Olaf was suspected to have been hit by a car. His crystal blue eyes melted our hearts. After several days in the hospital and 3 weeks of testing he was diagnosed with severe brain trauma affecting his spinal cord. He had hydrocephalus causing brain swelling. Olaf spent his last few hours in foster care being spoiled.  

Run Free Olaf




Amy came to us from the streets of Camden, NJ. She was in foster care with her other half, Sheldon. They were an inseparable pair. Amy began to exhibit neurological signs on and off over a few weeks. Amy had 2 seizures leading to a diagnosis of brain disease. Run Free Amy - we will see you on the other side.




Macie came to us after spending 3 weeks in the kill shelter visibility losing weight. She was hospitalized where it was discovered she had terminal cancer throughout her body. Macie would spend the next couple of weeks in foster care where she ventured out every day to complete her bucket list. Macie touched all our hearts and we miss her dearly. Run Free Macie



Momma came to us after being found on the streets of Camden, NJ. She was covered in hundreds of ticks. The following day she delivered 1 puppy in the shelter. We quickly found a foster as the shelter is no place for a mom and baby. Upon picking her up, she was limping so she was taken immediately to the vet. She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of her front limb. 24 hours later despite being on pain meds, Momma needed to be admitted to the hospital where a battery of testing was done. Unfortunately the cancer had spread to her spine as well. Momma was a sweet girl and an amazing mom to her puppy. Run Free Momma, you will forever be in our hearts. 8/20/17



Bobo came to Outcast after being surrendered from a home that had multiple dogs. Bobo had very little human interaction and was almost feral. Bobo was terrified in the shelter. He spent weeks in board and train after exhibiting behaviors of fear aggression towards anyone who crossed his path. He returned to foster care and he once again began to exhibit dangerous behaviors towards those that were caring for him. After recommendations from our vets and trainers we had to make the difficult decision to release him of his demons and set him free. 

Run Free Bobo  - 1/9/18