Giggles – A Happy Tails Story

GIGGLES "They say that good things come to those who wait. What they sometimes don’t tell you is that good things also come *while* you wait.  Mine is a story of waiting – a story of love and compassion, and being treated with dignity while I waited. I was surrendered to Monadnock Humane Society with…
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Drew Stubbs – A Happy Tails Story

DREW STUBBS Drew Stubbs and his four litter mates arrived in September in a transport that came from the south. They were a mixed breed, but mostly Australian cattle dog.  Drew was a little heavier than the rest, and had a beautiful, pale blue merle coat with a lot of white.  He stood out from…
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Buzz & Bam – A Happy Tails Story

MEET BUZZ AND BAM BAM “Me and my brother, Bam Bam, lived together in Rhode Island for the first 18 months of our lives in cages side-by-side that were way too small for us (especially since we are Great Danes).  We were rarely allowed out and didn’t get any exercise. Being the goofy, good-natured guys…
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Nakita – A Happy Tails Story

NAKITA Nakita’s family fell upon hard times. Without a home and the resources needed to best provide for her, they knew they could not keep her at this difficult time in their lives. With a heavy heart, they decided to bring her to MHS for emergency shelter and care. Nakita’s story has a happy ending. …
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Callie – A Happy Tails Story

CALLIE Late this past fall, Stephanie Frommer, our Field Services Coordinator, received a call from a concerned social worker who told her of a client who had taken in a very pregnant dog named Callie, and she knew her client did not have resources to care for her.  But her client was hesitant to reach…
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Molly Woggs – A Happy Tails Story

MOLLY-WOGGS Molly, a miniature long-haired red doxie (initially named “Lieben” – which means “to love” in German) was found wandering around a gas station at a busy intersection in a nearby city.  Thankfully, she was rescued and taken to MHS where she was given immediate medical attention.  Since she had no identification (microchip, tag, etc.)…
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Maggie and Max – A Happy Tails Story

MAGGIE AND MAX “I knew Maggie was a special cat from the moment that she was brought into the shelter. Coming in as a stray, she was not in the best condition. She was dirty, underweight, and possibly dehydrated. She came from Jaffrey with no information about possibly having any owners. Alone in her cage,…
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Gandalf – A Happy Tails Story

Gandalf the Grey was surrendered to us as a stray.  He had a distinct personality – strong, but curious and affectionate. He would hang out in our office area a lot as he waited for his adoption clearance. Sometimes we’d come back from a meeting and the filling from a sandwich was mysteriously missing (the…
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