KAREN SENT OUT A PLEA FOR DOG FOOD RECENTLY:
Red Lake Rosie's Rescue has thankfully been able to transfer many animals to recues the past months. We have gotten plenty of cat canned and kibble, however, are very low on dog food. We have puppy kibble but not much adult dog food left.
People from Red Lake and other areas of the reservation have been coming for food and we have very little to give. (They are actually mixing dog food with some cat food for filler, as we have the cat kibble. Not the greatest, but better than having nothing in their stomachs)
I was wondering of any of the great volunteers getting food from Chuck and Don's have any food collected?
Thank you so much for your help in keeping the dogs at the shelter and those hungry in the community fed.
One day last week we had EIGHT dogs reported in Red Lake with porcupine quills. When dogs are hungry they hunt for food- and when they have to eat porcupine, the results are not good.
Have a nice day and let me know if you have collected any food.
Sincerely, Karen Good
AS USUAL RLRR SUPPORTERS RESPONDEDSome badly needed food supplies were received by Red Lake Rosie's Rescue thanks to the generosity of Erich Russell, John Vaughn, Jenny Fitzer, Pet Haven, Ann Vareka, MaryAnn Cameron, Target, K-Mart, Chaska Shed, AHS, and Chuck & Don's.
MIKEWe estimated the load to be about 2,700 lbs.
TOMTom, my sister Carolyn, and I met Erich and John in Little Falls, loaded up the trailer, and then headed back to RLRR to fill up the empty food shelves.
MIKE WITH RADAR & LEO (puppies found at the dump) AND FAWNIt was an ideal variety of food for all of the animals. Great team work required.....a huge thank you to all involved.
KARENIt was a long day but a very good day overall. We are grateful to everyone
who pitched in on such short notice to help provide much-needed food for the animals at RLRR!
NANCYThanks so much.............