Petfinder Page for Isis in PA
I recently came across a PetFinder post (above) about Isis, the white Pit Bull in PA. I saw a thread about her already and tried posting, then realized I needed to post here first.
I am serious about trying to adopt Isis. I have the necessary contact information and have a good feeling about this, but I would also like to ask for just a little help from you guys. Because I am in the Seattle, WA area, I am not able to physically go down there to meet her. I will be able to arrange for transportation one way or another, even if I have to drive most of the way myself, but I was wondering if there would be anyone that could do the actual pulling and maybe a place to stay for a night. I will have the transport arranged before we pull/adopt, but it would be easier if the transporter didn't have to do everything.
I am currently living at home again so I have the financial support from my parents for any necessary medical expenses, food, etc., however, I will need to come up with the gas money myself. I'm currently working and have a flexable job, but don't have enough (or any) saved up to make the trip to PA. My car has recently been on a few cross-country and long distance trips and I'm not afraid of making this trip, I just cannot afford it at the time.
If anyone is willing to help pull and possibly temporarily foster (for a VERY short period) I will be able to arrange transport, at least part of the way West. I am going to, right now, start trying to arrange for this transport. Might there be anyone in the area that could help?
My name is Alicia and you can reach me by email, IM or phone.
(same for AIM)
Please let me know if there is anything, anything
you could help me with. I want more than anything to get Isis out of her current situation and into my home.
I just recieved an email back from one of the volunteers who is helping with her adoption and she said that they will need to meet the adopter in person. She may be able to go into rescue, though. So either I need to wait until I save up enough for gas (approx. 6000 miles = 20 tanks = $400) or find someone local to adopt her and I could arrange transport sooner. At $8.50/hr part time (I can try for more hours), it'll take almost a month from now before I have enough. While I don't mind waiting, I would rather get her out sooner.
Can anyone help?
Thank you in advance for anything and everything. Advise is welcome.