|My, that is a lot of doxies.
Yes friends, it was adoption fair for Almost Home Dachshund Rescue! I has already been adopted, of course, so this no is the place for me. Mama does some website works for Almost Home, which is like nothing compared to all of the hard works that the foster moms does. In fact, one of the foster mamas has 22 dachshunds right now. Does you know how many we has? One. Me, Reuben. And I sleeps most of the time and I always go potty outside. However, despite the Rule of One I has instituted in my house, People Sister became very enamored of a certain Mr. Snoots today:
|Noooooo Mr. Snoots, she is MY people sister!
|There he is again.
Also at the adoption fair was 3 dogs who was just rescued by Unchain Forsyth, a local group that raises monies and gets volunteers to build fences for peoples who no has enough monies for dog fences. That means that dogs who was living on chains outside now gets to has no more chains. It is a beautiful thing. So these volunteers was building a fence when they looked over into the neighbors' backyard and sawed 3 doxies who was chained up on HORRIBLE, HEAVY chains, 24/7, in all weathers.
|They is safe now!
So now Almost Home Dachshund Rescue is raising monies to help with their vet bills, since at least two of thems is heartworm positive and they all had to be fully vetted and spayed/neutered. So if you is having a few extra green papers, this is the place where you can donates some of them to help Dora, Scrappy and Daisy.
Here is some more photos from the adoption fair:
This is Reuben, reminding you to adopt, not shop!