Da Dogz Blogz ( Don’t tell the cat. She’ll want her own)
by Barney (Barnacles Lenz I)
Hello. DIs is Barney and I’m going to be 18 years old on October 23. I am rescue dog. I was very sick when I came here and now I’m fine. I’m old but every day is a wonderful day with my food source and my friend MEME (well mostly unless she kicks me off the bed,)
But I’m not here to talk about myself. I’m here to talk about other rescues. Today I interviewed a old friend of my food source. Her name is Bobbi Miller. She started Chesed Rescue.
This is what she said:
“Chesed Rescue started because there were no groups at the time to help with the overflow from county shelters and humane societies only wanted healthy young dogs. A few rescues existed but I didn’t like their policies. They either skimped on vetting the pets or didn’t screen the adopters thoroughly. Most would adopt on site without too much interviewing. Chesed started to make a new standard on how vetting and adopting unwanted pets would be handled. Chesed is a Hebrew word that loosely translates to compassion, but literally means taking care of someone that can never pay you back. So your motives are pure and not expecting a return.
This year we took a heart worm positive pit bull that had mammary cancer and skin issues. She had clearly been overbred, staked outside and neglected. Her pictures tell the story from many months of boarding and medical intervention to the best home imaginable with Melissa Wu and her dog Tulip, a blind diabetic pit.”
Dis is a wonderful story of a rescue dog and a wonderful rescue and a wonderful new rescue mom!
So if you need a dog or cat you should call Bobbi!
To contact Bobbi at Chesed Rescue: