Greetings Everyone, Welcome, to R.E.D. Alert News. This news letter
is updated as new needs arise and information comes in. It is R.E.D.
central to keep rescue volunteers and donors informed. R.E.D. Alert News
contains Urgent Animals in need of fosters or transport or sponsors. We also
post ongoing stories and efforts for R.E.D. foster animals in need of
help or sponsors for medical, care support and training. Animals posted
here are often in critical need. Please, respond as quickly as possible
to save lives. We also post general R.E.D. news, events, supply needs and
fundraising efforts. Some postings are group news and animal follow ups
and pictures that are just for fun. Please, check back for the updates on
all these postings. If you wish to help with a foster, transport,
financially sponsor or take on any volunteer effort let us know.
Please, read the following R.E.D. Alert News and let us know if there is
anyone you can help save or a need you would like to assist with. Thank you
all for your commitment to rescue which uplifts human and animal lives in
Sincerely, Tiami Coleburg R.E.D. Executive Director
Thursday August 15th 2013
RENNIE NEEDS YOUR HELP
Monday December 10th 2012
R.E.D. RESCUE ALERT: Washington State. Rennie has a broken leg and has arrived in the care of Rescue Every Dog. We need a foster home commited to his recovery.
He is a kind little boy. We need sponsors to help get him back to 4 paws on the floor. RED is a long standing 501c3 and Donations for this tiny one maybe mailed to RED PO Box 1741 Kingston WA 98346 or go to our website www.rescueeverydog.org and make an online donation. To chat with us message us on face book rescue every dog or email email@example.com. RED relies on donations to help homeless dogs like this tiny Life. RED has taken in a large number of major medical care dogs in the last 2 weeks and we really need sponsors to support theses rescue efforts. Please join us in the fight for life.
SHARE IF YOU CARE. PLEASE USE THE POWER OF SHARE. A LIFE IN NEED DEPENDS ON IT.
Sunday December 9th 2012
R.E.D. RESCUE FLASH: This is the sweet face of Murphy. He came to R.E.D. foster care today. His owner has become homeless and Murphy had no where to go. Murphys owner was in tears when he spoke with REDs caseworker. His owner had gotten the dog from his mother when she died. He had promised her he would take care of her beloved dog. He cried, I promised I would take care of him and I have failed. Lynette REDs caseworker told him, No you have not failed for finding him a safe way to a new life is taking care of him. This rescue was about helping the people that were connected to Murphy also.
He is about 6 to 7 years old and is a Saint Bernard and Yellow Lab x. He is chubby and needs to see the vet. It has been a while since he has been seen by a vet due to the life challenges his owner had. He is a soft gentle boy and we are glad we could save him. He should be available for adoption after he gets vet checked and gets some pounds off his cute self. Thank you LT for stepping up for Murphy.
SPONSOR MURPHY: Murphy needs sponsors to help pay for his general care costs, vet costs for dental, bloodwork, vaccines and vet check.
BUDDY AND HIS GIRLS
Sunday December 9th 2012
Share if you care. tlc
We all know how very unfair life can be. Sometimes we have to step outside our norm because it is just the right thing to do to try to ease the suffering of others while they cope with tragedy and pain brought about ...
by others. Buddy sits and waits for his owner that will never come home.
Lori Johnson was killed in Silverdale, WA and we at Rescue Every Dog are helping her dog. Lori lost her life due to no fault of her own. She was a passenger in a car on November 17th and was in a horrible car wreck. I will not call it an accident as I do not feel anyone under the influence of drugs and alcohol should be allowed to call their actions an accident. The story makes one sicker when you read about the person that killed her. This wreck was cause by a woman eluding police and in the possession of alcohol, heroin, meth and cocaine. She also had a outstanding warrant in another state.
Lori had a family that needed and loved her. Lori’s daughters are 6 and 17 years old. We are so very sad for them. A family friend has requested we help the dog this family loves. He is a living connection to their mother. He will stay with a R.E.D. foster home hopefully until we figure out if the girls have a home to keep him at. They have ask to to be allowed to keep him. I think they have lost enough right now. They deserve some time and support to come to grips with all of this.
Buddy is booked for vet care on Thursday at R.E.D.’s expense. He will be vetted, neutered, wormed and vaccinated. He also needs grain free food. We would also like to have him get a week or two at a professional trainer so he has some of the better basic skills he needs to be an excellent dog for the girls and to assure his success with them. We are working on selecting the right R.E.D. foster match. If interested let us know. Our guess is the oldest girl will have her situation figured out by spring or early summer. They has an offer of a housing to live in then and that their Buddy can join them again.
So, please, take the time to step up and help do the right thing and support these girls and their dog Buddy. This would be an wonderful act of kindness in a very sad time. Their mom cannot be there for them but we all can in this small way. We are requesting donations to cover Buddy’s care, food, training and vets costs. Please, feel free to share this with others. Together we cannot undo the horrendous wrong already done but we can provide some much needed humanity by providing care for Buddy and allowing these girls the time and support they need right now. RED is long standing 501 c3 and Buddy’s donations may be made online at our website www.rescueeverydog.org or mailed to R.E.D. PO Box 1741, Kingston WA 98346 . Please message us in face book or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE: TRANSPORTERS NEEDED
Sunday December 9th 2012
UPDATE: RUNS NEEDED
NEEDED December week of 12-8-12 Chris needs a ride from Prosser to Western Washington. 360-779-5775 or email@example.com and/or check face book for updates.
We post lost of need, fun post, alumni updates and rescues in action.
ZANE NEEDS SPONSORS
Saturday December 8th 2012
Zane Needs Help
Zane was rescued from a remote shelter in Eastern Washington. He has a broken leg. He is a wonderful boy. Sweet friendly and kind. RED needs sponsors to help cover the costs of his care and medical care. Please make a donation so RED can continue to save lives like Zane. Go to the RED home page and make a donation for Zane and animals like him!
