Cold weather and icy roads did not stop Nancy B. and her son Ryan from visitng the shelter on January 11th. They arrived with a full load of dog and cat kibble and other supplies for the shelter.
RYAN & NANCYThey spent the evening and the morning of january 12th taking care of cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies that are waiting for a placement.
RYAN & KITTYWhat a great help to have them in spite of the subzero temperatures.
RYAN AT WORKRyan helped with the dogs, and kennel cleaning.
ORRIS & MORRISLIONESSTINKYThey left at 10:00 am loaded with 5 cats including Morris, Orris, Chopin, Lioness and Tinky enroute to the Tricounty Humane Society.
GIANNAAlso on board was a puppy named Gianna, rescued from the Red Lake garbage dump, and now happily going to All Dog foster care. Gianna is a great little puppy who already is crate trained. She loves to snuggle in her blanket and has been holding her bathroom breaks for the two times a day she goes outside. She is darling.
TWO PUPSA litter of 4 pups were enroute to Twin City Rescue and Pet Project Rescue, each taking in two.
TWO MORE PUPSThank you so much Nancy and Ryan for coming all this way to help and also for the great rescues that are willing to take the red Lake animals.
We appreciate you.