The Story of Kadu
Next Saturday is National Rescue Dog Day. We had planned on introducing you to local impound animals all week long to bring awareness to the dogs who need us most.
Unfortunately, that campaign cannot wait. The reality of the rescue world is that situations can change in a moment. Local impounds are full now. There is no space and nowhere for these dogs to go.
The only way we can provide a better future for these animals is by finding temporary, loving foster homes. In the coming days, we will be posting any and all local animals who would be great additions to Ruff Start Rescue. Please sign up to foster. Please share our posts so that others are aware.
If you are unable to foster, please consider donating toward the care of the animals who join us this week. The average cost of basic care for an animal is $350 – this doesn’t include any medical unknowns that may occur. It takes a community to help those in need; right now, our local impounds need us all.
Pictured is 10-month-old Kadu, one of the longest-stay residents with one of our local partners. He is the most happy-go-lucky boy and is so sweet and gentle. He has some typical puppy-jumping energy, but we believe he just wants to lean in closer for your cuddles. Kadu appears to be house-trained and did well with both his cat and dog tests. For reasons we can’t understand, Kadu has been overlooked, but we know he will make a family so happy. Please sign up to foster Kadu and give him that chance.