Monday, October 15, 2012
Willow and Ivy
Willow and Ivy lived on a ranch where they were supposed to workers. Unfortunately, they got into the very bad habit of eating eggs. Fine in a suburb but not acceptable on a ranch.
Their tough-minded owner decided to take direct approach to the problem by shooting the two girls. Luckily, a neighbor of hers was a dog lover, who grabbed them before they could be shot.
The neighbor couldn't keep them and appealed to our friends from Great Pyrenees Rescue of Houston to take them.
GPRS Houston needs our help to save these two. Please help if you can!
With our sponsorship, Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston will get them vetted and put them in a loving foster home (where they will be fed plenty of eggs) while they look for a good permanent home for her.
Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other costs of fostering them until a permanent home can be found.
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!
Posted by Mike Whalen at 4:23 PM