatments, it took weeks to remove all of the tar from Aggie’s body. During this time, Aggie started packing on the pounds and was finally ready to be neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped. Luckily, Aggie had already tested negative for parasites and heartworm so we didn’t have to worry about that.

Best of luck to Aggie and his new family… may the rest of your years be filled with love and happiness!