Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Hi Michael and Friends.
I know it has been awhile since we have emailed you. We have not slowed down. Since October 12 we have transported 289 dogs and puppies to Chicago. 205 went to the Hugh Petco Adoption Event held on October 27th and 28th.
Then we continued to transport each week to other humane societies. We just got back home from transporting 17 puppies to Paws and 4 others to West Suburban Humane Society.
Next Sunday we are going to a new humane society in Wisconsin.
We will be taking our mini bus and right now we are hopeful to transport a total of 56.
25 will be puppies. l mom and her babies (this is her picture). And the rest young adults.
We went to Arkansas on October 16 and pulled 95 from a hoarder. We along with a Chicago group took over 300 from this place. Most was under weight, sick, many in season and several pregnant.
I brought the 95 to my indoor transport facility. Where we have been giving them the needed TLC. We have been transporting each week some of them.
This Thursday we will transport 56 to spay/neuter clinic and then we will get them on each transport north.
We will take pictures this Sunday of the transport as we unload these precious babies.
Thank you all for your continued support to Dave and me. Without your support we could not help these precious lives.
This mom and her 6 babies are really precious. As you can see they are all healthy and playful. Mom is pretty special to have kept them all alive. They were dumped by the river. Thank God someone found them.
Connie Sue Guthrie President
Save Our Strays, Inc.
The Doomed Dogs Rescue Club has supported the blessed mission of Dave and Connie by donating gas money to help pay for their transport trips. We have helped save hundreds of puppies in this way.
Please help us help them to continue to save these precious lives! With over a thousand members of our club, even a small donation by a bunch of us can make a life-or-death difference to these puppies.
Could you please help by chipping in a little? A $5 donation is enough for the gas to transport one puppy to safety.
Your donations literally make the difference as to whether there is enough gas money for these trips to happen or not and whether these dogs live or die- thanks for your support!
Posted by Mike Whalen at 2:02 PM