Woodstock was found in an alley, emaciated and injured. This sweet boy was starving and had suffered from broken bones after being hit by a car – he was frightened and hesitant to accept help.
Once he arrived at AWA, we began fundraising to cover his extensive medical care. Our loyal donors warmed our hearts with an outpouring of support for Woodstock, and he began to receive the medical care he so desperately needed.
After everything he had been through, you can imagine that Woodstock’s injuries were more than just physical. He was quickly placed into a foster home with one of AWA’s staff members where he was able to begin the healing process.
AWA is so excited to announce that Woodstock was adopted on December 9, 2017. He gets to spend forever with Liz, an AWA staff member who was also his foster mom.
“Woodstock fit right into my home – it was like he had been there for years! I could not imagine not keeping him.” – Liz S.