Success Stories

George and Oscar Get Their Second Chance

George and Oscar were discovered by GHHS staff, after they had been thrown over the 8 foot fence, with barbed wire at the top, that goes into our back parking lot.  Oscar suffered major injuries that resulted in emergency surgery.  His palate split such that his top teeth were sitting on his bottom teeth when his mouth was open.  After surgery, Oscar had a mouth full of stitches.  However, he just acted like a sweet puppy, played with his brother, and enjoyed life.

George and Oscar have both been adopted.  Their adopting families have agreed to get together for playdates so that the brothers can spend time with one another.  These two sweet pups have gotten their Second Chance.

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Pishee Goes Home

Pishee came to GHHS as a very aggressive, angry cat.  He had to be handled with a pole.  He spent time in isolation and then was moved into an large kennel and put in an office.  He began to socialize and let his personality show.  He turned out to be such a funny boy!  He loves to adjust his blanket and eat his food with his paws.  He also loved giving kisses and love bites.  Pishee needed a family that was willing to be patient with him, and give him time to bond.  One such family came into GHHS and took Pishee home to give him a try.  The family already had a dog and another GHHS cat.  It took a couple of weeks for Pishee to approach his new family members.  They did not push to handle him.  Instead, they let him approach on his terms.  His family reports that he loves Edy’s Vanilla Ice Cream and sitting on a lap while watching Rosanne.  Sweet Pishee has a wonderful home!