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Female Senior Siamese

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About Sisters

  Can you help us find a happily ever after for two beautiful sisters who deserve so much more than they got after their owner’s death.    These poor girls are now 15 years old. The owner passed away and left them to a niece, who in turn had these poor girls DECLAWED at 13 YEARS OLD!!! Yes, that vet should be shut down!!!   A year after being declawed the niece and husband decided to just have them euthanized since their personalities changed after being declawed. But fortunately a kind soul found out and is trying to help these girls. Having gone about it alone for a while now she has asked us to help   As any cat lover knows, an unhappy cat often leads to a cat who may have accidents. We are hopeful that a new loving environment will help these girls “reset” so they can live the rest of their days happy and peacefully.   If you are interested in trying to give these girls a life their owner would have been happy about please fill out our application right away. We don’t think separating them would be best for them at this point in their life. But we can let them count as one adoption, so only one application and only one adoption fee.   They are described by their foster as very sweet and loving, and have a lot of energy for their age, and get along with everything. I love them, but I just really can't keep them and I'm running out of options.   Fill out an app at www.scoutshonor.org for the sisters.  

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Name
Sisters
Age
Senior
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
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Chevy

Basenji

Meet Chevy!  Chevy is a sweet little guy who had been living on the street all alone until a Scout's Honor volunteer was able to help... show more

Meet Chevy!  Chevy is a sweet little guy who had been living on the street all alone until a Scout's Honor volunteer was able to help him. Chevy had been living under a truck for a while (it was a Chevy) while a Scout's Honor volunteer was working to gain his trust. He kept going every day to feed him and give him some attention. The business near where he was let him come onto their property and provided him some shelter.  Unfortunately, because there was a busy street nearby, sweet little Chevy got bumped by a few cars when he was out and about and lost a few teeth as a result.  Luckily, he did not sustain any significant injuries, and just needed to eat and get a bath.  Chevy is an awesome dog , loves other dogs and loves to play !  Chevy is a high energy dog, but is also very smart and alert. He needs A LOT of exercise and positive reinforcement, but will pick up very quickly on what you are teaching him. He would be a great dog for agility or flyball!!  As long as you keep him busy and challenged he will impress you with how well he can learn things. He just wants someone who will give him the direction, attention and structure he wants/needs. He would make a great dog for an active home with NO kiddos.  Kiddos are just too unpredictable for this guy.  He also needs a home that understands how to properly introduce him to new people and watch his cues.  Chevy can be very protective of his people and area, so proper intros are a must. True to his Kelpie breed, Chevy likes to herd and run and play .  Check out this VIDEO of him just having a grand time running - look at those turns!   Kelpie's are unique problem solvers and will find a way to do whatever he deems necessary.   Chevy fits these traits to a T, and anyone who knows and loves the herding breeds would just adore little Chevy!!  He's a real catch!! Chevy is up to date on vaccinations, neutered and micro-chipped.   Please contact us at info@scoutshonor.org if you are interested in fostering or adopting this precious guy!  You can read all about our foster and adoption process, as well as make a donation for his care, on our website at www.scoutshonor.org.    show less

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Clyde

Cattle Dog

Meet Clyde! You may remember Clyde’s sad story of cruelty and neglect.  We were shocked when we saw his pictures and heard how he had... show more

Meet Clyde! You may remember Clyde’s sad story of cruelty and neglect.  We were shocked when we saw his pictures and heard how he had literally been strangled with a belt by his so called owner.  His strangulation caused a massive deep cut all around his neck and caused the blood not be able to circulate resulting in his face ballooning until he was unrecognizable.  He was confiscated from his owner and charges are pending.  In the meantime, we brought him into our rescue and have nursed him back to health. We could tell he didn’t know what it was like to be treated kindly, but after talking to him a bit and giving him love, he started wagging his tail. He is BEYOND sweet!!  Check him out HERE playing with his friends at daycare! We are happy to report that with the help of the vets, we provided pictures and info on the extent of his injuries to the Harris County DA's office. His former owner was prosecuted and justice was done! Clyde is about 4-5 years old and a Cattle Dog mix of sorts.  He’s friendly and fun-loving but cautious with new people until he knows you mean him no harm.  He does great with most other dogs that are medium to large in size.  He is high-energy, so he would do best in an active home and with another active dog that can play, and play, and play with him!  He’s not especially fond of cats, so a home without cats is a must. Clyde is just the sweetest, although he does get his feelings hurts easily when corrected, so he is a quick learner and pleaser.  Makes training a piece of cake! Clyde is doing fabulous in his foster home with his 2 canine siblings, but he would really love to find a forever home where he never has to worry again!  Contact us at  info@scoutshonor.org if you can help! No surprise here in Houston and considering the condition he was in, Clyde is heartworm positive, but don’t worry. Scout’s Honor is taking care of that for him and if you want to adopt Clyde before he's all clear (which would be great!) we will continue to cover the expense of his medicine and next heartworm check. We can explain it all but he's going to be just fine.     Check out Clyde playing with his friends at daycare HERE     show less

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Dexter

Pit Bull Terrier

Dexter, approximately 8 years old, came into a rescue (which no longer exists) as a severe cruelty case over six years ago. We don’t kn... show more

