LuLu has arrived to her foster moms house in NC. She will be there till Christine her soldier arrives in August. Her Soldier has paid $3000 for LuLu so far and her final fees total $800 so we here at Puppy Rescue Mission want to help her. Please donate to Lulu. $1 goes a long way! From Christine: Hello Everyone,
I just want to say how grateful I am to all of you! This truly brings tears to my eyes that there are people I've never met before willing to help get my LuLu safely back to the United States and give her a loving home until I return (August)! Thank you again!! ~WONDERFUL people at the transit facility! We are in awe of your dedication and HUGE hearts!~
LuLu & Betty~Sisters!
On our way to our final destination myself and my teammate stopped at a location where we met a very nice gentleman who was showing us around. Towards the end of the evening we stopped by another part of the camp. He talked to another guy he knew and asked us if we would like some puppies. Of course, we were over joyed! They took us over to a gravel area where they put up some cots as a make shift area for the pups. Inside were the two most adorable pups huddled in a corner together. It's was in the 30's during that time. A few days later we caught a flight on a Blackhawk to our duty station. We put the pups in a cardboard, which on put on the floor of the helicopter in between my legs and we were off! The whole 4 hour flight the pups quietly slept. Once we landed some guys came out to help with our gear. I handed one guy the cardboard box and tried to yell over the sound of the helicopter that there were live puppies inside. He didn't hear me. They were thrown in the back of the car underneath some of our luggage. As soon as I saw the box underneath the luggage I quickly ran over and pulled it out. Inside they were quietly laying inside. For the next three months they stayed in our barracks room. We went through potty training and all the puppies rituals. During our time together they gave us unconditional love and much needed relaxation. It can be very difficult for the only two females on a military camp.They also became very close friends with the camp dog that was already here. Her name isHalo and she took them under care and taught them their dog ways! Unfortunately, in March we had a new group we were working for and they do not like dogs. We were told they eventually we would have to set them free to make them 'wild' or they would put them down. We immediately contacted the transist facility & they helped us thru the whole process of getting Betty and Lulu safely to the United States!
The Puppy Rescue Mission, Inc "Soldiers Saving Puppies~Puppies Saving Soldiers"
Colorado Non Profit Corporation www.thepuppyrescuemission.org can be mailed to:
Checks The Puppy Rescue Mission
PO Box 1516
Celina, TX 75009
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~
In the event that there are funds remaining from the donations for this animal and any of the animals, The Puppy Rescue Mission Board of Directors will use the excess funds where necessary.