Meet Albo, our Pug of the Month!
Hi everyone my name is Albo! I am a most handsome 6 year old boy who has really been through a lot in the past 10 months! When I first came to CPR, I had lots of problems like being way too chubby, unmanaged diabetes and eye problems. CPR took great care to get me all the help I needed. Now I am almost half my former size, my diabetics is under control with twice daily insulin injections. My foster mom will tell you I take my meds like a champ.
I did lose my vision due to cataracts but because I am so young, the eye specialists felt that one of my eyes could be fixed with surgery. CPR wanted to help give me every opportunity to see again and enjoy the rest of my life with vision. With the help of our many pug angels, I received cataract surgery and am now doing fantastic.
All in all, I am incredibly playful and I love, love, love playing with toys, especially the ones filled with the crinkling stuffing, OMG - I LOVE those! I enjoy going for walks on a leash and playing/cuddling with my pug sister and foster mom and she says that I’m a pretty mellow and quiet guy. I am incredibly cuddly and love to roll on my back for belly scratches. In fact, I will rub your hand or give you kisses on your face to remind you to keep petting me when you stop! So, if I sound like just the boy for you, please take a moment right now to complete the adoption application, and don’t forget to write down my name -Albo!
If you are not able to adopt me, would you please be one of my foster angels to help me with my eye medications and diabetic supplies?
Love Albo xoxo
Every donation, no matter how small, helps us provide the love and care a Pug needs to start a new life!
Lights, Camera, Action...We're ready for our close-ups!!
These are just a few of the many pugs and pug-mixes at CPR waiting for a forever home. CPR is an all volunteer organization dedicated to saving the life of one pug at a time. We open our homes and our hearts to provide food, shelter, medical care, a warm bed and loving hands to help the hundreds of broken, needy and hurting little ones that come to us. It is our goal to match each and everyone with the best possible forever home… so that they will never again be homeless.
- If you would like to adopt one of these little ones and make them a part of your family forever, please fill out the Adoption Application.
- If you think that you might want to help CPR by opening your home to foster, please fill out the Volunteer Application.
We want to thank Nathaniel J for capturing our pugs in the most adorable ways, showing their inner and outer beauty! Please visit his website at www.nathanieljphotograpy.com.
Aimee Starr's Mitzvah Project for the Pugs!
Hi, my name is Aimee Starr and I am “owned by four pugs”. All of my pugs are from Compassionate Pug Rescue. My bat mitzvah is coming up in September. As a part of the process I am performing a mitzvah (good deed) by raising money for CPR. I have chosen to sell silicon bracelets for my mitzvah project. For each $5.00 donation you will get one bracelet. Price includes shipping! Here are some pictures of the bracelets.
The money I raise will be donated to Compassionate Pug Rescue. Please click on the PayPal “Add To Cart” link below to purchase your bracelets securely through Paypal. In my opinion everyone at CPR is a hero for what they do. Thanks so much!
Please Click Here to Purchase Your Bracelet
We only ship orders to the continental U.S.
Those of us at CPR appreciate your support of Aimee’s Mitzvah Project. Funds raised from Aimee’s project will go toward helping pugs like Albo and our many other senior rescue pugs. Albo recently received cataract surgery to help restore his vision. Duke was abandoned at Animal Services and rescued by CPR. He is recovering from weeks of kennel cough. Thank you Aimee for your love and support!
Have you considered fostering?
Opening your home to care for pugs that are on their way to their forever home is one of the most important aspects in rescue. CPR is always looking for volunteers that are willing to foster pugs, but now, more than ever, CPR is in need of foster families. As a foster parent, all we ask of you is a kind hand, a little patience and a loving home while we search for a forever home for your rescued foster pug.
Our foster parents pay for nothing, (unless they want to). We provide the: crate if needed, food, Heart Guard & Frontline, and any vet visits that may be required. No foster parent in our organization is ever forced to take a pug; we try to match the foster pugs to households that suit them and where they will thrive.
If you have room in home to foster pugs let us know. Just fill out a Volunteer Application and we’ll be in touch.
If You Aren't Able to Help the Pugs in Person, Please Consider Making a Donation
It isn’t always feasible to add another pug to your family or attend a fundraising event. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t help the pugs at CPR. A donation of any size, will help CPR care for the pugs and pay for the medical treatment they need. You can donate to CPR via PayPal or by sending a check payable to Compassionate Pug Rescue to the address below.
Here is an easy way to donate to CPR.
|Compassionate Pug Rescue (CPR)|
P.O. Box 630626
Miami, FL 33163
When you buy through iGive CPR benefits!
Hey everyone! We would like to remind you that when you shop with iGive and specify Compassionate Pug Rescue as your charity of choice, a portion of every purchase is donated to CPR. You only sign up and indicate CPR as your charity once. Then every time you visit iGive and log in, you can shop at all your favorite online retailers like QVC, Office Depot, 1-800 PetMeds, Amazon.com, Bloomingdales, or Bed Bath and Beyond just to name a few. Just think of all the money you could raise for CPR by clicking a few extra times before placing that order! You pay the same price you normally would, but the retailer makes a donation to CPR!
Shopping at iGive is as easy as going to the iGive site and then clicking on your store from the over 700 different brand name stores listed in an easy to read scroll box. Remember to sign in and start at the iGive site and then click on your store so we get the credit! It is a great way to help support the pugs of CPR while finding bargains in the coming year!
As always, thank you for your continued support!
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