Saturday, July 25, 2009

Dog Rescue & Transport Day!

Today was pretty special...mostly because nodog was transported HERE! Ha ha, just kidding. Mostly. Seriously though, thank your pawrents for your offers of help with crates too.

This morning the people left us for HOURS on end and we thought they were NEVER coming back but then they DID and they were all smelly with good but weird smells. We should have known that something big was happening since the Forget Sit & Stay Gang's Mom called with a PLAN.

Good things happen when bunches of people work together for the of our local shelters here, Arlington, has been bursting at the seams with animals. Not good at all. A rescue organization, Brazoria County Humane Society, WAAAAY down at the bottom of Texas had some room so they stepped up to help out. Isn't that cool? Two vans were rented, crates were collected and this morning TWENTY ONE pups left Arlington on their way to a second (or maybe third or fourth) chance for a new life.

We looked through the camera and thought we'd share some pictures from today. We would have gone to help if we could have.

(That's not Millie, don't worry)

OK, this little one made Mom want to cry. He was probably hit by a car and couldn't use his back end, plus he was in quite a bit of pain. He had been neutered & microchipped but nobody came to get him. :( It totally rocks that Brazoria is taking him in and hopefully he'll be better reeeeally soon.This pup has the right idea...CARRY ME!
There are a bunch more pictures on Mom's Facebook, but we're not allowed to login there. I don't know why, it doesn't seem fair.

Here is a picture of the very pretty new Arlington shelter. Even though it was Saturday morning there weren't very many people in there adopting and that makes us sad. Isn't it nice? We know it really bothers some people to go to a shelter, but this place isn't bad at all. We think more people should go and check out the homeless animals. Even though it's pawtacular that twenty one dogs were rescued today, there were some very sweet faces that made our pawrents veeeery sad to leave behind.

Feeling thankful to have our family....The Brats
PS Cuzn Ben is coming to stay with us tomorrow for a couple days!! PAAAARRTY!!!!


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Your mom and The MIA Sit and Stay Gang's mom rokhk!

Along with all the others that helped!

My mom might akhtually not feel sad about all the pets needing homes fur a THAT long...okay, now she's sad again...


Jan's Funny Farm said...

good work.

Lorenza said...

Yes, all those puppies deserve a second chance! I hope they will find lovely homes soon!
Good job, Mom!
Kisses and hugs

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Great job to your mom and the Forget Sit and Stay mom, plus every one else who helped!


Simcha said...

It was very nice of the pack to loan their humom for this job. Some of the pics made my humom very sad.


dewdana said...

Nice work! We volunteer for a rescue and adoptions have been really slow lately for us too! Very sad! I think it is a summertime going on vacation thing which is why our foster homes have dwindled a bit. Very sad since some pups just suffer because of bad timing. So happy to hear of all the peoples helping out though!
Moose + Dana

Poppy said...

That is so great that your parents did such a nice thing to help homeless doggies! My Mommy wanted to cry about that little chihuahua too. Around here we're very sensitive about paralyzed chihuahuas!


Asta said...

What wondewful wowk by those hoomans. It's a lovely sheltew, but thewe's no place like a fuwwevew family. I hope soe people stawt visiting and get theiw heawts stolen by those sweet pups.
I pway they all get homes and that little one gets pain fwee soon
smoochie kisses

Fred said...

Hope they all have forever homes very soon! And this makes me want a brother.

Daisy Dog said...

Oh I am so glad taht the pups are getting a second chance!! I hope that little chiwawa finds a very happy home!

Moco said...

We are hoping for the best for all those transported pups. Good of your parents to help.

lowdogs said...

Thank you for sharing! So heartwarming. Love the pics, too.