We adopted Big Valley three years ago from the county shelter. He came into the shelter as a cruelty case--he had been shot and had wounds all over his body--and Anthony knew he had found a kindred spirit in Big Valley. When we brought Big Valley home, he became such an important part of our lives. Our six grandchildren adore him, and he treats them like his own. He is family.
Due to financial hardships, we lost our home and were forced to move into temporary housing without Big Valley because we were not able to find housing we could afford that would accept him as part of our family. Big Valley is boarding at the shelter waiting for us to live together again. We go up to the shelter several times a week to visit him. We bring him treats and walk him and give him lots of love. And we shed tears every time we have to leave him.
We are Big Valley's family, and we want to do everything in our power to bring him home.
Please watch this video that LifeLine Animal Project created to help Big Valley find his home with us again.