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Tuesday, January 19, 2016


My name is Ray Schindler.  We rescued our new little girl, Rosie from the Humane Society of Broward County in October 2013.  As I understand she was sent to Florida from your shelter.  To tell you the truth, I'm not sure who rescued who.  Earlier in the week we had to put our 18 year old girl to sleep.  We were completely heart broken.  Somehow we managed to go to work everyday, but when we got home, it was unbearable.  When we first saw Rosie at the shelter, she was so shy and afraid.  With a little work and a lot of love, she has blossomed into a wonderful part of our family.  How lucky we all were!

Saturday, January 16, 2016


Friends, a couple days ago Save a Sato was alerted about this poor boy. He was abused by his owner. Also other bad people hit him and was attacked by other dogs. Cruel people exploded a firecracker in his mouth and now he is hungry because he can't eat and his owner doesn't care about him. His jawbone was severely damaged, almost crushed. As you know, we can't turn our back to this angel. We name him Simon. And now he is under Dr. Rivera's care at Avian & Small Animals Clinic. Dr. Rivera performed surgery on Simon's jawbone in order to repair it. We will help Simon to recover his health and find the great home that he deserves, but we can't continue without your donations. As you know, we have thousand of dollars in veterinary bills to pay. Please, no amount is too small. Simon will have a long journey to his recovery but he is not alone!! Please make your donation via Paypal on our main page or directly to clinic: or via phone (787) 759-6263. Bank Account number: 131269380 (Banco Popular PR)

Friday, January 15, 2016

Judith, now happy in a forever home

Judith was rescued by a Save A Sato volunteer named Denise...she was abandonned, because she gave birth...the owners did not wanted to take responsability of her and her puppies....she was found with her puppies living under the stairs of a public residencial project...

We want to Send our thanks and love to all of you at saveasato for taking such wonderful care of our little Nina! ~ xoxo           

We Rescued Judith (30119119) from Delaware County, Pennsylvania's SPCA on 11/12/2015 her name was Judith. She was a Scared And Quiet little Girl but we knew she had a heart of gold and that we just had to bring her home with us.  

First thing we did was change her name to Nina, Nina is a Very Sweet,Loving and just loves her new home. She loves watching TV, Going to the park and just loves all of her new toys.  We even enrolled her in a dog training class at Petsmart.  Not that she needs school, Nina is so well behaved. She is House Trained, Never Barks, Never Begs for food not even when we are cooking or eating and the list of good things can go on & on.   She is absolutely Amazing!!!   We want to thank all of you for making our life more meaningful because without you we wouldn’t of had our little girl.

The letter that was inclosed with her information said she was found abandoned on the streets and that she was mistreated. we would love to hear back from you if you have any more information on our little Nina. like where she was found, her condition, well just anything! we have missed the start of her life and we are very interested in more information on her,  if there is any.

Nina wants to say thank you her rescuer and all that has ever taken care of her. she misses you all!!  

our sincerest thanks to all of you, xoxo

Melissa & Harry Thomas, 
Newtown Square

We love to hear that our satos are happy and loved!

Thank you for all the work you do with the satos. I adopted one of yours from the St. Hubert's Shelter in Branchburg, New Jersey & he is the most beautiful & lovable dog we have ever had. We adopted him when he was four months old and he is now seven years old. He has filled our home and life with so much joy. His name is Sato in honor of your organization. Below is a picture of Sato.
Thank you,
MarĂ­a Ocasio

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Enrique! Living the dream!

Hi All!
My name is Shannon and I wanted to say thank you for taking good care of Enrique while he was in your care. He traveled from your rescue to the Delaware County SPCA on December 29th where I fell in love with him immediately. I was able to adopt and take him home just last Sunday, January 3rd. He is quickly adjusting to the good life where he lays comfortably on the couch or bed, has lots of treats and toys and, most importantly, loving and petting! He is so loving and affectionate to people and loves smelling everything he possibly can during our walks. So, from Aldan, Pennsylvania in the USA, a huge thank you!!