Recently, I read a few posts on Twitter by several rescue groups that were labeled Senior Sunday. It was after reading these Tweets that I decided to publish Senior Sunday posts myself. These posts, like the ones I read on Twitter, will highlight senior dogs that are available for adoption from various rescues.
My Senior Sunday posts will hopefully help find furever homes for these wonderful seniors from rescues around the U.S. and possibly other countries. I envision publishing Senior Sunday posts on one or more weekends each month.
To start the series, this post will focus on the Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network from whom I adopted Divinity in May, 2009. Col. Potter rescued my little lady in November, 2008. I was told that three people had submitted paperwork to adopt her, however, all three changed their minds due to Divinity’s age.
Seniors have a lot to offer, we just need to be willing to watch, listen, and learn… (Divinity’s Dad, 2012)
Note: Please share this post on your social media so that others can learn about these wonderful senior dogs. It’s the only way to spread the word about these seniors who need homes.
Here are some, but not all of the senior dogs currently available for adoption from the Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network.
Sam Malone is 11 years-young, and weighs 17 lbs. Sam is being fostered in Portland, Connecticut.
To learn more about Sam Malone, click the link to his Col. Potter web page – Sam Malone
Mcgraw is 8.5 years-young, and weighs 19 lbs. Mcgraw is being fostered in Essex, Vermont .
To learn more about Mcgraw, click the link to his Col. Potter web page – Mcgraw
Update: McGraw has been ADOPTED!
Nolan is 12 years-young, and weighs 9.4 lbs. Nolan is being fostered in Auburndale, Florida.
To learn more about Nolan, click the link to his Col. Potter web page – Nolan
Neilan is 12 years-young, and weighs 15 lbs. Neilan is being fostered in Cleveland, Ohio.
To learn more about Neilan, click the link to his Col. Potter web page – Neilan
Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network contact links
To learn about all the dogs, both seniors & youngsters that Col. Potter has available for adoption, click the following links:
* Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network – Website
* Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network – Facebook
* Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network – Twitter
Interactive Map of Senior Dog Rescues, Sanctuaries and Special Programs
Note: This map is presented with kind permission from Senior Pups
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