Saturday December 8th 2012
RED ALERT: Washington State- Yesterday she had no name and was alone, in horrible pain and starving. This sweet baby Border Collie is now named Holly. A new life path has begun thanks to rescuers who care. She was found yesterday in a remote part of Eastern Washington in Benton County. She needs your help. She has a seriously broken leg and pelvic fracture. She is also very thin from not getting the care she needs. This little one needs a ride to Western Washington to get to R.E.D. so she can see our vets and then go to foster care. She needs time and financial support. Donation for this bright little puppy may be made at www.rescueeverydog.org. We are a long standing non profit 501 c3 who specialize in helping exception animals in need. You can contact Rescue Every Dog on face book or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Holly will need soon a loving forever home! Please share so Holly may have her life begin again and move to into happy and safe. Please join us in the effort to make this rescue a life success. She needs financial sponsors, transporters to from Eastern Washington to the Kingston area and then to Montesano. Transports will be broken into 2 trips after she has had more vet care. Please share if you care. tlc
URGENT: CHRIS Prosser dog needs foster
Saturday December 8th 2012
R.E.D. RESCUE ALERT: Washington State. The status on this little dog is URGENT. This little terrier mix is in a shelter that needs him to exit immediately to save his life. He needs a foster home. He is shy and will need time and training. He has not shown any aggression but is very scared and is bewildered by what life has brought to him. Please, contact us if you want to save his life before it is to late. To live he must have transport from Eastern Washington to Western Washington and first and foremost he must have a foster place to live and recover and then find a forever home from. Please sponsor this dog! If you are another 501c3 Rescue, please, contact us if you can help. Please message rescue every dog on face book or email email@example.com
Saturday December 8th 2012
Bale of Tomothy hay.
RED needs towels in good clean condition. Our supply of towels is critical to animal care and is getting totally worn out. Hey still need towels!
Kitten and Puppy Formula
STUFF WE NEEDFOR RED FOSTER ANIMALS
THE EVERYDAY ITEMS REALLY ADD UP PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING
>Fast way to help get supplies we need for the R.E.D. animals Costco gift cards, Lowes gift cards, Amazon Gift cards
ANIMAL FOODS NEEDED
> Dry grain free cat food and regular cat food needed now. Super low.
>Instinct Frozen Raw Diet
>MERRICK TURDUCKIN AND EVO GRAIN FREE AND TIKI DOG CANNED FOOD FOR AMY, SHAMUS. Superior pet foods in Poulsbo 360-697-3550 carries it and give us a discount if you want to call and buy some for them (or make a donation directly to RED to cover the cost) and we will pick it up. We have dry GRAIN FREE food for them. The canned food is one of the bright spots of their day.
>Neah, Baybie and cami and truffles are all on raw diet. Please donate to support their special diet!
>Ozzie is on potato egg and hamburger diet. please donate product or $ to support his food! Tiami has been doing the cooking if anyone wants to help.
>Dog treats and chews Grain free and regular.
>Canned Dog food
>Canned Cat Food.
>Rabbit foods Timothy Oxbow 50 pound bags. 1 bag left Order from Superior Superior pet foods in Poulsbo 360-697-3550 carries it and give us a discount if you want to call and buy some for them (or make a donation directly to RED to cover the cost) and we will pick it up.
Rabbit- Horse Dog treats veggies and fruit. We Buy in bulk at Costco. Even the dogs love a big carrot to snack on.
>Hot dogs for treats and training. Bulk packages.
AFTER WINTER RAIN GOES
> Gallon of exterior white paint (and if possible someone to paint it on the railing ;o)
>20 full sheets of solid foam type insulation to finish the walls and roof of our food storage areas. The metal roof rains when the weather gets cold and it could ruin the expensive food. The building has earned the name the rain forest due to the sweaty roof when the weather is right. It makes tons more work for Tiami to move and bag in plastic and sort foods for the foster homes. Tiamis time could be better spent and no food should get wasted. Lets get this fixed! THANK YOU TO A SPECIAL DONOR MARCIA H. FOR THE INSULATION! YOUR SUPPORT IS SO APPRECIATED!
>Bleach - there are 1 bottle on shelf
>Detergent 1/2 bottle left.Fragrance free only because of allergy dogs/cats. Liquid is all we can use due to hard water.
>We are running out of good condition towels.
>Pine Pellets bedding and litter. We buy at Cenex 4 bags left. We use a lot of this folks. Cat puppy and rabbit and GP foster homes.
>Dog treats and chews Grain free and regular. Pretty much out of these.
>Veggies for the buns and dogs.
>excercise pens with gate in them.
>New easy pop up sun canopies to replace our broken ones we use at outreaches. white or red colors.
We need a gallon of white semi gloss exerior paint
Paper Towels. We are almost out!
canned dog and cat food
dog treats and chews
veggies oranges bananas apples
HELP if you can. RED the animals need you!
AVAILABLE RED RABBIT FOSTERS
Saturday December 8th 2012
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R.E.D. WILL BE ATTENDING SEVERAL RABBIT AUCTIONS SALES THIS MONTH PLEASE OFFER A FOSTER SPOT TO A RABBIT SO WE CAN BRING ONE OUT FOR ANOTHER CHANCE AT LIFE.
3 Mini Rex Bunnies ranging from 1 to 2 years need foster spots. Please let us know if you can save them with adoption or foster care. Our rabbit foster homes are full.
OPAL: Neatherland Dwarf female. Tiny 2 pounder. Beautiful and sweet.
EMERY AND KATALIA: AMERICAN FUZZY LOP MALE AND HOLLAND LOP BONDED PAIR. VERY SWEET, ANIMATED, FUNNY LOVING. Litter box trained
MOCHA AND LATTE: House trained and super sweet . This bonded pair is waiting for a foster of adopter!
ZIGGY STAR DUST: American Fuzzy Lop Ziggy Star Dust 5 months. Super soft kind boy.
BRENT: Californian neutered male. Soft and kind. He is doing well with his litter box.
LONDON: Standard Rex female. Super sweet and has good litter box habits What a pretty girl!
SOFIA: Mini Rex female. Nice bunny with a sweet nature. Nice litter box habits.
MALCOLM: Young Jersey Wooley Buck . Soft and sweet. Can be shy. Dwarf wool breed rabbit.
CHECK THE ADOPTION PAGE FOR MORE PICTURES AND BIOS ON SOME OF THESE RABBITS.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO FOSTER A RABBIT, PLEASE, TELL TIAMI AS SHE CAN SAVE ONE FROM SLAUGHTER THAT IS NICE AND KIND. MANY RABBITS THAT ARE PETS END UP ON AUCTIONS AND SALE TABLES WHERE THEY ARE USED FOR MEAT AND PET FOOD. WE NEED SPOTS A HEAD OF TIME SO WE KNOW HOW MANY TO SAVE WHEN WE SEE THEM.
HOPPY TAILS ADOPTED BUNS
ECLIPSE:ADOPTEDMini Rex she is animated and fun.
EBONY: ADOPTED2 pound black polish dwarf. Extremely sweet and has superb rabbit skills with rabbit friends. Best friends with Nutella.
NUTELLA:ADOPTED Shaded Mini Rex sf wonderful girl. Best buds with Ebony. Kind and gentle. Superb rabbit. Best friends with Ebony.
AIDEN: IN FOSTER TO ADOPTOpal Holland Lop. Good boy. Fun personality. VERY handsome.
