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By Cate Sacks


July 17, 2011 (Blossom Valley)-- This week we have several different kinds of animals here at Dream Dogs, all in need of forever homes. First there are several dachshund-mix puppies. We also have other dogs, kittens, a rabbit and a duck.
Scroll down for photos and details of these wonderful pets rescued from a local shelter. 
Fred, a 9-month old America Bulldog Akita mix grew up in the shelter.  He is happiest when with another dog or person.  Fred does not have an aggressive bone in his body and would be great in any household who can handle a big heavy dog.

Tiny Himalayan, is a very personable bunny still looking for a home. 


Timid, a young Dobie girl, doesn't know what to do with her big bark! She needs a home with people who will love her.
3 month old neutered male buff kittens

11 month old fun, playful Pomeranian

Sampson, a 11 month old Dachshund mix loves people and other pets.  As you can see, he is very tolerant of children.

4 year old Vinnie lost his home due to the economy.  He is looking for a quiet life with a quiet person.  Vinnie loves to play with other dogs of all sizes.

We also have a little brown duckling who needs a home.

If you are interested in any of these animals, or would like to foster a puppy or two please email or call:
Cate Sacks
Happy Cat Rescue


Shelter Dogs to Dream Dogs trains dogs from animal shelters and helps them find adoptive homes. Cate Sacks runs this remarkable canine rehab facility from her home in the Blossom Valley area of El Cajon.  Read East County Magazine’s article on her amazing accomplishments here: http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/node/4980.  Now her daughter runs Happy Cats, a cat rescue organization.   


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