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The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter
Winter 2012 Issue

Give a Former Hunter a Good Home!

C.A.S.H. will start to find hunters good homes - that is, dogs who had been forced into hunting.  These sad dogs are often shot and injured in the frenzied desperation of a wild animal trying to get away and hunters who couldn't care less about either the wild animal or the dog.

Not infrequently, dogs are abandoned after hunting season and, if they are lucky, are found emaciated and/or injured in the forests, given veterinary care, and wind up in a no-kill shelter.

Here are some VA dogs who have come to our attention.  Once the shelter gives the go-ahead, C.A.S.H. will help to arrange transportation for them.

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Josie Lee

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Ronny Smart Boy

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Bullet

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Ruby Red Dress

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