OSLO:ADOPTEDStandard Rex male great litter box habits and amazing personality. This a a great rabbit.
HOP SCOTCH: Jersey Wooly male. Beyond handsome. Very clean bunny. litter box trained.THANK YOU ALISON FOR HELPING HOPSCOTCH WITH A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE.
PRESTON: Flemish Giant who is friendly outgoing and a happy boy. Thank you Lynette for fostering handsome Preston.
LOKI: Flemish and New Zealand mix spayed female. Thank you Lynette for fostering
KIEV:ADOPTED Standard Rex Otter baby. Thank you Chrissy for fostering Kiev ADOPTED!!!
SMORES:ADOPTEDLitter box trained handsome mini rex neutered male.ADOPTED!!!
FINN: Mini Rex adopted
MANNY: ADOPTED7 month old (1-2012) English Lop fawn. Funny animated and very fun. He is litter box trained really well and has been a good boy.
BRISTOL: ADOPTED Dutch Lion head mix. Love this funny boy ADOPTED!!!
ARIES: Mini Rex male. 5 to 6 months old ADOPTED!!!
Princess:ADOPTED Holland LopADOPTED!!!
URGENT DOG FOSTERS NEEDED!
Saturday December 8th 2012
We Want a Home Please
URGENT Terrier mix in EW area needs a foste home now. He is shy.
There is a list of dogs below that would all love to be adopted or get into new foster spots.
Fosters needed for a variety of breed dogs
Not all the dogs have pictures below. Some of these these dogs are posted on the adoption page for more info and pictures on each dog. The ones still in shelters and new arrivals at R.E.D. are not posted on R.E.D.s adoption page.
1) Katniss Chi dachsy mix pretty friendly and cute
1) Peeta dachsy chi mix puppy Cute! Friendly!
1) Tansy chihuahua Super cute and friendly
1) Pug 6 yrs nm Smugs is very kind and good with other animals. He is vision impaired due to severe neglect by his previous owner. He is making progress on his eyes and is on meds. - at RED office
1) Pug chin mix female Brandy at RED office, Shy but sweet, great with other dogs.
1) Sage and Basil Min Pin Dachsy mix The Herbs Litter - can go seperately but would love to go together - at RED office
1) Frankie Chi Pom mix maleat RED office. Great little dog. Best buddy dog.
1) Ozzie 7 year old shih tzu nm. Extremely sweet. good with everyone. Severe allergies - on allergy diet hamburger and potatos
1) Cruiser senior Yorki nm.kind. Good boy. On lasix heart meds. active and no big issues.
1) Amy King Charles and pug mix. Playful happy loves to play with other dogs.
1) Spencer pom chi mix sweet funny boy recovering from skin issues and doing well.
1) Aspen puppy
1) Mimosa Puppy
CAT FOSTERS NEEDED!
Saturday December 8th 2012
We Want a Home Please
There is a list of cats below that would all love to be adopted or get into new foster spots.
URGENT CATS 12-7-12:
1) litter that is 9 weeks old are as follows: 4 striped tabbies with white and black, 1 black, 1 tuxedo. They are medium hair to longhaired.
2) Litter 6 weeks old are 5 black with silver tufts and 1 fluffy gray and that one may have a home. Some of the black have a little white on their chests.
3) The one week olds are striped tabbies and some black and white with a mom cat.
All have lived in and been around other animals and children..All the kittens will be either medium hair length or long fluffy
WE NEED CAT AND KITTEN FOSTERS! KITTENS ARE STARTING TO SURFACE AND NEED PLACES TO GROW UP.
Fosters needed for a variety of cats
Some of these these cats are posted on the adoption page for more info and pictures on each cat and some are not posted. The ones still in shelters are not posted on REDs adoption page.
1)Macy DLH tortie
2) orange tabby kittens need to be moved from present location in forks
3) Louie dlh tabby Funny happy cat.
4) Sassy Calico
5) Marco grey white nice kitty.
6)Mojo and Whiskers Siamese x and a dlh black and white. nice cats.
7) Court Siamese mix
8) Mickey and Mikey 5 month male kittens.
LOTS MORE PLEASE ASK
If you would like to foster kittens please let us know so when a phone call comes in about some we know to say, Yes!
Saturday December 8th 2012
We would like to add 2 more Bungelows. One for entry dogs and one for cats that are medically clear but waiting for a foster home or a place to wait for a store adoption space. They cost 8 to 11,000.00
We would like to improve/expand our rabbit cat Habby play areas so donations are needed. We also need spay neuter medical funding for rabbits and cats. Rabbits are the 3rd most common animal in rescue. This is baby Basil who arrived seriously injured from a cat attack. She is doing well and is a kind bunny baby and is in foster care. Ashely Marty Paris Venis and Nala are all animal shelter transfers. There are many rabbits waiting for rescue that need foster spots if you would like to foster a rabbit let us know! Please donate to save the kindest of creatures.
CONSTRUCTION ON OUR THE FIRST LITTLE BUNGALOW RESCUE ROOM IS COMPLETE.
ANNA CAT IS HANGING OUT WITH HER 15 BUNNY FRIENDS. PLEASE HELP WITH DONATIONS FOR THE CARE OF THE ANIMALS WHO NEED THIS SPACE. WE WOULD LIKE TO ADD A SECOND BUNGELOW . PLEASE DONATE HOUSING FOR ANIMALS IN NEED! PLEASE EMAIL IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP BUILD THE NEXT ANIMAL BUNGALOW!
SAVING MISS AMY
Saturday December 8th 2012
THE JOURNEY FOR A NEW LIFE HAS BEGUN
SEE BELOW AMY IS READY FOR A HOME!
Little baby Amy we are told was hit by a car way back on about 8-20-11. She was taken to a vet by her owner but no x-rays were taken or supportive care provided. Then on 9-3-11 the dog was taken to the animal shelter and left there. This little one had now sat for weeks with no correct care. That shelter she had been left to had no means to help a very broken dog so the shelter staff jumped to action and called R.E.D. R.E.D. dispatched transport and had our vet on standby even though it was after hours. We scooped up Little Amy and with high hopes for her recovery drove her straight to the care she had needed weeks ago.
