Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
Ten hours, five emails and a phone call. That has been the first step in saving a doodle's life. Here is the chain of events...
12:30 am(ish) Jacquie gets an email from Michelle with a petfinder link.
1 am(ish): Jacquie sends an email out to me, Kristen, and Nina, asking one of us to follow up in the morning.
6 am(ish): I look at the email and link, and email out that I'll call the shelter
10 am(ish) After impatiently waiting for the shelter to open, I call and get info on the dog (who I've mentally named "Falcor")
10:30am(ish): I email all the details out to Jacquie, Kristen, and Nina.
10:35(ish): Kristen replies to all that she's just 40 minutes away from the shelter and will go and pull him
Maybe this won't seem so amazing to other people. I'm just continuously awed by the complexity and simplicity of communication between people who care.
Helping is a powerful thing. For anyone reading this who thinks that the only way to help the DRC is to foster or donate money (not that both aren't much needed and appreciated!) please realize that I got to help this morning by clicking send and making a phone call. And I feel like I made a difference for this sweet doodle boy! AMAZING stuff, helping the DRC!!