Recently, a code-red Facebook post about 32 dogs and puppies in order to be “released” within hours came across my feed. Another dog rescue message came across, pleading for the community’s help for fosters plus the “impossible tide” of dogs, puppies and kittens the organization is placing. I read in disbelief about a beautiful German shepherd left behind when his family moved.
I am an unapologetic dog mom. My husband and I share a love for those special animals we have found on the streets, and we have become “failed fosters” many times. We possess seen the work associated with amazing pet rescue groups in San Antonio, which are overwhelmed by the particular demand with regard to their help.