The x-rays immediately made us sad and really a little mad. She had bravely endured weeks with no pain meds with fractures that would have made a grown man black out in agony. Her pelvis is fractured/smashed on both sides and she has a smaller degree spinal/tail fracture. A real Wow factor is she can stand on one rear leg with these injuries. These are recoverable injuries even though they are affected by the serious delay in treatment and care prior to arrival at R.E.D. Her recovery journey will be months. R.E.D. is currently working with Dr. Ginny and an Orthopedic Vet to give her what she needs to get well. Amy needs a lot of one one one time from R.E.D. staff to keep her moving towards well and mentally happy and developing properly which costs additional $ to our program. This brave little girl deserves a chance to be pain free and well again. We are as committed to her recovery as she is amazingly strong. We are with you little girl every step of the way on this journey of recovery. Please, join us on this life saving effort to give baby Amy the chance to grow up and live a long and loving life. Please, make a sponsor donation.
Thank you Dr. Ginny for your life saving work.
UPDATE: 11-18-11 Amy is ready for adoption. Amy has made an amazing recovery. She runs and plays and is full of life. She still has some nerve damage in her foot that is causing her to walk on the back of her toes but we still have hope she may gain some more of that back. If not she at this time just needs the foot to be on soft surfaces not concrete and she does fine and uses the leg just like her other one. She is available for adoption at this time to a home that understands her care needs. She is a normal dog but needs her foot protected from pavement etc. Amy is a playful loving dog that has a zest for life that we all enjoy!
UPDATE: AMY is still waiting for an applicant adopter! Hard to believe not one has been interested in this great little girl.
UPDATE: 2-15-12 Amy needs sponsors to help pay for her food. She tested positive for crystals in her urine so she need prescriptions diet. It is 50.00 a bag.
UPDATE: Amy still needs a home or a foster home.
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS:
BAYBIE NEEDS YOU
Saturday December 8th 2012
We have a special little one that needs you.
Look in this face and see the light of life shining. Please, help us keep her on this bright life path. The work R.E.D. does with animals in need is made of time and love and many steps in a row. These are rescues of the human heart and soul for a brethren creature in need. All of this in addition to love and dedication requires funds. We are looking for help for surgery costs and care costs for Baybie. She needs surgery to correct a Cleft Palate (defect between the roof or her mouth and sinus.) This surgery is a must for her to live out her life. She was born a preemie and without intervention would have not survived. She and I have worked hard to bring her to this point. She believes me to be her mother and looks to me to make her world safe and happy. We tube fed her round the clock from birth and held her close so she knew she was loved. She is eating regular food and having a very good time. She has been vet checked again and is clear for surgery. Now we need you to help her have this gift of surgery so she can make this next life hurtle which will eventually bring her to her forever home. Please, make a donation at this site on the home page www.rescueeverydog.org or mail a donation for Baybie to RED PO Box 1741 Kingston WA 98346. RED is a long standing 501 C3 and relies on the generosity of donations to do our life saving work.
UPDATE:5-26-12 Baybie is home from the vets and doing well. Added some new pictures of her foster home coming. Polly was very happy to see her. She has a lot of healing to do and we are not out of the woods yet but we can see the light through the trees for her now. Lots of after care but we are so happy with her progess.
UPDATE: 6-11-12 Baybie is growing and learning about being a good puppy. She still needs one more surgery to close the remaining small hole in the roof of her mouth. She is doing really well and is much more comfortable now with the smaller hole. The next palate surgery will happen when she is spayed. Will add new pictures as soon as we get time. Happy Baybie is playing and enjoying the sunshine today.
UPDATE: 11-12-12 Baybie has had another surgery at the Dental Clinic in Shoreline. She is doing well but still has one small hole left that will need to be closed. Almost better now!
SPECIAL THANKS TO DR. JOHNSON AND STAFF FOR GIVING THIS YOUNG LIFE MEDICAL ARE AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. YOU ARE WONDERFUL.
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS: DEBBIE W. TRUNG N., NANCY N. AND ALLI, BEVERLY G., CAROLYN B., LISA AND MIKE P., KAREN C., STEPHANIE L., MARY U. AND LUNA, ROBERT Y., The Haymen family
Mr. Magee Needs Your Help
Saturday December 8th 2012
Mr. Magee needs sponsors and a foster home
12-8-12 Magee still needs a foster home or adopter.
This little guy found himself lost and ended up in a large shelter. He has some serious dental needs including a fistula that needs to be healed. The shelter staff named him Magoo and called to ask for his life to be saved by rescue. He is really sweet with everyone he meets both dogs and people. We need financial sponsors to help with his care costs. We hope to get him into R.E.D.s foster care system on Friday, He needs a foster home and we need sponsors to help make sure this happens for him and the dogs that continue to need special help to get on the way to their happy adoptive homes. Please, mail a donation or go to the home page and make a donation. RED is paying out more in vet bills that sponsors are donating. Please keep this ability to say, “Yes” to special vet care animals alive.
For RED the value of a life is not limited to one species or one issue. We honor and help exceptional animals when they are in need. Today was a day of goodbye for one such life. Today a tiny little life who had a big personality and lived life with joy joined the angels. She knew no self pity. She knew she was wonderful and indeed she was. Sweet Daisy came to RED at 4 weeks old unknown injuries. We quickly found she had a broken back but was undaunted by this. She was given care and sanctuary and love and in return she made friends with everyone that met her. Sweet Daisy we will miss your presence and we are happy you were a part of our lives. Thank you Melanie and Shayla for helping care for this special needs bunny and for loving her as much as I did. I wrapped her in a blanket and gave her back to the earth under the big cedar trees and placed Daisies on her grave. We were honored to have given you the chance to live. Good bye sweet angel girl may God give you legs that run like the wind in heaven.
By Melanie Forthum
A little survivor a baby cloud You made us proud...
With innocence and glory you are a bed time story
Every day a milestone in constant sway
Coin toss, tails? heads up never fails and it is your time to pass without a warning
Open the door forevermore... Find that sign and leave the pain behind
Bound away, out of sight and bask in heavens light
UPDATES SAVING BABY ALLI
Tuesday May 22nd 2012
ANOTHER CHANCE AT LIFE FOR ALLI
Dear RED Supporters and Volunteers,
We have an urgent emergency plea for donations to save Alli. The estimates to put this 4 to 5 month old baby Redbone Hound together again surgically is $4000.00 to $5000.00. She is a wonderful baby that was found along the road where she had been hit by a car. She has 2 broken legs though very seriously they are fixable. The Ortho’s estimates alone are $4000.00 to $5000.00 just for the surgery. This does not include RED other care costs for Alli. RED staff time, housing, transport is estimates at $1000.00 and additional vet care at our wonderful Vets Hadlock Vet Clinic is 500.00 to 1500.00 pending her needs. PLEASE DONATE ! Go to www.rescueeverydog.org an make an online donation or mail to RED PO Box 1741 Kingston WA 98346. Please send me email note so we know if this lifesaving surgery is possible for this baby as soon as possible. Our time line is urgent as she has already been sitting waiting for help during stray hold. The clock is ticking and Alli needs you all to help her get another chance at life. Please choose life for Alli. She is kind and sweet and truly a special little girl.
