Princess came to GRRAND from a family in Somerset, Ky. Her owner had become ill and was hospitalized. Princess sat by his chair faithfully for 3 weeks waiting for him to come home, but he then passed away. After his death, Princess was kept in the basement of the house with a dog door outside and neighbors feeding her until GRRAND rescued her. She had so many medical problems and was placed in hospice foster care in mid-April. Sadly, Princess passed over the Rainbow Bridge. She was blessed to have had such a loving caregiver for the last 6 months. Princess will be missed.
It is with great sadness that we share the loss of our beloved Bo, or BoBo as we came to call him. He came into our life seven years ago when we adopted him from GRRAND through his foster parents Chuck and Barb Hickey. He was about six years old and in the final stages of his heartworm treatment and had completed his training through the REACH program at the Lagrange Correctional Facility. He was an absolute joy from day one and we miss him more than words can convey. Thanks to all of the wonderful people at GRRAND who made it possible for us to share our lives with him.
Steve & Diane Williams
He was the best part of my life for 10 yrs and for that I am so very grateful to have been blessed with such a gift. Ted was part of Therapy Pets of Greater Cincinnati’s for 7 yrs and loved kids of any size. When we moved to the Cleveland area 3 yrs ago, he loved the cooler weather and made the move bearable for me. He gave love so freely and he is still so loved.
Thank you isn’t enough to express my gratefulness to GRRAND and all of the volunteers who help this organization survive. We will renew our membership and make a donation in Ted’s name.
…..Teddy Aug 11 2018
Adopted 10 yrs ago by the Catalfu Family