Mission PAWsible Part 2 and Boss Goes Home
Greetings Doggo Lovers,
Our Doggo-loving community had a really, REALLY good week.
Boss Goes Home!
We sent out a community-wide Dogg-O-Lert a couple weeks ago and, first pass, were not successful in finding Boss a new long-term foster home in the Salt Lake City area.
But, if you know us, we don’t quit, especially when one of our furry friends is in a high-risk situation.
So, we tried again. Along the way…THIS HAPPENED!
Just as hoped, Boss is now in a long-term foster-to-adopt home in Utah!
Mission PAWsible – Operation BARK-Yard!
You may remember, a few months ago we launched Mission PAWsible, a new initiative sponsored by the Hero Club. The Club adopted a local animal shelter, the Mission Valley Animal Shelter just an hour’s drive away from our Montana headquarters.
Our goal was to bring not only attention but real help to over-capacity, underfunded “no kill” dog rescue shelters.
In July, as the temperatures were soaring into the mid-90’s the two dozen Doggos in the shelter were cool and comfy indoors with a new air conditioning system donated by the Hero Club.
Now, the Hero Club is sponsoring the purchase and installation of a new BARK-Yard!
Yep, We Love Doggos Charity Executive Director, Terry Williamson visited the site yesterday and walked the site with Reava, the shelter manager.
Terry says, “What a unbelievable honor to be able to give such a fun, practical and much needed gift to an incredible facility saving hundred of abandoned, injured, abused and down-on-their luck dogs. I am so proud of our Hero Club and the impact they are making”.
Here are a few “before” pictures.
Just you wait to see what this ends up as, a bark-yard paradise!
In the future, it will be where Hoomans and Doggos perform their “Meet and Greet” for the first time. It gives us goosebumps to think that we are building the foundation for a place for Doggos to be united with their forever families. It will be a space that evokes joy and comfort for Doggos and Hoomans alike!
We hope you’re as stoked as we are about this next step in making Mission Valley Animal Shelter a more soothing and stable environment for all the pets who spend time there.
What we do as a community will leave an PAWrint long after we’re gone; we thank you for your dedication to our cause.