UPDATES: 1-18-12 FIRST SURGERY DONE We started the surgeries and she had her most critical injury her Elbow repaired. We now are moving onto the other breaks. She did well but the length of the 1st repair was all that could be safely done so far. We are hoping for another surgery today if there is enough staff at the Clinic. Snow has been really making this extra complicated from transport to staff etc. 1-1-9-12 SECOND SURGERY DONE. Alli has had her Tibia repaired today. She is in critical care for now at Hadlock Vets. Thank you Hadlock Vet Clinic and Staff. She is doing well and winning fans and friends. 1-26-12 Alli has move to foster care very close to the vet clinic so she can be closely monitored. She is now surrounded by Nancys loving home and family to help her heal! Thank you Nancy N.!
UPDATE: 2-17-2012 Alli is doing well and is making progress. She still has much healing to do but she is brave about all of that. Thank you Nancy and Family for helping her with a great fosterhome. I posted a couple new pictures in her pretty purple casts. Super to see her with 4 on the floor! UPDATE: 4-17-12 Alli is now getting hydro therapy at the SWIM SPAY for her leg. she is doing well and making her way through physical therapy. Thank you again Nancy for being the best Houndy foster mom!
UPDATE: 5-20-12THIRD SURGERY DONE Alli had more pins out surgically and is running about. Posted new pictures of her.
Thank you for your life saving efforts to support Alli
Dr. Johnson and Staff at Hadlock Vet Clinic. We could not do this with out you!
All Creatures Animal Hospital and Staff,
Kitsap Humane and Kitsap Animal Control. Special thanks to Stacy.
Thank you Michael and Shayla for transporting this little one in the snow!
Thank you Nancy and Family for fostering Alli.
UPDATED TOTAL AT 1:20 ON 1-19-12
PLEDGED AND DONATED FUNDS FOR ALLI ARE AT ABOUT $4150.00
THANK YOU DONORS!
THE BELOW SPONSOR DONORS HELPED SAVE ALLI.
Thank you Allison B. from Dr. Bs Mobile Vets Bainbridge Island WA.
Thank you Debbie W. for your commitment and support of RED and the special needs animals
Thank you Robert E. and his Rotty Crew
Thank you Karen K. and the Redbones
Thank you Laura & Clint F. in loving memory of Van Gogh,
Don O. & John R. This RED Alli donation is on Honor of King County Metro Accessible Services
Thank you Sudi P., Robert H., The Granito Family, Trung N., Jennifer S. & Ted & , Patty G. and Colter, Eric and Cindy M., Barbara A., Cindy C. & TJ, Tiffany W. & Jewels, Nancy N., Janey E., Prashant S., Robert Y., Valerie Y., Margaret N., Marcia H., Mike-Earl & Claudia B. & Little Papi, Sheila F., LJM M., Ruth W., Jamie P., Mary C. & Micheal M., Rick J., Karen C., Paula J., Sheila M.& Josie, Sheri J. & Zip, Jaime S.,
Thank you to Microsoft matching Employees Giving
Thank you Expedia Employees Matching Fund
Let us know if we missed your name for your donation!
Sunday May 20th 2012
Rescue Knows No Size
Well this tiny little one was rescued today after being left at Viking Fest. Thank you, Superior Pet Foods, Abby, Melanie and Shayla for getting this tiny life to safety. She is now named Pogo. She was very hungry and was pretty thrilled with her food and new accommodations. She will get vet checked for a eye issue and then she needs a home. Any Gerbil fans out there? ;o) Please sponsor her vet visit.
UPDATE: Pogo is doing well and has lots of fun new gerbil interesting things. She can smoke through a paper towel rol in about 30 minutes. Busy.
Tuesday April 17th 2012
GENTLE SOUL NEEDS YOUR HELP
There are dogs you meet that are just bound to your heart with their undaunted faith in people. Smugs arrived in REDs care and we have come to know this gentle soul and his wonderful love of everyone. He is a victim of severe medical neglect which has rendered him blind. His owner knew he had dry eye and just never gave him his meds ever. She never took him to the vets. This is a very painful condition and we were shocked and angry when we saw his condition. We were however happy he was finally with people who cared about him. We have tried very hard to give him his health back but we were unable to give him his sight back. He is doing very well and is norw ready for his next step towin his new life. He has been treated for dry eye in an attempt to give him some sight back. He currently is doing well but needs eye surgery to remove the eye that is causing him discomfort and is completely blind. He also needs a dental. The costs are about 1100.00. Please donate to this sweet boy we call Smugs. He is a well behaved kind, gentle dog that is good with everyone. He navigates the world with out feeling sorry for himself and is a great dog to hang out with. He loves to wander about and follow you around the office. We love this boy! Please help us make Smugs painfree and get him on his way to a home that will cherish him. Please donate on our home page or mail a donation to RED PO box 1741 Kingston WA 98346. Let us know your donation is to help this wonderful dog. Smugs also is ready for a foster home! He is super easy !
DONATIONS FOR SMUGS
150.00DONATIONS FOR SMUGS AS OF 3-2-2012
THANK YOU SPONSORS: M. Goode, A Thompson, S & M Gordon
FOSTER A CAVY/GUINEA PIG OR TWO
Friday February 17th 2012
Foster a Cavy
The following are Cavy needing foster homes. They stay in RED foster care until the perfect adopter is found. Please email or call Tiami if you are interested in fostering a Cavy/ Guinea Pig for RED. RED needs sponsors to support the care costs of all animals in our program Sponsor a pigger!
CAVY NEEDING FOSTERS and SPONSORS
The Wright brothers Orville and Wilbur baby Cavy boys. Breed is Crested. Sweet animated boys. - 2-17-12 at RED Office
There are 3 American mix Cavy young females at Clallam Humane that need sponsors and fosters. - 2-17-12 at Clallam Humane Transport available
Ono and Dose two baby American Cavy brothers. 2-17-12 - at RED office
ORDER YOUR RED T-SHIRTS
Saturday August 20th 2011
update Order is in: Please either make arrangements to pick up the shirts you ordered or we can try to send them as time allows. If you missed the order and would like a RED t shirt please email. We have extra shirts here is you want to buy one.
We are getting a RED T Shirt order together again. We will get long sleeve and short sleeve and they have our 3 color Logo on them. They will be available in shirt colors:SPORT GREY. We also can get SAPPHIRE-teal , lime green and pink for the real color crazy among us. We added color shirts this time as the white ones get dirty fast. Please let us know if you would like to order one or some. 18.00 donation plus shipping if we can’t get them handed directly to you. Shipping is probably 5 to $6.00 but that depends on how many we are shipping etc. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to pre order one in the color of your choice.
