Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Zoe Bella

NOTE FROM ADOPTER:
My name is Kayla and I live in St. Cloud, MN, and this is Bella, she turned six years old this month. My place of employment adopted her from the Tri County Humane Society as Zoe back in June 2009 and renamed her Bella, but she didn't work out so I brought her home November 2009.


BELLA (formerly Zoe)
According to her paperwork, she originally came from Red Lake Rosie's Rescue. I thought you might like to see she is happy and well! This was taken at the lake this last summer. She was not a fan of water in the beginning but over the years has learned to enjoy it especially with her tennis ball!


She brings me so much joy and I could not imagine life without her -- Thank you!

Kayla and Bella

KAREN SAYS:
Nothing makes us happier than hearing that the animals we rescued are happy and healthy and loved!!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Thank You!

Thank you to all of you who made donations to Red Lake Rosie's for GIVE MN.


Your support makes an amazing difference for the Red Lake reservation animals.
Our ability to take in and provide care for the animals is based on the funds in our checking account.
You have made it possible for us to continue to help dogs and cats in need.
THANK YOU!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Winter straw supply arrives

MONA AND PUPS
With winter approaching, the Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue is well prepared thanks to ABE! Fund providing the 300 bales of straw that was recently delivered. Straw is critical as an insulator to keep the dogs warm during the long and harsh winters here. It is also used as banking for the cattery to prevent the water pipes from freezing up.


The dogs love the dry straw and make their beds in it. Mona just arrived last night with her newborn litter of 7 puppies who were born yesterday in a dog house in Red Lake with no bedding at all. Now they are happy and warm!!


Lady Bug is admiring the dog house and the straw which she cuddles in to keep warm.

LADYBUG
RLRR is able to save many dogs and puppies from hypothermia thanks to the straw supply we have. We also provide straw to community dogs who would otherwise have nothing for shelter.


Thank you ABE! Karen

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Give to the Max for RLRR, Nov.13


Winter is coming, and last winter was brutal for all of the animals living outdoors on Red Lake reservation.

For the dogs and cats suffering from starvation, dehydration, parasitic infections, injuries, and wounds, the frigid temperatures can be fatal.

Imagine having little fur, due to hair loss from mange; no stored fat to help keep you warm; and no place to rest except in the freezing rain, wind, or snow.

Imagine roaming in sub-zero temperatures and snowstorms looking for something to fill the hole in your belly.

Imagine giving birth to a litter of puppies on the icy ground.

Imagine your ears, nose, tail, and paws stinging and burning while they freeze solid.


WILLOW AT RLRR
A donation of any size will help Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue save these animals from suffering and provide the veterinary care they need to heal.

Your generous gift provides a second chance at life for unwanted, neglected dogs and cats on the reservation.

You can schedule a donation at any time on our Give to the Max page -

https://givemn.org/organization/redlakerosie

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMPASSION AND COMMITMENT TO SAVING ANIMALS IN NEED ON RED LAKE RESERVATION

Monday, November 10, 2014

Mama Tasha, now Charlotte, finds a home


This dog was surrendered on the day her pups were born. Red Lake Rosie's Rescue found the little family without food or shelter. Read more about her story in the original blog post HERE. Once the puppies were weaned, all moved to foster care and John took in Tasha (now Charlotte) and found her a home to love her.
 
TASHA AND PUPS AT RLRR

FROM FOSTER JOHN:
Congratulations J~ & A~ and Charlotte on finding each other! I know you're going to make a great family together. Boys, I expect regular updates and the occasional visit from my little girl.


Thursday, November 6, 2014

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