In our last post, we told you about RPM’s successful media launch. With so much activity surrounding the two vans, the media, and the many animals to transport, our photographer wasn’t able to get the photos and names of all 48 dogs and four cats. We never forget that these deserving pets are who we’re working for, so we wanted to share at least a few of their names and faces.
A word about Jonah and the marks on his head. When he and his foster mom were on their way to the event, she stopped at her salon and of course took him inside with her. Her hairdresser covered his sweet head with kisses–and who wouldn’t? He’s wearing the traces of her lipstick.
We love the BARC staff and our fosters, friends, donors, transporters, affiliate organizations, vets, boarders, and the people on the other end of the journey who meet and often photograph the dogs there. All the dogs and cats from this transport are now safe and sound in Colorado. Here are a few photos of their arrival.
Thanks to the hard work of RPM’s volunteers, fosters, and friends, along with the folks at BARC, another 44 dogs and one cat were saved from euthanasia and sent to our rescue affiliates in Colorado. Some of these beautiful faces have had heartbreaking beginnings, but they’ll enjoy happy lives in their new homes with loving families.
But wait, says Mousey the Cat, that’s not all!
These are just a few of the people our dogs and cats love and we thank.
A favorite sight: pets heading for their new homes. Safe travels!
RPM, BARC, volunteers, and some of our foster families kicked off November by sending five cats and 42 dogs to new homes in Colorado. The sun was shining on these wonderful animals whose lives have been saved thanks to rescuers in Houston and affiliates in Colorado.
Our hardworking group pauses for a photo.
The cats said it was okay for the dogs to go along.
Thank you to the fosters who welcome these dogs and cats into their homes and provide conscientious care.
More of the crew.
Mike ready to deliver these wonderful animals safely to their new homes.
Meet Booker and Ariel! They were rescued with their mom a couple of months ago and are now ready to find forever homes of their own!
BOOKER – This sweet little dark orange tabby boy is 13 weeks old and ready to find a home of his own. He is the active boy out of the group and very affectionate. He loves to play with toys, wrestle with his siblings and zoom around the house as fast as his little legs will take him! Booker is all boy, and maybe even part dog. He is definitely the brave guy in the house, chasing the German Shepherd on a nightly basis before snuggling down with her for a nap.
ARIEL – Our sweet little girl is an adorable Tabby/Calico gal. Ariel is 13 weeks old and ready to find a purrfect home! A dainty little girl, she is the sweet little lady out of the group and is extremely affectionate (just like her brother!). She loves to play with toys, dart around the house with her siblings, and then settle down for a cuddle with them. She likes to let her big brother take the lead in most things, just happy to tag along and be part of whatever he might be getting into.
Booker & Ariel have their bags packed- can they come to your house?
If you are interested in adopting Booker and/or Ariel, please contact us right away at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get your application started!