Be Inspired! Read Rescue Renew Rehome, just released on Kindle this week, be inspired with the possibilities and over 20 proven ways to rescue and adopt America’s homeless pets.
Learn 20 ways to save more our animals now: and learn how to set up private animal adoption shelters and community pet Villages across America to save all 4 million every year going forward.
You will read the story of Shiva the 911 Dog that consoled survivors at the Pentagon, and the stories of Ruby and Sweet Pea who were Rescued Renewed and Rehomed.
This book will also show you how working together we can adopt 4 million homeless pets yearly.
You will learn about the new Green Shelters and Green Villages, where pet owners come together as a community to care for, adopt and celebrate our pets.
You will learn about “Cause Marketing”… think Breast Cancer Runs and Ice Bucket Challenge and how Animal Shelters and Rescue Groups can learn to use it to raise the money they need to adopt all dogs and cats.
You will learn about America’s $58 Billion dollar Pet Industry and how it will help end the euthanization of healthy and happy shelter animals.
This is a game changing, break through book you must read. You will be buying copies for your animal loving friends, family and for your local Animal Shelter and Rescue Groups.
An Irish setter named Tillie and her bonded pal, Phoebe, a Basset hound, had been missing from their home in Vashon Island, Washington for over a week. With a call out from the pets owners to the Vashon Island Pet Protectors to help find the beloved canine companions, everyone had been actively helping in the search.
On Monday, a call came in reporting someone had spotted a “reddish” dog approaching them when they were out on their property and then the dog promptly headed back towards the ravine. “So with a needle in the haystack hope, we made our way into the ravine and after a bit of searching, finally heard that sweet sound we have been waiting for all week,” stated the organization’s Facebook update. As a volunteer called out Tillie’s name, the “one woof” response was heaven to their ears, however the drama wasn’t over yet. What about Phoebe?
Following Tillie’s one bark acknowledgement, the dog was found moments later with her head resting upon an old concrete wall beside an old cistern. And at that moment, as every breath was held and every doggy prayer offered, the group carefully peeked over and were ecstatic – Phoebe was alive and had been lying on some rocks to keep her out of the water. “For nearly a week, Tillie stayed by her side with the exception of the few minutes of each day when she went for help. A huge thanks to Joe Curiel for realizing something was up and a round of applause to the awesome and amazing Miss Tillie. A true friend and a humbling example of the power of love.”
Both dogs were hungry and cold, but have since been reported as doing fine. And for anyone missing their dog (or cat), don’t give up hope. Our canine and feline companions are utterly amazing.