Rescue Transport

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Rescue Transport

Postby Boss*sMom » Thu Nov 10, 2011 2:23 am

I have found that I quite enjoy crossposting on facebook and helping put together transport for rescues... I am putting this here because it is like a therapy for me, it is a brighter side to rescuing... Getting them to a safe place...

I got to participate in my first transport recently!! It was very exciting... Not bullies, and marked as pointers, though one looks more spaniel... Here they are!

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Eli & Junior, pulled from a high kill shelter by a rescue and headed to their foster mom :)


Foster mom, Junior, Eli, and Me

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I really enjoyed helping with this transport and can not wait to do the next one that comes my way!!! Sadly we couldnt fill one leg of the trip, so we each decided to drive a bit farther... So more time for me to spend with the boys :inlove: They are both super handsome and sweet (and up for adoption :D)

If you can not adopt or foster, this is a good way to still help in the rescue process and it is extremely rewarding.
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Re: Rescue Transport

Postby Boss*sMom » Thu Nov 10, 2011 2:24 am

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Dont know why it chopped Juniors face off :/
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Re: Rescue Transport

Postby Ilovethepits » Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:37 am

Super pawsome!!
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