Scared

Scared

Chance was not doing well—living on the street, scrambling for enough food to stay alive.  People and cars streamed by not even acknowledging his pitiful existence.  This was at the end of 2013, and little did Chance know that it was about to become a truly Happy New Year.   Life started to get better when Chance was picked up and brought to the West LA Shelter, so scared that he had to be carried.

The shelter staff and volunteers immediately began to tend to his needs—ear infection, abscess, malnutrition, fear.  His personality made him a shelter favorite, and everyone began to work to insure a wonderful future for him.

ChanceShelterFlyer-pg1ChanceShelterFlyer-pg2He really brought out the creative juices of his friends—take a look at the fantastic flyer his friends created.

1026191_10202499816130031_937915879_oThe publicity effort caught the attention of Karen, the Thulani Program volunteer in the LA basin, and Chance was welcomed into our program.  He will be coming north shortly, and we will find him a forever home in which he can live out his natural life in warmth and comfort, never again having worry about what to eat or where to sleep.  All because of a rock (ing) group—Chance and the Vols.