Wyoming Dogs Looking for Good Homes
Friday Jun 17, 2011
Posted in: Travel Updates
Today begins our second week on the road. If you missed the past week, below are links to my travel update summaries.
After a good time in Colorado Springs, Denver, and a night camping in the Rocky Mountains, it was time to head to Wyoming. Along the way I saw my first antelope including a mother antelope nursing her young.
We will be in Wyoming for several days for a very special reason. Not only do I get to meet some of my fans, but I will get to meet some special dogs looking for forever homes.
The volunteers of Black Dog Animal Rescue (BDAR) work really hard to save dogs from being euthanized in Wyoming's animal shelters. (Note: Black Dog is only part of the group name, they rescue dogs regardless of breed and fur color.)
BDAR currently has 11 fostered dogs looking for forever homes. BDAR is also looking for more foster homes so they can rescue more dogs from certain death. As I'm telling Ed about my post, tears are forming in his eyes cause he knows each one of those dogs could bring the same joy to a human's life like he found in taking in an abandoned canine.
BDAR is holding adoption drives in both Laramie and Cheyenne tomorrow, Saturday, June 18. The locations and times are:
Albertson's on Pershing Blvd. 10am to 2pm
Murdoch's Ranch and Home Supply on Grand Ave. 11am to 2pm
I am excited to meet the BDAR volunteers at a pre-drive gathering this evening. I'm also excited to make many new dog friends. I will be at the Cheyenne adoption drive. If you're in the Cheyenne area come on out, say hello, and meet my fellow canines looking for a home.
PS - I almost forgot to post links to the past week's travel updates:
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