Ziggy & Bowie

Bowie (black) and Ziggy (black & white) are a special pair of dogs that Young at Heart rescued. They were rescued from the city shelter after being surrendered there, and were completely shut down and terrified of absolutely everything and everyone. They acted like dogs that didn't see m… Read More


Hi there! I'm Chloe and when I was first rescued by Young at Heart, I was diagnosed with kidney disease.  Young at Heart has done so much to help me fight this disease, even including stem cell treatment.  I need ongoing fluid therapy and supportive medication so Young at… Read More


Hi there! I'm a sanctuary kitty because after arriving at Young at Heart, I was diagnosed with lymphoma. I underwent treatment, and am now in remission, but because the cancer could return, I get to live with my forever sanctuary family. Aren't a lucky boy? With medical support, I'm living t… Read More


Hi! I'm Bernie, and I'm a special little guy with a lot of special needs. I'm very medically complex, so I was ever so happy to hear that despite those needs, I was going to remain safe and sound in Young at Heart's care. I love my four-legged siblings, and love love love my Sanctuary Mom. I… Read More


Hi there! I'm Loni, and I am an adorable chihuahua mix. I came to Young at Heart from an "open admission" shelter, where I was scheduled to be euthanized because I was "too scared". And really, I was very very scared. Of everything. People, my shadow, noises, you name it. I just wasn't scare… Read More


Hi there! I'm Shelby, and I arrived to Young at Heart in 2018. I was diagnosed with cancer after my arrival, but because Young at Heart does whatever is needed for us seniors, I was able to get treatment to extend my life so that I could enjoy my golden years! My treatment is ongoing, and ex… Read More


Hi there! I'm Iggy, and I am the tiniest little trooper you've ever met! I arrived to Young at Heart in the summer of 2018, and I was just a mess. Not only did I have a mouth full of rotten teeth, I had stones filling my bladder and an enlarged heart with a really big murmur - and I caught a… Read More

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