I adopted a kitten (Cora) through Peggy Adams in January 2016 and then adopted two more kittens (a sister and brother named Harley and Quinn) in September 2016. Harley and Quinn just love playing with each other and are truly a joy in my home. Cora has learned to also play with them and they run around the house chasing each other every morning. Peggy Adams is truly a fantastic organization to help strays are healthy and find homes. I am grateful to Peggy Adams for the three cats that have found me through their help!
We added two cuddly babies to our family. We couldn't be happier with our experience.
After visiting many times we finally adopted Boots and renamed her Skittles. She is a wonderful addition to our now, two dog home. She was once, what I call , a "junk yard dog", wandering the streets. Now she is adapting quickly to the life of leisure. Eating, playing, loving, learning and sleeping... then repeat. She is so smart and sweet that we cannot imagine our life without her. Bonus, she is a companion to our seven year old dog . Sam.
We had an amazing experience with Peggy Adams' staff. I was first diligent in searching the online site prior to our visit to the facility. There is a "personality match" questionnaire online which best matches you with your potential fur friend. I HIGHLY recommend completing the survey. Pippa matched up with our personality result and she's been a joy ever since we brought her home.
There are no words in any language to describe the beauty of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue people. Having always lived a privileged life, I was devastated to find that I was now flat broke, homeless and living in a park. Circumstances of life, not drugs or alcohol. I was accepted into a homeless program but declined going without my dog, Buddy. God answered every prayer I had and then some. I was given a chance to get back on my feet and Peggy Adams has a program wherein they fostered my dog while I was in the program and allowed fifteen (15) extra days after exiting the program to pick up my dog.
Having been on the street for a little while, his health suffered. As any responsible parent, I was apprehensive about my Buddy being taken from me and placed with other people. Buddy was with Peggy Adams, particularly Sue Jackson as well as her volunteer assistant, Jane, and the whole Peggy Adams staff and was very well taken care of. I have made them his honorary godparents.
I will always be grateful for this agency and its very existence. Rather than call his vet, I will call Sue and Jane with my questions - then his vet to see if he concurs. They returned a very happy, healthy, nearly 11-year-old dog to me. Buddy is a Jack Russell terrier. He is very territorial and playful - especially with tennis balls. Not too sociable with other dogs. He likes his humans all to himself. Somehow Peggy Adams Animal Rescue broke through that. We recently made a visit to let them know we will never forget them and will keep them in our prayers of praise and thanks.
I just wanted to give thanks to the Peggy Adams Foundationfor all the organization does. Jagr has been a perfect match for our teenage son and our other dog. Still working on the housebreaking and what's acceptable behavior, but he's smart as a whip and has a great personality. DON'T ever doubt that you change lives both animals and humans.
Attached picture (BELOW) is Jagr after his first trip to the dog park. He had so much fun!
Merry Christmas from Jagr.
Thank you Peggy Adams for having the perfect dog for our home. We adopted Peony (now known as Penny) and she is such a perfect fit for us. Right from the start she jumped in the car, enjoyed the ride home, and greeted everyone with Love.... humans and dogs... We got a good as expected report on her being she was a stray and not much was known by Peggy Adams. Thank you for giving us our new addition.
I do feel Pearl’s original name Luna (from the shelter) plays a part in my life, as well. Luna is Spanish and the English translation is moon. With that said, Pearl has brought light to my darkness. She has truly touched my heart and soul. We definitely have an unconditional love for one another.
Pearl is the perfect name as she is a special and unique gem. The Bible history about pearls is that God has grains of sand enter the oyster, which irritate the oyster, and it changes over time into a pearl with great value. It's about God breaking things off of us and changing us from the inside out into people (and/or animal) of great Kingdom value. God used Pearl to help change me and break the sadness off my life and she has helped bring great value to my life. She is a true treasure as the pearl/gem that she is, I am truly thankful and grateful to have her as my companion. Thank you, Jesus! Amen.
I LOVE Peggy Adams and all they do for the animals!! I will always support them!! Here's Milo. We gave him a Furever Home when they had free adoption. Of course we donated that day though!
We have adopted cats from Peggy Adams in the past for our family. Each has been a wonderful addition to our family and lived out their lives with us. We recently adopted a Manx kitty for a special friend who lost her husband and suffers from severe depression. The doctor thought an animal would help. WOW! Thank you Peggy Adams for this wonderful addition to my friend's life. She is doing so much better and she and Baby are the best of friends. I would never adopt any animal but a rescue. I have 7 kittys right now and every one is a rescue or adoption. Spay or Neuter. But DON'T ABUSE OR ABANDON! There IS a home for these wonderful babies.