I received this urgent plea from Ginger’s Pet Rescue, they are trying to help save the abandoned dogs leftover after the California forest fires. If you can help please contact them as soon as possible, time is running out. Post and crosspost this message to all your dog loving friends, rescue organizations, or anyone you think may be able to help.
Many of the animals were about to be euthanized until Ginger’s Pet Rescue in Seattle intervened. They all have a story – we can see it in their eyes. They really even don’t need to tell us,” says Martha Gibson-Wolfe, one of the rescuers.
Volunteers with Ginger’s Pet Rescue say the dogs were on Death Row – frightened and confused – animals of all sizes, breeds and backgrounds.
All were lost, separated or abandoned by their families during the chaos of the recent wildfires in Southern California.
Animal shelters there could no longer house them all, and many were on the verge of being euthanized, until this group saved them.
“You see all these really nice dogs, and you think if the truck was just a few days later or even just a few hours later, they could be put to sleep,” says rescuer Catherine Hannan.
The forgotten dogs are searching for a new start.
WE HAVE 32 MORE FOREST FIRE DOGS COMING THIS SUNDAY ~ NOVEMBER 22th !!!
We desperately need fosters homes for this coming Sunday’s arrival!
The last four Sundays we took in over 120 dogs that were saved out of the California Forest Fires in San Bernardino.
There are over 800 acres on fire and over 1300 Firefighters and all these forgotten dogs were refused by the local shelter due to lack of space.
They give us two options either board them or euthanize them and because these dogs are so great we are boarding them & saving them and bringing them up to Seattle 30 dogs at a time !!!
These dogs are so lucky to be saved as many dogs did not make it out alive.
We are making arrangements to bring them up here on Sunday ~ November 22nd.
Please ask around to your friends, family and co workers for a month or two of loving a dog in desperate need.
* Must fill out a Foster Application
Date of Arrival: November 22nd SUNDAY
Time: Late Afternoon
Place: South Seattle
* Remember it’s all about saving one dog at a time !
* Please e-mail me and let me know that you can help !
If you can not foster, donations would be deeply appreciated as many of the incoming dogs are sick.
* Leashes, Collars, Dog Food, Crates, Pee Pads would be great and you can drop off to address below!
Our address is 322 North 105th ~ Seattle, Wash 98133
Thank You and all the dogs really appreciate all your help!