Look at me now!

Please submit your “Look At Me Now” update

If you have adopted an animal from SCARS, please send us a Look at Me Now update. You can provide an update at any time during the life of your pet and more than one is welcome. We sometimes get updates shortly after adoption but we also get them months or even many years later.  All updates are welcome.

Reasons to submit a story

  • Inspire our volunteers. The dogs and cats we rescue live in our homes so our volunteers develop a deep bond with them. Seeing a pet thriving in its forever home is a source of pride and joy for our volunteers. The update you provide gives us the strength to say farewell to a beloved foster at adoption time. Adoption means there is now an opening for the next rescued pet.
  • Encourage others to adopt. When people see how much joy a rescued pet can bring to a family,  it encourages them to adopt. This helps us to reduce the number of unwanted pets in Alberta.

How to submit your story

Please email your story along with one or more images to scars@scarscare.ca. We will add it to this page and share it on our social media sites. Thank you!

Nedgi

Hi SCARS, Here are updated pictures of Nedgi who was adopted in July 2020. He made the trek across Canada with his new family and now is in Montreal. Trudy Wilson

Nedgi2020-04-02T18:24:17-06:00

Hans

Hi SCARS, Here is an update on Hans. We love him so much.  He is living a great life in his forever home, and is the most sweet loving and affectionate dog. Thank you!

Hans2020-04-02T17:42:51-06:00

Ringo

Hi SCARS, We adopted our cat Ringo from SCARS five years ago on March 28th. While he’s still a very “tough guy” to strangers, he is so very snugly and attached to my kids and I. He also turned into a giant ball of fluff within 6 months

Ringo2020-03-30T17:46:40-06:00

Brasher

Hi SCARS, Here is a video of Brasher having some fun in the snow. He has the best personality!

Brasher2020-03-29T15:30:58-06:00

Pi

Hi SCARS! I wanted to provide on update on a cat you rescued, named Pi, in fall/winter 2018. Pi was an injured rescue who had an eye removed. I wanted to say that since coming into our home Pi has done extraordinary well. His level of intelligence is

Pi2020-03-22T16:25:35-06:00

Pita (formerly Rosetta)

Hi SCARS! Pita (formerly Rosetta) wanted to give you a 5-year update! Before she tells her story (through the photos), I want you all to know that we love her so much! She is such a silly, happy girl. Anyway, here is what she has to say... Thanks!

Pita (formerly Rosetta)2020-03-22T16:04:52-06:00

Mitzy (formerly Delphi)

Hello I'm sending an update on Delphi, now known as Mitzy!!! Mitzy is living her best life. She enjoys doing funny somersaults & agility with her toddler brother, and loves napping with our senior bully. Mitzy is full of life and laughter, that she never fails to share

Mitzy (formerly Delphi)2020-03-22T14:45:13-06:00

Lily

Hi SCARS! Diane and I thought it would be nice to give you an update after one year. Lily has gradually been blossoming. Every month it's like she realizes that she's still here and relaxes a bit more. She has become more active, and is a very engaging

Lily2020-03-04T18:29:39-06:00

Remington

Hi SCARS. Three and a half happy years ago we adopted a puppy, a Husky Shepherd mix, from SCARS. Remi will be four years old this May. I have been quite neglectful in sending pics to our Remi’s foster mom, Julie. We want her to know how much

Remington2020-02-24T18:29:20-06:00

Soltice

Hello all! Solstice and I met in December. She was a little scared when we first met, but once she got to her new home, she warmed right up. She has adapted quite well to her new home and now she is a purr monster. Thank you SCARS!!

Soltice2020-02-24T18:17:03-06:00