For Spotty, we are currently looking for a long-term Foster Home that can help nurse him back to health while waiting for his flight. Unfortunately, since we are still in the middle of a pandemic, it might take a while (around 3 to 6 months) to immediately find an airline that will accept live cargo bookings for Mexico. He is also staying now with a Pawssion volunteer located in Quezon City so ideally, his new foster home is located within Metro Manila.
After all he’s been through, Spotty remains sweet, gentle and playful. He never showed aggression towards people he just met and warmed up immediately to our volunteer who rescued him. But he’s not compatible with cats and will react when provoked, so he won’t do well staying in a house with a territorial dog. According to his owners, he is usually friendly and sociable and just needs to be introduced well to his furry roommates. He is housetrained and is very behaved inside the house (doesn’t pee and doesn’t destroy things).
Overall Spotty is a healthy pup: no serious illness or medical condition. He is just very malnourished and there are signs of a possible infection from his blood test. He just needs proper feeding, vitamins and oral medication. Ideally, his new foster home should not have too many pets already so they can focus on nursing him back to health. Spotty is also not neutered, and will not be, as requested by his owners.
SPOTTY – A dog just trying to find his way back to his family
Hello, everyone! My name is Spotty. And first of all, I want to say that boyyy, oh, boyyyy I miss my hoomans so soooo much! You see, my furparents are not originally from the Philippines, but they rescued me along with my two catto siblings from the streets. The time came when they had to move to Mexico, but I couldn’t tag along since pet cargo pricing hiked up due to something called “COVID.” My catto siblings were lucky though, because they were small enough and they were allowed inside the plane.
But anyway, my pawrents promised we’ll be together again, and I promised them I’ll be a very good boy for them! They found someone to take care of me while my flying papers are being processed. Right at the get go, I smelled something off with her. She doesn’t smell like rainbows and butterflies just like my pawrents do! But I showed her how much of a good boy I am nonetheless. But I guess it didn’t matter because I started experiencing extreme hunger again just like I did before I met my lovely hoomans. I am now back to being skin and bones…
My pawrents weren’t very happy when they found out about this so I was transferred to another place! But it wasn’t that much of a difference from the first home I was in… I heard them lying about feeding me and taking me to a “vet,” and you know, although I’m not a big fan of that, I knew there was a reason why my pawrents wanted me brought to the vet. But sadly, they never took me.
My pawrents then reached out to Pawssion Project, and that is how I’m talking to you all now! Please help me find a temporary caring home while I wait to fly to my pawrents loving arms. All I want is to be with them again, and my guts tell me I will be pretty soon! 🥰