Lousiana Flooding Update
Thank you for your donations to help the animals at the St. Landry Parish shelter which was affected by the recent flooding in Louisiana.
When we asked what supplies were most needed, the shelter director told us that due to continuous overcrowding, many dogs are housed outdoors. They requested spacious outdoor runs and dog houses to keep them safe and dry. So thanks to your generosity, we sent them a 13 extra-large dog houses, outdoor dog runs and stainless steel bowls ... all of which arrived today! Thank you so much for helping us help these animals!
We received a transport of 15 dogs from the shelter on Saturday. Everyone is happy and settling in.
We wanted to share this story of Momma Melody pictured here who was found tied to a lawnmower with her pups roaming loose in a Louisiana backyard, abandoned by the family that moved after the flooding and left them to die — Melody and her pups are now safe with us thanks to your donations and a heroic pilot named Jason who does freedom flights for Pet Rescue!
Pet Rescue never leaves behind the mom, and brought this little
family to safety where they will get vet care, cuddles and some training before being adopted out to loving homes.
But there are so many more mothers and puppies that need our help — won't you please save a family's life today?
Please make a donation now, any amount makes an important difference, and help Pet Rescue bring more mothers and their puppies to safety. Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested in sponsoring a rescue mission — we need all the help we can get to bring these poor dogs to safety.
We can't do it without you — please help save lives today!
Thank you so much!