Our Permanent Residents
At MaPaw, we have some special permanent guests that are unable to be adopted due to age, long term physical conditions, health issues or behavioral (other than aggression) issues. They will make MaPaw their home thanks to the wonderful support of caring people. To sponsor one of our wonderful permanent residents, click here.
Age: Approximately 13 Years
Aero never knew what it was like to be a pet. He never had a chance. Aero was dangerously thin, filthy and matted. Our hearts went out to him when we met him ~ his muscle mass had deteriorated, his confidence had faltered and yet he looked up at us with a glimmer of hope… and the tail wagged ever so softly.
Age: 6 Years
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Callie is an epileptic and suffers from severe, multiple (cluster) seizures. Medications have lessened the frequency of Callie’s seizures, however, she continues to have grand mal seizures several times a year. Callie is a happy girl, however, she has suffered neurological damage.
Age: 10 Years
Jack is a MaPaw alum that sadly found his way back to rescue after two years. He was obviously very sick and in pain. All testing and blood work points towards cancer. After discussions with the vet and taking into account Jack’s physical condition, it is agreed that we will let our big boy continue to enjoy his life and not subject him to invasive procedures and/or surgery.
Age: 7 – 9 Years
Jazzi is a very special girl ~ a one eyed beauty with a tail that was once broken. She came into our rescue sick and tired, yet she greeted us with soft kisses. Jazzi is blind in her remaining eye due to a cataract. Blindness has not slowed her down and she quickly mapped her way through the house and fenced yard.
Age: 11 Years
During further medical testing, it was discovered that Sage has T-cell Leukemia. Sadly, her prognosis is not great. Without treatment, she would only be with us for two more months. With treatment, we would be able to enjoy her for another year. After being assured that Sage would face minimal side effects from treatment, we chose to start her treatment with the understanding that if she didn’t tolerate it well, it would be discontinued and we would cherish the time we had left with her.