Just One Can Make A Difference!
Pregnant with eight pups, abandoned out in the county with two other dogs, I was shot at and my body is full of buckshot pellets. Fortunately my pups survived and all have been adopted. I've been waiting TWENTY months for my new home!
Liberty was born around 2005 so that makes her 8 years old. She is a Bull Terrier mix and weighs 55lbs.
She is up-to-date on vaccinations and has been spayed. When she first came to SPOT she was heartworm positive but with treatment she is now free of those awful parasites.
If you would be interested in making me a part of your family please contact SPOT by clicking below.
Who is SPOT and what do we do?
We are Wharton County Stray Pet Outreach Team, casually called SPOT or WCSPOT.
SPOT is a support system for persons who choose to rescue animals in Wharton County. SPOT itself is not a rescue organization although it has cared for and placed more than 1000 animals since its beginning in April 2008.
SPOT does not have a facility, nor does SPOT receive any county or municipal funds; therefore, the organization relies upon memberships, contributions, foster homes and volunteers. SPOT wants very much to work with person who rescue stray animals, but the demand is much greater than available resources. As a result, SPOT asks people to agree to following guidelines:
- Become a member of SPOT for $25 per year
- Help provide or arrange for foster care
- Assist in providing $100 in sponsorship money to cover part of the veterinary costs
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT: Sarah Hudgins
FIRST VP: Kay Sikes
SECOND VP: Janice Harris(education)
TREASURER: Georgia Crawford
PUBLIC RELATIONS: Cindy Cerny
SPECIAL EVENTS CHAIRPERSON: Hannah Sacco Matus
DIRECTOR AT LARGE: Becky Burell