Sunday, January 30, 2011

Sadie~She keeps her Soldiers Happy & Warm

"It's so funny how something as simple as a puppy can make even the hardest, toughened soldier melt upon a few kisses to the face."


The story on Sadie is: We were burning our garbage one day and saw some puppies and went to check them out. One pup looked cute so I caught her but she yelped and screamed. Her yelping caused mom, Shelia, to come over. I put the pup down and pet mom so she would see i didn't want to hurt the pup. The pup then came up and stomped her paw on the top of my foot so I picked her back up. The second time she did not yelp or whine or anything she was content to just be held and pet by us. We set the pup down and I started to walk back to our compound and she followed us. We left her with her mom for the night so I could clear it with my bunk mates but they said bring her in. The next day we went back out and brought her "home" with us. We had her in our tent for a couple of weeks but our chain of command found out and we had to put her back. I go see Sadie at least once a day more if i can. She is a great puppy and is 15 weeks old at the oldest. I would like to take her home because we are surrounded by an active mine field and have seen local nationals beat the dog just because they can. She is to cute and good to be stuck with that kind of life, I would like to give her a home that's warm has plenty of food and she never has to worry about getting beaten or blown up.

The Puppy Rescue Mission
"Soldiers Saving Puppies~Puppies Saving Soldiers"
Colorado Non Profit Corporation

Checks can be mailed to: The Puppy Rescue Mission PO Box 1516 Celina, TX 75009

Be sure and designate what dog you are donating for.

Paw Salute!

In the event that there are funds remaining from the donations for this animal the proceeds will be applied to the next animal to be rescued.

If you need to request a rescue please send an email to Be sure and put RESCUE REQUEST in the subject line. Thank You!

The primary mission of Puppy Rescue Mission is to raise funds & assist various organizations which help soldiers bring home their furry friends from war. While PRM's primary mission is to assist soldiers and their furry friends, PRM will also, from time to time, assist an organization in rehoming a stray animal.

~Watching Miracles Happen~

Because of the dilemmas of transporting animals out of Afghanistan the costs have increased. The Puppy Rescue Mission hopes that this is only a temporary situation and the costs will drop soon. For now we have to fund raise more as The Puppy Rescue Mission is a nonprofit corporation with all funds going to the animals rescue.

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