Caring and compassion can make a world of difference.
CeeCee was one of more than 40 animals seized after being found in deplorable conditions at a residence in the Rock Run community of Cherokee County back on October 1st. CeeCee was one of the most seriously malnourished dogs found on the property – and in desperate need of treatment.
After intensive veterinary care and proper nourishment – combined with plenty of love and affection – she and her best friend “Hobo” are finally ready to be adopted. The other animals that were saved have been placed in loving “forever homes”, literally all across the country, and it’s time for these two to find that same type of safe haven. Something they so richly deserve.
The Cherokee Humane Society is asking that CeeCee and Hobo be adopted together, as they’ve bonded and have come to rely on each other during their ordeal. Both have been spayed and neutered.
Dr. Jeremy Deaton, consulting veterinarian for animal control stated: “The before and after pictures of ‘CeeCee’ are a true testimony to the hard work put in by the volunteers with the Cherokee Humane Society; CeeCee received very little medical care from myself in the beginning, however clean water, healthy food and a lot of love made this dog turn around. We weren’t sure if she would make it for about a week, but the love the volunteers gave her, and maybe some home cooked meals, gave her the will to live. She is an embodiment of what it means for our staff and volunteers to do what they do each day. To say the least, she is spoiled rotten to the core now. Her and her companion, Hobo, pretty much call the shots now!”
Dr. Deaton would also like to thank the Cedar Bluff Pet Salon for performing medicated pet baths on CeeCee three times a week at no charge.
For more information, contact the Humane Society at (256) 779-7159, and leave your name and number. Someone will return your call and answer any questions you may have.