Some time ago, RPM transported a older, pregnant momma to one of our partner rescues in Colorado. She had her puppies, and all were adopted into different, but happy and loving homes. Recently, several of the adopters arranged to get-together and have a big family reunion!! Momma Teresa and a few of the siblings weren’t able to make it, but five pups did! All had a wonderful and special puppy play date.
For those of us on the Houston side, it can be scary to send these cats and dogs so far away, but they have such great lives waiting for them! Special and fun things like this are so great to see. Our partner rescues find loving homes and awesome lives for these animals that never would have had a chance here in Texas.
Within two days of landing in Colorado, Kona (fka Happy) found her forever home. She’s quickly settling in and her forever family has this to say about her:
Kona is settling in well in Colorado Springs and is currently enjoying a snoozy snuggle with my mom on the porch swing. Her new big sister is Puzzle, an 11 year old border collie/heeler mix who is trying to teach her to play with her and the toys. She’s a sweetie and we look forward to getting to know her and training her.
Here are the wonderful dogs and cats who traveled to Colorado the first week of September with your help!
Every week it takes a huge team of people to take care of the RPM dogs and cats and get them ready for transport and then on board. We couldn’t do it without our fosters, volunteers, donors, staff, vet assistance, and transporters. More than eight thousand of Houston’s formerly homeless join us in thanking you for their new lives!
Are you already missing summer? We have the cure! Celebrate summer days past with a look at the dogs and cats who rolled to Colorado the last two weeks of August.
Here’s part of the group who helped load on that rainy day, and a couple of the other pups who traveled.
It was a sunnier transport day the last week of August when these dogs and cats made the trip.
And here are just a few of the crew who helped put the transport together that day. They represent the hundreds of volunteers, donors, transporters, fosters, medical staff, and rescuers who make up RPM’s team. THANK YOU!