Mother's Day was special this year. Karen and Carol of Red Lake Rosie's Rescue met the O'Sullivans enroute to the Leech Lake Pound and then on to Motley. There they met Heidi, Jen, and Barbie to take the animals on to their new foster homes and shelters in the metro.
ALMAA little cat found in a tree in Ponemah was brought to the shelter and only spent two days here before Feline Rescue took Alma in. Now she has a bright future.
BOBBI & BARBIEBobbi Ann and Barbie are two juvenile homeless kittens that were found on the White Earth Reservation by Nancy, a teacher at the school. These girls went to AHS where they will be spayed and adopted out.
CHESSYChessy was a stray puppy in Red Lake that went to Animal Ark where there was already a call for a blue-eyed husky. She came in shy but came around real nicely.
PRINCESSPrincess was accepted by All Dog Rescue when they learned that her family became homeless and could no longer keep her. We have hopes for Princess now that she has a foster home to help her heal her heart.
PARISRADARAvis found two puppies at the Redby garbage dump and brought them to the shelter. Paris and Radar both went to All Dog. Both were beautiful animals and so sad that people think that animals are garbage! Avis keeps a watch on the Redby dump and is doing a great job!
LYLELeah and Lyle are two darling pups that came from Ponemah. Tony gave them a ride to the shelter. They, too, went to All Dog.
SAPPHIRESapphire, a very lovely husky shepherd mix, was found at the Red Lake garbage dump during the April clinic. She was rescued by Carol and is so happy to go to a foster home with All Dog.
ANNA BANANAAnna Banana was a return from Tricounty. This little girl was adopted once and returned when the family moved, so we got her back. Now she is off to Pet Haven to a foster home.
BRIANBrian was among the riders going to Act V for necessary neck surgery. We'll share much more about him in the days to come.
JOE, NANCY, CAROL, TOMWe appreciate the partnerships we have and teamwork that helps more animals than we could have imagined a few years ago. We appreciate how all the transporters and rescues respond to the needs of the animals we find. And, as always, thanks to the people whose financial support -- large and small -- helps us to get emergency medical care for the animals as needed.
Sincerely, Karen RLRR