Tuesday August 9th 2011
THIS DOG NEEDS SPONSORS AND A FOSTER.
Please contact RED if you want to help or make a donation or go to the home page and make a donation.
To start with Shadow needs x-rays and a full blood panel fecal and vet check.
Here is what the shelter staff says: Shadow is an 7 to 8 year old neutered Pomeranian that came to our shelter on July 20th because his owners could not care for him anymore. He does have some skin issues going on that are being addressed with flea medication, some topical ointment and medicated shampoos, so his skin is looking better. Also, Shadow's right rear leg has a malformation that causes his knee to turn inward and he cannot walk on that leg very well... However, he can still get around as he can hop on his left back leg. Shadow can be a quiet and mellow guy, but he is alert and friendly, barks/howls when he gets excited, and enjoys sitting in your lap or being carried around. He also behaves very well for baths! His former owners tell us that he gets along with kids as well as other dogs and cats. We would like to get some help for Shadow so he can have vet care and live in a home again
8-9-11 UPDATE: SHADOW STILL DOES NOT HAVE A FOSTER HOME BUT IS HANGING OUT AT RED'S OFFICE UNTIL SOMEONE DECIDES HE DESERVES A HOME TO STAY IN AS A FOSTER OR ADOPTION. HE ALSO NEEDS SPONOSRS TO HELP WITH HIS CARE COSTS. He is a nice little boy that is easy and just wants to be loved by someone. He has been to the vets and we are still working up a plan for him medically. He has a a grade 4 patellas issue (knee) in his right leg we will work in deciding what is best for him in time. Right now we ant to give him some time to put on weight and grow some hair back and get his system more stable via consistent care and good food. More pictures and updates to come please check in on his progress and help us help him.
SPONSORS WE THANK YOU: Debbie W., Robert E., Beverly G.,
Thank You Bobby for offering to foster little Shadow.
R.E.D. FUNDRAISER! DONATE AN ITEM OR SERVICE
Saturday July 2nd 2011
Donate Items or Time to Save Lives!
Do you have a new or softly used item or a service that might help raise money for the animals in R.E.D.'s care. Remember this is goes the many R.E.D. animals in need like: Annabella, The Peggy Lee Litter, Journey and Kittens, Tonka and all those that await help. Save a life and donate a item or make a bid! Or maybe hold a bake sale or garage sale or host a dinner party! Email us to share ideas or items!
RED ADOPTION REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED
Saturday March 19th 2011
URGENT: RED VOLUNTEERS TO BE A R.E.D. ADOPTION REPRESENTATIVE.
Please, contact Tiami if you would like to help complete adoptions at our Tukwilla, Gig Harbor and Poulsbo outreach locations. We really need several people that will be available to cover these locations when an adoption needs to be completed and to help man outreach days. Fun and rewarding an no need to take anyone home with you! Please, email Tiami or call her. email@example.com and 360-779-5775.
SPECIAL ADOPTION UPDATES
Wednesday December 22nd 2010
Special Adoption News:
Among the many R.E.D. adoptions recently we had some extra special ones as most of these animals were Major Medical Rescues. These special rescues were made possible because people made donations to save these lives. Major Medical and Special Needs cases are one of the areas of rescue we have always excelled in. They all come the R.E.D. because no one else would help them due to additional time and resources needed.
Copper a dog who came to R.E.D. with severe skin issues and has been with R.E.D. for a long time has joined his forever home. Thank you, Lynette for helping him to a new life.
Kenneth came to R.E.D. from a large shelter because he had bad knees. 2 bad ACL’s required stabilization surgery to correct them. Kenneth has now become a service dog for a young boy. He would not be helping a boy in need had R.E.D. not been there to help him. Thank you, Hazel for making this possible. Dr. Tony, we miss you and thank you and this last rescue of Kenneth is a now a happy ending. Your gift of giving lives on.
Paris one of our R.E.D educational team out reach rabbits who served in with us for a year found her forever home. Thank you, Shayla for helping foster her.
Oliver who had urinary crystals and was dropped of by his lifetime owner to be euthanized. R.E.D. got the call he needed help or his life would end. We excepted him as one of our medical cats and worked on his diet and got him medical care and the time he needed to be well. He was adopted by a fantastic home.
Mia Jaguar Cheetah and Ben a litter of kittens were diagnosed with the treatable condition called ringworm at a large shelter. Like many large shelters treating conditions like ring worm is not possible or allowed. So four lives only 9 weeks old would have extinguished. A call was made to R.E.D. and the kittens were transported quickly to our caring vets who help support R.E.D.’s lifesaving efforts. They were treated and are all now in loving homes. Four lives saved by the power of the word, “Yes.” Thank you Dr. Ginny and staff.
Roxy flat coat retriever was signed off for euthanasia by her homeless owners after she sustained serious injuries as the result of being hit by a car. We agreed to take her and have her treated. She had severe lacerations, head trauma and internal bleeding. In cases like Roxy’s we have to be able to know immediately we have the ability to help both physically and financially. Roxy recovered and has been pre-adopted by a family. She will be in her new home in the next 2 weeks. Thank you Linda and Patrick and Tiffany for your dedication to this great dog.
R.E.D.’s Funds are Very Low and We Need Your Help.
Our R.E.D. Major Medical Rescue and Special Needs efforts are now at Risk. For all for the animals above the shelter staff knows they can call R.E.D. for help in such case and we have always said, “Yes.” R.E.D.’s ability to say, “Yes we can help,” is only possible because of donations. Please, make a donation if you want to R.E.D. to be able to say, “Yes” to emergency medical cases in 2011. www.rescueeverydog.org to donate online or mail your donation to R.E.D. PO Box 1741, Kingston WA 98346
Thank you, to everyone who has made a donation this year!
Please, remember to include those that need you in your holidays. The work by rescue and need does not end for the animals. R.E.D. urgently needs donation to keep our program vital. We have seen this year bring more need and a drastic drop in donations. Please help make a donation or foster.
Where Do the Class Pets Go?
Thursday October 28th 2010
Turtle Needs Your Help
A Special Creature Needs New Housing
When school is out one question some may ask is where do the class pets go? Well some of them come to R.E.D. for the summer and weekends for foster care and vacation support care. One such creature. She is a little Three Toed Box Turtle. She is a adorable creature with an amazing, inquisitive personality. These turtles may easily live 30 to 50 years if properly cared for so they are huge commitment. She arrived into the world of Outreach Education after she was found very ill and injured by dogs. She still carries the small holes in her shell from being bitten. She has served as an educational animal at an Elementary school for some time. Her gift is teaching children about responsibility and awareness of what happens to many pets that become unwanted. She has given children a chance to learn, love and care for her.
