From Hopeless to Hopeful - Emergency SituationMarch 30, 2020 | 1:42pm
From Hopeless to Hopeful - Emergency Situation
JUST IN: We have been asked to help in an emergency situation.
**Absolutely no judgement will be allowed in the comments of this post**
A woman has been doing the best she can to feed stray dogs a few hours outside of Missouri, but the dogs have been reproducing and reproducing. There are now 40+ dogs and puppies on the property and they need our help. “Impossible to count all of them, so many puppies, so many adults – they are everywhere” was used to describe the situation. Many are injured, have been hit by cars, are way too thin, and in need of medical care. Our team of essential staff members were going to help on Wednesday and bring back as many as we can, with a focus on the injured, pregnant or nursing, and puppies. HOWEVER, we were just notified that 6 of them have been shot, so we are now going TOMORROW morning. This team of people have been working together at the shelter, we will not be meeting anyone on the property in person, and will continue being mindful and extra cautious to keep ourselves safe.
We are looking for loving people to open up their homes and foster an adult or older puppy that will need patience and understanding as they learn how to transition into a loved family member. We’re sure most of these dogs will be under socialized, unsure how to walk on a leash, etc., and they need you.
Help us turn this tragic, hopeless situation into an inspiring tale full of hope.
To help these poor souls live a life of love, please sign up to foster.
We can’t do it without your love and support. A huge thank you to Frank Leta for letting us borrow a utility van from them on such short notice!