We are happy that we were able to get another transport this morning to the metro. Nancy paid another visit to the shelter on September 15th in the evening. She brought a load of food and supplies and was a great help with the evening chores, laundry and dishes too.
Nancy left this morning loaded with 23 animals including 14 dogs and puppies, and 9 cats and kittens. This was a great help with more animals scheduled to come today.
MARTHAAll the cats and kittens including Snuggle, Carson, Sweet Martha, Mocha and a tiny litter of 5 went to Cause for Paws. A huge THANK YOU to them!
TALA CODA (WOLF FRIEND)STAR FOXTala Koda and Starfox, 2 little shep pups, went to Secondhand Hounds.
BUDDYPEBBLESBuddy, a little boxer mix pup, and Pebbles, a pekinese, went to All Dog Rescue.
Flicka ,a terrier with a litter of 5 went to Tricounty Humane Society foster care. Flicka arrived from the White Earth Reservation about 80 miles from Red Lake. As the word gets around in the Indian communities about Red Lake Rosie's Rescue, we are getting more and more requests for rescue and neuter/spay.
This verifies our success and the need for help for companion animals on the Indian reservations. We are the "only game in town" for these animals. We are hearing from Leech Lake, White Earth and the Indian community in the metropolitan area as well.
We thank all our supporters for helping the Anishinabe dogs and cats!! Also a big thank you to our loyal transporters making it possible to make space for more unwanted and homeless animals.
Karen and RLRR
COMMENTS FROM NANCY:
Wanted to let you know the transport went well.
The gals at Tri County were in love with Flicka, she was trying to sit in everyone's lap while they looked at her babies. No agression at all.
Then on to Applebee's where the rescuers were so excited to get their critters. My favorite memory is of Pebbles looking out the back window with a BIG grin on her face as her foster mom pulled away in the car. She was very happy.
On another note, just wanted to let you know that the ladies at Tri County said Goldie got a great home, and that Margaret developed kennel cough so they took her off the website until it clears up, then she will go back up for adoption. She is so unique I think she will go quickly.
Thanks for letting me do my small part for these guys and take care of yourself.