This little one is now in R.E.D.\'s care along with our other educational outreach members. Upon her arrival we noticed that though well intended her current housing is not as it should be. Tiami and Shayla made a donation to help and have made some big changes like humidity, lighting, heat and bedding and expanded diet. However, the tank size was a big issue. We needed to provide her with a new improved habitat. We upgraded her world and care and make it easier for her to stay well and happy. This in turn will help many, many children learn from her and enjoy meeting her. Having children understand animals needs and responsibility is critical to our R.E.D. mission and the future of our brethren creatures. We need sponsors for her care and feed. She costs about 5.00 a week to feed and provide supplies like lighting, bedding, vitamins for her. If you would like to help a tiny animal educator, please, email firstname.lastname@example.org . If anyone is interested in a group session with the R.E.D. Rescue Education Outreach Team of small animals let me know.
Sponsors for this Life supporting and educational effort are an ongoing need.
Thank you, Beverly G. and Dr. Davies for sponsoring this companion animal!
This little turtle is happy and content at R.E.D. Due to the huge school budget cuts at the school she was at she is not longer able to stay at the school for the 2011/2012 school year. RED is still taking her on educational outreaches when possible.
Gone Without a Trace
Sunday October 10th 2010
Gone Without a Trace
Little Rosa woke up expecting nothing more than a normal day of pain and misery. Sitting in a small dirty cage she found herself being picked up and stuffed in a even smaller cage. More rabbits were put next to her and then they were put in a car. More cages full of rabbits were put next to her and on top of her. Then before she knew it she was being taken inside a very large building then set on a table. To her dismay more rabbits in pain were set right next to her. After a long time she was then picked up a few times handed around then put in a bigger cage away from all she knew. After what seemed like a whole day she was then set in another car this one much warmer and comfy. She was then taken to her new home. She was the put in the biggest cage she had ever seen in a nice room full of rabbits. in a few minutes she had fallen asleep. Soon she felt worse than ever and she soon had been packed full of water was being given medicine day and night. then one night she began to breath slower and slower she soon was asleep and then she was lost to the skies above forever.
We will always miss you Rosa.
By, Jr R.E.D. Volunteer Shayla P.
A rabbit with no name. A life and a soul for anyone one to take for $5.00 and no questions asked. They just needed you gone so they can clear a cage for the next round of rabbits born. That is how we first saw her. She was taken into the RED Rabbit Adoption program with the hope she would get a new chance at life. Sadly, this little bunny was extremely ill and arrived in our care with coccidia. This illness if not treated in time is deadly to rabbits. She was already to sick when she got here but RED tried everything to save her. We named her Rosa and loved her. She was only with us a few days before as we held her gentley as the light within her faded.
This is something that should never have happened. Rabbitries that sell rabbits to others and to children should test their rabbits and provide clean conditions. We have established an effort in Rosa's memory. The RED Rosa Test for Life Program. We are offering fecal testing to 4H children for their rabbits. May you rest in the arms of the angels little Rosa. You will not be gone with out a trace as we shall make your life and loss bring education and help to others. Please make a donation as $1.00 can test a rabbit and save lives and prevent children and rabbits from suffering.
VACATION CARE FOSTERS AND FOSTERS NEEDED
Saturday May 1st 2010
FOSTER VACATION CARE AND OTHER NEEDS
No foster parentts have requested vacation care at this time. Foster parents remember to plan ahead and give us notice.
R.E.D. Volunteers and Supporters,
We have a Urgent need for Vacation care for several of our RED dogs.
UPDATE: 2-20-2010 THANK YOU PACE ENGINEERING FOR HELP WITH THE ENGINEERED DRAWINGS.
December 29th 2009: Tonka is a happy boy and hanging out in retirement. The barn that shelters him and others is a quiet place and a place where they are happy and the world does not worry them. Sadly, we who care for him are not as happy or worry free. As housing the rescue horses and rabbits has become a possible issue. We started a process that we wish we had not now that we know the difficult nature of getting a structure of this age approved in the sea of county confusion even though it is very sound and attractive barn. Sorry if we sound frustrated but the process has been beyond reality. We need help keeping him happy along with his other 2 horse friends and the possible future rescues. We need someone that likes or is good with dealing with the county and a Building Engineer willing to donate services for engineered drawings of the exisitng structure and / or donations to cover the costs of replacing his stall and the hay storage area that is used for the rescued horses. To keep this barn sheltering rescues we need help with engineered drawings. The time line is immediate as the permit process was started and we were not told we needed the drawings until after we started. The other option is to replace the barn and start over with a new structure, (even though there is nothing wrong with the barn we have but of course new would be nice too). If there are any donors that would like to help the horse and the caregivers of the horses here would be grateful. There are so many horses in need right now displacing these rescues will impact the lives of other horses in need and stop us from helping more. Tonka is a senior and can not stay out in bad weather. He needs his nice cozy stall. I will be happy to chat and brainstorm with anyone that has pro bono legal, engineering or construction services or donations that might help solve the problem for the rescue horses and rescue rabbits. If I spend my time struggling on this I am not able to do my rescue work for R.E.D. and it costs lives and services for people and pets in need every day. email@example.com Please help! Tiami
March: Tonka is doing well and has had his feet trimmed. He has had his vet assessment and has a shoulder injury that has healed incorrectly and has affected many other parts of him. His hip and other shoulder are out of alignment from compensating for the injured front shoulder. His jaw was also partially dislocated. He had chiropractic and acupuncture treatments last week and did really well. His jaw was aligned and he yawned and yawned. Finally able to eat and yawn pain free for the first time in a very long time. On his leg. Before treatment he was dragging his foot and after he could trot with his foot elevated. He had a little happy trot around the field! He will need more treatments to continue to improve. At this point he is a big pasture pet that is a joy to be with. With lots of care and love he will be a more sound horse. His next vet visit will be on the 14th of March. He will have another chiropractic adjustment, acupuncture and a dental floatation. Everyone that meets him is so happy he is alive and well. He is gentle and kind. He loves his treats and his night time dinner. Yum! He loves children, being brushed, being petted and has been a sweet R.E.D. ambassador. // UPDATE: 4-21-08 Tonka is doing well. He is hanging with his horse buddies Taylor and Sunny. He loves to nap with the boys. It is funny usually one horse in a herd will stand watch but not these boys. Everybody is snoozing in the sun He has learned new things like waiting politely to enter his stall and exit his stall. He loves his stall and can hardly wait to go to bed at night and eat his goodies. His new friend the farrier will be here next week to do his hooves again. He is on some great supplements to help with his joints and healing and he has shown improvement on his leg and will be seen again by the vet for another adjustment in about 3 weeks. So, we wait for time and care to heal him and hopefully he will continue to leave his leg issues behind. UPDATE: 5-3-08 Tonka got his feet done and his hoof shape is much improved as he is using more equal pressure and he has had several on time hoof trims now. UPDATE: 5-7-08 Thank you, Superior Pet Foods, of Poulsbo for donating joint supplements for Tonka !!!UPDATE: 7-10-08 Tonka is still improving and at times appears to stand normally. Though he will probably never be a riding horse again. However, he is an awesome equine buddy and has personality plus. He has become the more dominant of the horses here so he is really feeling way better than when he came. Farrier reports his hooves now look awesome! So complete success on hoof recovery and reshaping. He is pretty sassy now and sweet Tonka is a Happy Horse! UPDATE: 10-22-08 TONKA IS DOING WELL AND IS READY FOR ANOTHER DENTAL REALIGNMENT. PLEASE HELP SPONSOR THIS KIND BOY.UPDATE: 2-10-08 WE COULD USED DONATIONS OF/FOR BEDDING BALES AND GRASS HAY! WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR HELP/DONATIONS ON HORSE HOUSING/SHELTERS AND THE COSTS FOR PUTTING THEM IN. Tonka just had his feet done on Monday and he is doing very well. He has been wearing his blanket again to keep warm on these chilly wet snowy days. 4-15-09: Tonka had a vet check and his feet done and he got the all clear from the vet. He is doing well. He will never be a riding horse again due to the severity of his old injuries but he has fun in the sun and loves life. Tonka is now availalbe for adoption to an approved stellar and fantastic forever horse home.