Dexter, approximately 8 years old, came into a rescue (which no longer exists) as a severe cruelty case over six years ago. We don’t know the full story, only the horrific scars, and disfigured jaw prove he was brutally beaten and/or attacked. He was recently dumped, with another dog, at a Missouri shelter after living with a family the past several years. Because the other dog had a Scout’s Honor chip, the shelter called and we went into action to get them both back to Houston. Dexter is a goofy boy with a crooked, beautiful face. Although he loves to play, he has moments of deep contemplation and will sit and look at the trees or gaze into the eyes of his foster parents with full gratitude. He takes a few minutes to warm up to new people and will trust those who give him time and space. He’s a typical working dog – thriving on a structured routine, 2 walks a day, obedience training, and lots of napping in between. After slow introductions, Dexter does well with other dogs. He listens well to voice commands and is completely house trained, never having an accident. Cats are not recommended as Dexter has high prey drive. If you want to learn more about this handsome boy, contact us at info@scoutshonor.org or visit scoutshonor.org to learn more about our adoption process! show less

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Eddie

Hound (Unknown Type)

Meet Eddie! Heartbreaking update on our Eddie, the sweetest dog ever ️ ️ ️ Eddie was found in a man hole drain, unable to mov... show more

Meet Eddie! Heartbreaking update on our Eddie, the sweetest dog ever ️ ️ ️ Eddie was found in a man hole drain, unable to move.  When he was found, he had been there for at LEAST 3 days.  After huge efforts to save him, he was taken to a shelter and put immediately on "The List" - how AWFUL???  We had to swoop him up! Eddie went to the vet, and we are not yet sure why, but his heart is enlarged and his tummy is full of fluid. Our vets imaging abilities gave us that but it cannot give us details to know what we are truly up against, but it is not good-cable syndrome, cancer or a mass on the heart. You have no idea how hard it was not to burst into tears. This boy so deserves a life to be enjoyed. He is the kindest, sweetest dog who has absolutely no reason to trust humans. All humans have done up to this point in Eddie’s life is let him down, but those days are gone. He is our family now and we will do everything we can to show this boy a lifetime of love in however long we have. But it starts with an AMAZING FOSTER, could that be YOU?!?!  We will continue to cover his medical, can transport to/from vet appointments, we will be contacting cardiologists on Monday, and we will be there for all kinds of support, but we desperately want to get Eddie into a home ASAP!!! If you can foster this sweet boy please visit our website,  www.scoutshonor.org  , and complete our foster application.  You will not believe how much love this boy has to give. If you cannot foster but would like to help, please donate at  www.scoutshonor.org  and indicate that it is for Eddie. We will do all we can for this precious boy!   show less

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Gable

Bull Terrier

Meet Gable! Have you ever seen such a handsome dog?! Look at those gorgeous eyes! He likes to think he was named after Clark Gable, beca... show more

Meet Gable! Have you ever seen such a handsome dog?! Look at those gorgeous eyes! He likes to think he was named after Clark Gable, because he is so handsome. Good looks and all around awesome - what more could you want in man’s best friend? He is a laid back dude who loves sitting next to you. One of his most favorite things to do is to cuddle up with anyone who will give him the time. He gets along great with medium to large dogs, He just doesn't understand what the little ones are. Gable likes to play, but since he is an older gentleman he doesn't need a lot of exercise, and does not get rambunctious.  He has great house manners and is house and crate trained. Not only is he well-behaved, but he is a smart boy and easily picks up on new things and is very trainable. Gable came to us after having to fend for himself all alone on the streets of Houston. He would follow people around and give them the sad puppy dog eyes hoping to get something. Several people in the neighborhood had been feeding him, and although he was super friendly,  no one could get a leash on him. (we told you he was smart). We knew we had to help and went out determined to get a leash on him so we could help. He was very scared on the leash at first and wouldn't walk with it at first. Unfortunately, he had learned that it was hard to trust anybody when you are just trying to survive. However, after a few treats and some positive attention, he figured out that the leash was not so bad. Now he walks great on a leash and loves walks. He also loves car rides, and rides perfectly in the car.  Gable is a 7-8 year old, male Bull Terrier/Great Dane/American Bulldog mix. We know this sounds like a strange mix, but we have his DNA test to prove it! This sweet boy has waited too long to find a home to call his own. He's been in boarding for literally years now.  He would be so unbelievably happy to be part of a forever family!  He is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to come home with you. Even if you are not ready to adopt him, he would make a very easy foster dog. PLEASE HELP!! show less

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Harper

Pointer

Meet Harper. This poor girl was recently rescued from deplorable conditions along with two other dogs. Harper and the others were chai... show more

Meet Harper. This poor girl was recently rescued from deplorable conditions along with two other dogs. Harper and the others were chained up in a yard and severely neglected. Their owner had died and they were just left without any food, water or anything else. BARC was called and picked up all three. Once at the shelter, it was likely that they would never make it to the adoption wing since they were in just too poor of shape. One of the three was pulled by another rescue, but Harper and the other dog (Hudson) were left. Once we saw how bad they looked we knew we had to help.   We went and got them and had them evaluated by our vet. Of course they had worms and parasites. Their skin was in bad shape too, especially Harper, who has virtually no hair and was scratching herself until she bled. Upon examination, we also noticed that she has almost no teeth. They have likely been worn down due to chewing on rocks and the chain. Despite all she's been through, Harper is very sweet!   Harper is doing amazing and in a fabulous foster home. She is very loving and has come out of her shell. Harper is a Pointer mix and now weighs about 50 pounds. She is great with other dogs and has great house manners. She is so calm and well-behaved.   She has gone literally from rags to riches and we want to find the most awesome forever home where she can be treated like a princess. Please consider giving this darling girl a forever home! www.scoutshonor.org show less