Success Story

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Ricky (now Micah)

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Ricky & his siblings came to VPAS at about 5 weeks of age. Their mother had stopped feeding them & they needed care to survive. They were very tiny & covered in fleas but they were little fighters. As soon as they were ready for adoption all of the pups were quickly adopted. Ricky (no Micah) has a new home in Whistler. Here is an update from his family:

I just wanted to let you know that Ricky is doing really great :) We've named him Micah and his first full day in Whistler has been a huge success!

Keltie

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Keltie came to us as a "teenager." Her family was unable to provide medical care for her and she needed emergency surgery to remove a string that she had eaten from her intestines. It took Keltie a few weeks to recover from surgery, then she was on her way to her forever home. Here is an update from her family:

Poppy

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Beautiful Miss Poppy is a senior girl who was ill and quite underweight when she first came to VPAS. After an emergency surgery and a quick recovery, Poppy was ready for adoption, and it didn't take her long to find her forever home. Here is what her new family says about Poppy:

Bella

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Bella came to VPAS from another rescue organization. She was a stray and when her family didn't go looking for her she ended up on death-row. Luckily for her the was saved in the nick of time and found herself at VPAS. Bella was quickly adopted into a fabulous new home. Here is an update from her new family.

Wow time flies when you're having fun! We love Bella more and more each day! She is adjusting really well, becoming more confident as time goes on. She loves to cuddle with us and smother us with kisses.

Venus (now Annabelle)

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Venus and her siblings were feral kittens and they came to VPAS from another rescue group. When they first arrived them were very shy, but after a few weeks in foster care they came out of their shells and found great, new homes. Here is an update from Venus' (now Annabelle) new mom:

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