Permanent Foster and Hospice

Sophie

Sophie is a sweet loveable beautiful 12 year old gal who came to CPR two years ago when her owner went into a nursing home. Since then Sophie has had bouts of chronic intestinal problems-colitis which keeps her loving foster family busy with vet visits, special foods and medications. Sophie loves to snuggle her foster family and brother Rocky the pug as well as her human brother! Her sight is not as good as it used to be but she is enjoying the love and gentle hugs from her devoted foster family who will love her forever! CPR is grateful for our foster families and for the love and generous support of our friends who make it possible to care for hospice pugs like our sweetheart Miss Sophie, thank you!

Maya

Hey everyone, I’m 12 year old, sweet as could be Maya!

For a while, things weren’t easy because I kept moving from home to home. But I’m in a loving permanent “fospice” home now and I love it! I get along with everyone, love to be with my family, and enjoy walks. I am blind but that doesn’t slow me down one bit! I’m full of energy and spunk!
I am always happy and have one of the biggest pug smiles that you have ever seen!

Any support that you can give to CPR will help with my permanent fospice costs, and my family and I sure would appreciate it. I hope you like my pictures!

How cute am I?
Four-letter words like pugs, love and Maya are the best.

Mr. Cookie

Mr. Cookie

 

Mr Cookie was found roaming the streets of Miami March of 2017. It was a miracle he was found and rescued. He was in very bad shape and suffers from chronic skin, ear and eye issues. This Senior loves to nap but wakes up to the smell of cooking and happy to partake in treats. He enjoys his weekly baths and nightly face and ear cleanings. He shows his pep every morning being first awake and barking! Even though he has dementia, we see him smile for he is enjoying his senior years being a pampered pug. Thank you foster mom and dad!

Maya

Maya

Maya –  is a beautiful blind girl about 14 yrs young that came to CPR from animal control February of 2016.  She rules the house of 7 other pugs.  She gets around the house as if she wasn’t blind. She is a smart cookie knows the sounds of everything especial food. Maya loves her belly rubs anytime or anywhere, she just drops down and basically says rub my belly.  Her foster mom loves all the nite-nite kisses at bed time. Maya is incontinent and has chronic urinary tract infections which required special medication. She goes to the vet regularly every couple of months. There is no shortage of love and care Maya receives from foster mom Doreen!