Keep Them Doggies Rolling

On Saturday, RPM, BARC, and volunteers once again loaded the bus, allowing thirty-three dogs to leave death row for new homes in Colorado. We love sharing their photos with you so you can experience the happiness of knowing better days lie ahead for these sweethearts.

Miss Angie was the first pup on site today. She already has a new family waiting for her. She took her toy along for the ride.

Thanks, everybody, for the energy, enthusiasm, hard work, and donuts that made it a great morning.

On the Road Again

Thanks to team work from RPM, BARC, and volunteers, we were able to move another 24 dogs from death row to Colorado to be placed in forever homes. Here are some of today’s sweet faces.

Gretchin is a five month old Basset Hound mix.
Athena is a three year old Lab/German Shepherd mix.
Gee Gee is a two year old Labrador Retriever mix.
Katelynn is a four year old German Shepherd dog mix.
Chowbella is a six month old miniature Schnauzer/Wirehaired Dachshund mix.
Daphne is a two year old Pointer/Dalmatian mix.
Cindy is a seven month old Labrador Retriever mix.
Beatriz is a three month old Dachshund mix.
Carl is a two year old Boxer/Bull Terrier mix.
Tom is a two year old German Shepherd dog mix.
The crew has ensured that the dogs are loaded safely, their crates secured, and everybody has comfortable bedding and water bottles for the trip.
Mike drives them away  to find new forever families in Colorado. Safe journey!

Katie and Clyde: More Success Stories

This is Katie, rescued from death row at BARC, peeking at you on her way to a new home.

This is Clyde. One of our board members was at BARC picking up cats one day when she saw Clyde looking at her through the window. Though he was heartworm positive, she knew Clyde should be saved and took him with her. He was immediately adopted by a family in Colorado. Clyde loves hiking with his new family and is pictured here with Mt. Evans in the background.

Clyde with his new friend Rita hiking near his home.



We love sharing our success stories with all of you who are so supportive of Rescued Pets Movement.

Angie needs our help.

RPM is rescuing little Angie from BARC today as she was set to be put to sleep over the weekend. She is a 6 month old lab puppy and just 24lbs. She is spayed, up to date on shots and all ready to go home. She will be picked up from BARC today and head to our vet to be checked out and then will be ready to go. She has a foster home with other labbie brothers and sisters waiting for her in Colorado and together, we can save her sweet little life. Here is where we need your help:

1. Can someone temporary foster this little one for the week? We plan to send her on our CO run next week. It’s so hard on puppies to sit in boarding (and an expense that can be better used to save the life of another dog or cat who can go to CO).

2. Need $50 to sponsor for her ride to CO – can anyone be her rescue angel and sponsor her? Or maybe a few people can come together to sponsor her.

Please email me at if you can help foster her. To donate for her, please visit us at

Angie and your friends at RPM want to thank you so much for being part of the animal rescue community and coming together to save so many lives!!


A few of our success stories

Moved from Houston to Colorado on 9/26/13, Eddie has been adopted!
Moved from Houston to Colorado on 9/30/13, Anise has been adopted!
Moved from Houston to Colorado on 9/30/13, Daniela has been adopted!
Moved from Houston to Colorado on 9/30/13, Gidget has been adopted!

RPM Needs Temporary Fosters for Its BARC Hospital Dogs (Pretty Please?)


Rescued Pets Movement’s first official transport was a success, and today another group of dogs and cats will be bound for new homes in Colorado (more about that later). This email is about the two dogs and two puppies we pulled out of BARC’s hospital ward last week so that it could make room for other sick animals. These four kids had kennel cough, which was easy to treat. Right now they are boarding at our vet, so we would love to get them into loving foster homes for just two weeks where they can await transport to Colorado.

Being a temporary foster is awesome: your costs are covered or you can receive a tax deduction for any of your expenses, you provide love and a home to a homeless pet (thereby filling up your karma bucket), and it is for a definitive (and short) amount of time. Can you foster one of these pets for just two weeks? If you would like to become a temporary foster or would like more information about temporary fostering, please contact us at

There are two ways for you to financially help one of these four dogs, and no amount is too small. You can make a tax-deductible donation by credit card by going to our website at and clicking the donate tab. Or if you prefer to donate by check, please make it out to “RPM Inc.” and mail it to us at

RPM Inc.
3139 W. Holcombe Blvd. #135
Houston, Texas 77025

Every cent of your donation will go toward transporting these well-deserving pets, toward temporarily fostering a pet until he or she can be transported, and/or toward reasonable and necessary medical costs. Any excess funds we receive (we can dream, right?!) will automatically be applied to our next transport. Also, if one of the animals listed is adopted or rescued by another group, we will pull another dog or cat in his or her place.

Thank you so much for joining our movement to make Houston a no-kill city.

Your Friends from


* Your PayPal receipt can serve as your receipt for tax-deduction purposes, and if you donate by check, receipts will be mailed on a quarterly basis.

BLUE – ID#A1183388
My name is BLUE.
I am a neutered male, tricolor German Shepherd Dog mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 4 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Sep 14, 2013.

BLACKY – ID#A1185115
My name is BLACKY.
I am a female, black and tan Rottweiler mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 3 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Sep 21, 2013.

SHORTY – ID#A1180228
My name is SHORTY.
I am a spayed female, tricolor Beagle mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Sep 06, 2013.

PA’LEN – ID#A1180382
My name is PA’LEN.
I am a spayed female, black and white Labrador Retriever mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 4 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Sep 07, 2013.

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