It's hard to believe it has been three months since OBG rescued 46 dogs from a hot barn in rural Virginia (click here for a link to the original email with their story). Soon our 46 became 53 as we rescued an additional seven dogs that had originally been part of the group of dogs at the barn but had been moved to other locations including local shelters before OBG arrived on July 25th. Please read on for a short update on these dogs and those Freedom 46 dogs still waiting for foster homes and forward this email to anyone who might be able to help. This should include other rescues, if you have contacts with any rescue that might be able to assist. If you or anyone you know is interested in fostering one of these dogs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freedom 46 Dogs That Are Still Kenneled
Caroline is a beautiful honorary cocker. We think she's a brindle terrier mix and is about three years old. She is a friendly, energetic girl who has already learned basic commands such as sit, shake and down. Unfortunately, all indications are that she does not like other dogs, so we are looking for an ONLY DOG foster home for her.
Last, but most certainly not least, I want to thank you all for your financial support. OBG has spent $65,000 to date on medical care and kenneling for the Freedom 46 dogs and there are still more bills to come. This has only been possible because of the generosity of supporters like you and people all over the country who heard about the Freedom 46 and wanted to help. Words cannot even express how thankful OBG is for that financial support. These dogs have a second chance at a great life because of you. We continue to welcome donations to their care. Click here to donate.
*OBG has transferred some of the Freedom 46 dogs to other rescues so not all numbers are reflected here.