Shelter, care, bedding, hay and feed and hoof care and all his medical bills have been paid for by the following sponsors. Special Thanks to Tiami C., Mike P., Shayla P., Hazel B. for helping him with a sponsorship and vet costs and daily care tasks. Thank you, Melissa B. and Ray C. for you help with Tonka on vacation care.
More R.E.D. Tonka Financial Sponsors are needed for his ongoing care and treatments. We would also like horse experience volunteers that might want to come spend time with Tonka and his equine friends
FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Thursday December 31st 2009
RESCUE REQUIRES FUNDS
We are expecting a drop in funding for our program this year so the first and most obvious need is donations. We would like to prevent any cuts in services as the services are in more need than ever. If anyone has a fundraising idea or effort they want to put forward this would be an awesome time to help! In short the need is up and the donations are lower. Please help.
Tuesday December 15th 2009
LITTLE MAX HAS BEEN ADOPTED TO HIS FOREVER HOME!
R.E.D. Foster Homes For Dogs, Puppies, Cats and Kittens!
Friday May 15th 2009
Can you help us save sweet faces like this?
IF YOU ARE A R.E.D. FOSTER HOME and are ready to take on a foster animal, please, call or email Tiami so she can match you to a foster animal. We have animals in urgent need!!!
Can you help us save sweet faces like this? If you are ready to foster a companion animal and are a R.E.D. foster parent, please, email or call us so we may help match you to a foster animal as the need arrives. We currently have a list of animals that need foster spots. Remember kitten season is here and we urgently need foster spots to save the incoming babies and moms!
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL THE EFFORTS MADE FOR THE ANIMALS IN NEED.
WE TRY TO THANK EVERYONE BUT IF WE FORGOT YOU WE ARE SORRY AND IT DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE NOT APPRECIATED!
Thank you, Mike and Fran for fostering Koa and Lani
Thank you, Lynette for fostering Calvin and Hobbes
Thank you, Katie and Hazel for your help on Faith,
Thank you, JD for the run to transport 8 kitty lives to foster care.
Thank you, Melissa and George for your kind donation.
Thank you, Keri for the evaluation on 2 dogs
Thank you, Patty G. for fostering Rupee.
Thank you, Susan and Rich for fostering Chica and Jimmy one of the Golden dale puppymill dogs
Thank you, Pat and Jennifer for fostering Shayla Rae. She has been adopted.
Thank you, to Patty G and the Sohler's for transporting Duke from the Everett shelter to R.E.D. foster care. A huge Thank You to Alison and Vilas for stepping in and fostering Duke. Duke has been adopted
Sarah C. and Shayla P. thank you for the work on the Warm Woofies and Cozy Cats blanket and food drive at your school!These girls have collected many wonderful comforting blankets and food for the R.E.D. animals!
Patrick and Jennifer, Thank you for the transports of R.E.D. animals! Pat and Jenn have done somany transports we can't even list them. They are amazing.
JD SHAW, Thank you for the cat rescue runs for the Wenatchee cats transferred to R.E.D. Thank you, Jamie Peterson for fostering Cadin from the Lewis county shelter. Thank you Lewis County Staff for asking for help for this worthy dog.
Patty G. Thank you, for fostering Ozzy who joined R.E.D. foster care from an Idaho shelter. Also thank you for the help in rescuing Westly the poodle who came to RED from the Kent animal shelter at Kent shelter staff request.
Debbie w. Thank you for all your support and generousity.
Lynette, Thank you for fostering the Sea Litter Puppies.
Linda J., Thank you for all the help with meet and greets for Chip Doyle and all the others
Jennifer S., thank you for the home visit for the sea pups.
Chrisda, thank you for fostering the Hot Dog Pups.
Tomko family thank you for fostering Buster the Yorkie. Thank you Shelby for helping him make his way to R.E.D. Buster has been adopted!
Thank you Cascade Kennels and Katie M. for helping so many R.E.D. dogs to a better life via training. Special thanks Katie for helping Max the JRT to a wonderful life.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE FACES OF DOGS AND CATS MENTIONED ABOVE THAT WERE SAVED BY R.E.D. VOLUNTEER AND STAFF EFFORTS
Thursday April 23rd 2009
A SPECIAL THANK YOU!
Special thanks to Jordan for his huge effort to make a fabulous new R.E.D. Alert page for R.E.D.. Jordan donated his time and skills to create the new system that makes this easy to manage R.E.D. Alert page. This contribution will once again allow us to get information out quickly and effectively.
Please, visit one of Jordan's other fabulous web sites www.hikery.net. Hikery.net is a new website that is a place to share and find hikes for people and dogs. If you have great hiking information you would like to share with others and their canine friends, please, go visit www.hikery.net and share your hiking experiences. Hikes from nearly anywhere in the world can be listed. Let's share our canine fun and safe hikes with other!