Here are the dogs and cats who made the trip to Colorado and their forever homes last week with your help!
BARC tells us we’re about to go over 8000 dogs and cats saved! This amazing accomplishment would not have been possible without you. You’ve been there whenever we’ve asked for fosters, transporters, and volunteers. We think you’re all part of a great team, and we strive to make that team better every day. We always need donors, so thank you for sharing your positive stories about RPM on social media, with your friends and colleagues, and within your communities. Please consider making a donation or becoming a monthly donor if you aren’t already. It’s as easy as clicking here. Thank you for all the ways you support this movement to help Houston’s homeless pet population!
Last September, after a brief stay in Houston with RPM fosters Karen & Gary, Elsie (formerly Sweet Pea) transported to Colorado and found her forever home with Megan & Ryan. Elsie just celebrated her first birthday, and she has quite the life. She lives in Seattle now, and loves all that the city has to offer, especially the beach!
Here are the cats and dogs who traveled to their forever homes on our second transport in June.
If you haven’t joined us for a transport day, we love having volunteers come to escort the dogs and cats through the check-in and loading process. You can also help with collars, or stick around to help clean crates, do laundry, or wash dishes. Volunteers also put together puppy packs, and shampoo or walk dogs and cuddle puppies. Our fosters, volunteers, transporters, and donors are essential parts of our team moving pets to a better future. Thank you for all you do!
Scruffy Scout is growing quickly and settling comfortably into her new life in Colorado. Her new family loves her cute personality! From her new mom:
“She is growing SO fast. She’s gained two pounds since we’ve had her. We have all fallen hard for her. She’s incredibly cute and has such a funny personality. She enjoys things like chasing her own tail and falling over when she’s trying to get at an itch at her back end. She’s in puppy school and is a quick learner, she’s mastered sit, down and working on sit/stay among other things. She is fearless, she’s already attacked a squirrel in our backyard and is getting lots of dog park time and walks. We took her over to the Chatfield Dog Park this weekend and she got into the water for the first time and had a blast splashing around and trying to bite the water.”
We’re so happy to hear that Scout is having a wonderful time, growing and learning like crazy in her new home!
We thought we’d treat you to a double helping of rescue love! These are the dogs and cats who traveled the last week of May AND the first week of June. What a way to kick off summer fun!
Oh, no! Sweet Danica made the transport but her photo was left out of the collages. Here’s her glamour shot. And below is the clinic crew from that week. What would we do without all the volunteers and staff who make our transports happen? Thank you! (But keep scrolling down, because there are more photos for you to enjoy.)
Here are the fantastic dogs and cats who traveled the first week of June!
And here’s the clinic crew from that day. Without them and all our fosters, volunteers, donors, vet, BARC, and clinic staffs, transporters, and other supporters, these dogs and cats would never have made their trips. Thank you for all you do!