we'd like to jump right into hot waters and present to you all our lovely Death Row Dogs currently in immediate need of rescue, in need of homes, foster and -MOST Especially- 4ever homes;
a valid and overlooked point i'd like to make here;
most people respond emotionally to "rescuing" a dog in immediate danger; so they tend to want to rescue a dog who is on the euthanasia list; of course, it's now or never, and we want that too, so we understand!
BUT. too many don't realize that TRULY "saving" a "death-row dog", means Completing the mission all the way to getting this lucky dog his/her 4EVER HOME.
If a death row dog ends up in Boarding (a fancy name for yet another CAGE, a KENNEL, No family, No one-on-one attention and no Real Loving-4Ever Home Daily Life); or even in a foster home that does not intend to keep the dog 4ever and could fall through at any given time;
well that is simply NOT "completing the mission": NOT a 4ever loving and responsible home for that dog;
the dog remains still in Limbo in a cage, not enjoying his /her life; still living in a cage in boarding without a real Guardian to exchange Love with, which is really what a Dog Lives For;
or, in danger of being dumped by a foster home who might have a change of heart or of circumstances as time goes by.
People tend to forget rescued dogs who are in "foster care" or in "boarding";
they move on to the next "death row dog"; oh, but that's not fair to any dog rescued from death row and waiting for that stable and loving 4ever home, nor is it fair to his / her rescuers, who are few and far between and always very overwhelmed!
You see, if people would allow themselves to see the whole picture and remind themselves that a rescued dog in Boarding or in Fostercare was indeed a death row dog too, just yesterday and still needs to end up in a worthy 4ever home ASAP;
then they would still want to rescue that dog out of boarding or out of the foster home just as BAD as out of death row, bcz that's what dogs need:
a loving and responsible 4ever home to call their own, not a limbo situation lasting months and months, sometimes spent in a CAGE;
and that's what a rescuer needs, too--desperately:
an empty spot in a foster home or boarding to enable them to save the NEXT death row dog.
if not, the machine simply gets jammed and everyone gets stuck, resources dry up.
Please, consider ADOPTING a lovely Rescued Dog who is patiently waiting in a foster home or --worse-- in a Boarding Cage for his or her turn at 4ever Loving Happiness in a permanent Home:
this is So Important!
Be Part Of The Solution, Partecipate Passionately.
You are Majorly Needed: Rescue a Dog All The way.
We Thank You.
the dakodalove fund team.