Author: onlinestaff

Providing a warm, safe place to sleep for a frightened, hurting little animal

Frightened little “Purdy” was abandoned . . . and pregnant. Are you sitting in a comfortable chair inside your familiar living space, reading this? Maybe you are enjoying a cup of coffee or tea as you read? Do me a

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Another example of what our mission is all about. . .

Mocha man getting belly rub

Anyone can say they rescue animals, and they can brag about finding them homes too . . . the Internet if full of them . . . . . . but we know from paid research we did years ago

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Become A Partner In The War Against Pet Abandonment

At D.E.L.T.A. Rescue — we don’t just talk about an animal issue, we do something about it! Because talk alone doesn’t feed the hungry or heal the wounded . . . only direct rescue work does. When you help this

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Aldo is happy, but always worried his forever home will disappear.

Can you imagine that this sweet dog, Aldo, was 4-years-old when we found him barely surviving in the merciless deep desert, where he had contracted tick fever? As you know, tick fever is the equivalent of a bacterial rat poison.

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e-Vet ALERT: Canine Influenza

Canine influenza is a relatively new infection in dogs. It is caused by 2 serotypes H3N8 and the less frequent H3N2. The signs are an acute respiratory infection manifested by a soft moist cough, nasal discharge, lack of appetite, and

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I’ve spent 38-years rescuing animals who were either abandoned or born in the wilderness.

Dunkin

After all these years, I am still telling you stories of my rescues … trying to show you how magnificent these animals really are. In all these years, I’ve only been able to tell you about some of our cats and dogs

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Animal Sanctuary in Need of Donations to Continue Operating Facility in Acton

POSTED 5:34 PM, APRIL 19, 2017, BY SARA WELCH

D.E.L.T.A Rescue has been saving abandoned animals in Southern California for over 30 years and is need of donations due to rising operation costs. Sara Welch reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on April 19, 2017.

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Brindle is one of the sweetest dogs at our sanctuary

I cringe with guilt when I hear her name, as if we were lazy and we didn’t get to know this gentle spirit before we named her. With a flurry of desperate, deep desert rescues, Brindle was in a group

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Henrietta is a young 50-something in human years.

Henrietta

Henrietta was abandoned in the deep desert as a young dog. She survived her youth there. The deep desert is many thousands of square miles of death. Besides struggling with up to 120 degree heat, and starvation, many of these

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Meet Al – a shy dog who was dumped in the deep desert

Meet Al

Al is a small dog, and he’s about 7-years-old now. He is a sweet, shy dog and I still cannot imagine who would toss him out into the deep desert, and leave him to die . . . . .

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