The Good in Rescue
Updated: Nov 27, 2019
Sharing my happy heart and the many things I'm grateful for, thanks to the animals and humans we meet in the animal rescue world.
When you get into rescue, you don’t look for rewards. But when you do rescue, you find rewards come to you in little ways every day. A kind word, a donation at your doorstep, someone new fostering, words of thanks at the grocery store.
I have been so fortunate to be in a community of animal advocates; I have met so many wonderful neighbors I probably never would have had it not been for what I do. Today, as I was thinking about what to write about, a lovely lady who has fostered for me, blessed me with donations – so many things I can use. I hadn’t put out a call for donations, but she knew I could use them. We chatted for some time and it was so good to catch up. Everything she left will be put to good use and I’m thankful. My heart is full. She and I met through rescue and I’m so glad we did. If you are still on the fence about volunteering or fostering – Jump off! Your heart will be full, too.
Because of wonderful fosters and support of my community, we have more wonderful little fur babies looking for their furrrrever family.
We have Suki and her littles – they are all darling and their foster family has been over the moon with watching them grow.
Update: All of Suki's kittens have been adopted, but momma Suki is still looking for her home!! Learn more about her here.
We have Chewie and Ewok – rescued at about six days old, these two gave their foster mom a few scares, but she was alert to small changes; and they were whisked promptly to the vet for attention. They are darling!
(Ewok pictured on the right & Wookie pictured below)
Update: Chewie and Ewok were adopted in their furever home together!
CUTENESS ALERT! We have NINE little kittens we took in who desperately needed rescue. We couldn’t have done it without fosters stepping up!