Today I Made a Difference
I'll never bring about world peace. I won't single handedly save the rain forest. I'm not a brain surgeon and I'll never transplant an organ to save a life. I don't have the ear of a powerful politician or world power. I can't end world hunger. I'm not a celebrity, and God knows I'm not glamorous! I'm not looked up to by millions around the world. Very few people even recognize my name. I'll never win the Nobel prize. I"ll never save the rain forest or end global warming. There are a lot of things that I'll never do or become.
But today I placed a dog!
It was a small, scared, bundle of flesh and bones that was dropped off in a shelter by unfeeling people that didn't care what happened to it, but yet who were responsible for it even having existence in the first place.
I found it a home.
It now has contentment and an abundance of love. A warm place to sleep and plenty to eat. Two little boys have a warm fuzzy new friend who will give them unquestioning devotion and teach them about responsibility and love.
A wife and mother has a new spirit to nurture and care for.
A husband and a father has a companion to sit at his feet at the end of a hard day of work and help him relax and enjoy life. And a sense of security, that when he is gone all day at work, that there is a protector and a guardian in his home to keep watch over his family.
No, I'm not a rocket scientist. But today, I made a difference!
Safe Surrender Contract for Pomeranian To
Southern California Pomeranian Rescue
It is understood that once a Pomeranian is surrendered to Southern California Pomeranian Rescue, the owner relinquishes all rights to said Pomeranian. The Pomeranian will be given adequate health care for any pre-existing health conditions as well as for any health problems that arise. Prior to placement the Pomeranian must be spayed/neutered and have a microchip placed. All pomeranians taken in by Southern California Pomeranian Rescue will be placed with foster parents for the duration of their re-homing process. The owner surrendering the said Pomeranian will not be allowed to re-adopt the Pomeranian and may be denied future applications at the discretion of the rescue. The owner surrendering the said Pomeranian MUST disclose all pre-existing health conditions and provide the rescue with any microchip or tattoo identification numbers, health records, rabies certificates, & kennel club registrations.
I ____________________ am surrendering all rights to my beloved Pomeranian on this ___ day of ______________, 20__. His/Her known call name is __________________________. To the best of my knowledge this Pomeranian is free of health conditions unless otherwise specified below. I certify that I have given the rescue organization all documentation regarding the purchase, care of, and registration of this Pomeranian. In addition I have disclosed any behavioral issues that my beloved pet has. I also understand that if I choose to adopt a Pomeranian from the rescue in the future, I may be required to show proof of my ability to care for the future pet.
Surrendering Party: _____________________________________________________________
Surrendering Party’s Address: _____________________________________________________
DL: _________________________ Date of Birth: _____________________________________
Primary Contact Number: (_____)_____-_____________
Registered Name: _______________________________________________________________
AKC #:____________________________ Microchip/Tattoo# : __________________________
Eyes:______________________ Distinguishing Markings: ______________________________
Weight:___________ Sex: Male / Female / Neutered / Spayed Age: _______
Behavioral Issues: ______________________________________________________________
Environmental Issues: ___________________________________________________________
When Surrendering a pom we need the following information to be emailed ahead of time to arrange a foster home. Please be honest. These things will not disqualify your pet, it just ensures that we can get someone who knows how to handle them to foster them. We will find all these things out either way.