Forever Care Boxers have permanent homes with our special Foster Angels who ensure their lives are filled with love and companionship, and provide the care needed to maintain comfort and quality of life in the time they have with us.
for the daily needs and medical care of our Boxers in Forever Care.
Your generosity will help keep them happy and comfortable.
Boxer Kisses on their behalf!
Bodin went in for surgery on his mouth, as the foster mom thought he had a tumor. As the vet was removing what they thought was a tumor they discovered a tumor on his tonsils. The vet send it out to pathology with the unfortunate diagnosis of cancer.
Bodin will be spending his time with his foster mommy in “Forever Care” who loves him dearly and vice versa.
Boxer Rescue Angels will cover the costs to provide the care needed to maintain Bodin comfort and quality of life in the time he has remaining. Please consider donating toward Bodin’s continuing veterinary care. Click on the Donate button below. We appreciate your support.
Kelcie, a petite and happy boxer girl came into Boxer Rescue Angels after she was picked up as a stray by a county shelter. Although she was very thin, and covered in bumps and possible tumors, this friendly young senior was irresistible with her leaning Boxer hugs, soft kisses and wiggles. We knew we needed to help her.
The Boxer Angels named her Kelcie, which roughly translates to ‘Brave’ in the old Irish language. And oh, she has certainly lived up to that name. Through a major surgery, several diagnostic tests, and lots of different medicines, she has kept her spunk and loving boxer wiggle butt. Sadly, we now have a confirmed diagnosis of cancer which has metastasized to several places in her sweet little body.
The Boxer Angels have moved Kelcie into what we call Compassionate or Forever Care. Kelcie will have a permanent home with her foster family who will ensure that her remaining life is filled with love and companionship. Kelcie will never be alone for a single day for the rest of her life. She loves going to work with her foster mom; car rides give her great joy as she watches the passing scenery! When she comes home to her foster dad and her two boxer brothers after her day at the office, she does her little happy dance. While we are all very sad as we anticipate the end of Kelcie’s Journey, we also recognize the honor it has been to care for her. And we will do all we can to fill her remaining days with happy times.
Boxer Rescue Angels will cover the costs to provide the care needed to maintain Kelcie’s comfort and quality of life in the time she has remaining. Please consider donating toward Kelcie’s continuing veterinary care. Click on the Donate button below. We appreciate your support.
Sweetpea, a 9 yr old silver senior, came to BRAF as an unwanted neglect and abuse case. The people who brought her to the shelter requesting she be euthanized. She was emaciated at only 44 pounds. She had a suspected stab wound to the chest, infected ears and a large ulcerated mammary tumor. Her nails were so long she couldn’t walk right. Sweetpea was evaluated at the shelter and due to her sweet disposition and her seemingly will to live, the shelter took her to an emergency vet for wound care and contacted Boxer Rescue Angels of Florida who stepped in to help her.
Sweetpea was pulled in to rescue on May 4 and loving foster homes and angels took care of her around the clock. She finally gained a few pounds with the help of home-cooked chicken and veggies and eventually was strong enough for surgery to remove the tumor. Sweetpea has been holding her own and has been fighting to get better. Unfortunately, her tumor biopsy came back as cancer. Her next step is to see the cancer specialist to see how advanced her disease has progressed.
This precious girl is a jewel and endears herself to everyone she meets. Though Sweetpea has had a rough couple of weeks, she is happy and loving being loved on.
Please consider donating toward Sweetpea’s continuing veterinary care, joint support supplements and treatment of atopic dermatitis. Just click on the Donate button below and note it is for Sweetpea.