Wednesday, January 2, 2013
98 Oklahoma Dogs Need Gas Money!
You can save a puppy's life for just $5! Please help us raise $500 to help save 98 dogs.
Email to our group from rescue angel Connie Guthrie:
Hi Michael and Friends,
Happy New Year. And I hope a happy new year for these puppies.
Received a phone call early this morning from animal control. These baby puppies was dumped at the police station. They were cold and hungry. Immedately I was called, can we please help.
These babies are right at 4 weeks old.
Another call came from Sallisaw Animal Pound, another litter of baby puppies. 5 of them. All around 4 weeks old.
Got another call from animal control in Vian, 3 more puppies around the age of 4 months.
Right now I have puppies in both bathrooms, in our back bedroom.
At the present moment we have the following:
Mom Shepherd and 14 puppies - 3 weeks old
Baby puppies - terrier mix - 5 weeks old (13 of them)
Mom Beagle mix and puppies - (6 of them)
Little of 8 puppies mixed around 3 weeks old
The above puppies - 8 of them
3 lab mixed puppies - 4 months old
l terrier mix puppie - 2 months old
40 adult dogs taken from hoader back in October
5 small mix dogs around 6 months old taken from pound
5 shep/lab mix puppies - 4 months old from Tina in Sallisaw
4 lab/terrier puppies - 5 months old from Tina in Sallisaw
All of these HAVE to be transported on the 9th to Chicago and Wisconsin humane societies.
Please we are asking for help for the above group so they will get their only chance for a home.
Thank you all so much.
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 2:46 PM