In Memoriam

SOME OF OUR BELOVED FAMILY MEMBERS WHO HAVE CROSSED THE RAINBOW BRIDGE:

 

Sweet sweet little Titus.  The best cat EVER.  Mommy (AFA Host Susan Richard) misses you very very much.

 

Buddy, who was rescued in February, 1999 from the city of Los Angeles Animal Services shelter at 9 weeks old by Howard Seflin. That’s his baby picture on the left.  Howard tells All For Animals he initially noticed another puppy, but when a family with young kids also chose the same dog, he couldn’t say no — and that’s when he spotted Buddy, who turned out to be the best doggie in the whole world!

 

(L to R) Gene and Daisy’s rescued kitties Stinky and Inky, adopted from Just Strays in Yonkers, NY, and Slinky, adopted from Friends of Strays in St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

Nicholas and Lucas with Sophie, who their dad adopted in 1995 from Just Strays in Westchester County, New York.

 

At age 14, Sarge was among 30 dogs rescued in a cruelty raid by the Pennsylvania SPCA in 2009. After spending five months in protective custody, he was adopted by Kim Wolf and Thad Stringer, joining their five other rescue dogs in a loving home. Sarge worked as a Certified Therapy Dog with Pals For Life and visited nursing homes and hospitals.  He is the namesake for the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society’s “Sarge Fund” which is sponsored in part by the Animal Farm Foundation of Dutchess County, NY.