Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Amira: Soldiers' Princess

 Amira's Story:
From her soldier:
Amira was a puppy that was originally living at an OP above our FOB. She followed people down and was in danger of being terminated. We temporarily held her in a holding pen on our FOB that housed a ram and two donkeys. Unfortunately, her herding tendencies forced her to "herd" all of these animals. She would nip at their ankles. Security personnel took her about 10 KM away from the base and released her. Well, Amira is not one to give up easily. She found her way across a river, onto the FOB and was at our doorstep about a day and a half later. She has since become our team dog and is sequestered in our area. She has provided pet therapy to our team and is our unofficial mascot. If she were to be released into the wild, I'm sure she would again return to the base and be terminated.  I am hoping to be able to bring her home to the states with me...can you help?

Amira's Soldier
Amira~The Puppy Rescue Mission Does Not Give Up Either So pack your bags as You will be coming to America Princess!You are going to get to come to the Land of the Free Because of the Brave! Paw Salute Sweetie & Thank you Soldier for your service and for loving Amira!

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~

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