We have our first bag of shoes!
Only 99 more to go! Contribute to our effort.
Karmyn, Jelena, Darja and Rachel of Girl Scout Troop 383 brought our animals a lot of food and toys in addition to $240.00 cash. Thank you, ladies!
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Now available: t-shirts to promote our mission of ending animal homelessness! You can wear your support for MCHS and its important, life-saving work.
$20 each, S, M, L, XL and XXL. Stop by to see them and purchase yours.
MCHS is a 100% privately funded animal welfare organization. We do not receive any funding from Montgomery County government, or any other agency. All of our work to rescue, care for and adopt out homeless animals is funded by your donations. Thank you.
MCHS has lost a beloved friend.
For two years, the MCHS staff and a number of dedicated volunteers worked diligently to find Pippy that experienced, permanent home where she could be her very active and very special self. During that time, we gave her our devoted affection and loving care, and shared with her many happy adventures. Sadly, all of this effort did not yield the home she really needed.
Pippy dearly loved all people, especially children, but she had behavioral issues with other animals which had become more severe. A recent incident with another dog forced us to permanently limit her activity out of safety concerns, and this greatly diminished her quality of life. She would not be adopted, and we faced the most difficult of all decisions – we had to say goodbye.
All of us at MCHS miss Pippy terribly. But we take comfort in knowing that we gave her two years of love, affection and tireless advocacy, which she may otherwise never have had.
We’ve lost a dear friend and member of our family. It is so very hard to say goodbye. But Pippy will live on in our hearts and memories forever.
Rest in peace, beautiful girl.
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