Jan 06 2011
From my first foster, over a decade ago, to the rescues I have in foster today, I’ve believed in miracles. Not the loaves and fishes type, but the everyday miracles of kindness and generosity of spirit that leads people to the homeless, neglected, and often abused dogs that we take into rescue.
For many of these dogs, the first miracle is the rescuer pulling them from a high kill shelter, out of a yard where they have been chained their entire life, or a home where they are abused, neglected, or just unwanted, and moving them into a warm and loving foster home where they receive the care and training they need to function in today’s world. The second miracle for these dogs is the family that adopts them and makes them a part of their family where they will never be hurt or abandoned again. Continue Reading »Share on Facebook