Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue in Kennesaw, Georgia, is a small organization dedicated to saving sick, neglected, and injured dogs, giving them the second chance they deserve. The organization works in partnership with local animal control officers to rescue and provide care for these forgotten dogs.
Recently, the organization rescued five puppies, four females and one male, and named them after shades of pink: Rose, Rouge, Magenta, Fuschia, and Berry. After providing them with food, water, and love, they found foster homes for all the puppies.
One of the puppies, Rouge, was in need of more advanced medical care. Whitney Horne, who fostered Rose and Rouge, rushed her to the emergency vet, who discovered she was in kidney failure. Thanks to the quick action of the foster family, vets, and the organization, Rouge is now slowly starting to recover.
The story of these puppies is a reminder of the important work being done by Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and other organizations dedicated to rescuing and providing care for sick, neglected, and injured animals. It’s a reminder of the importance of adopting animals from shelters, instead of buying from breeders, and the power of love, care, and kindness.
When you adopt from a shelter, you provide an animal with a second chance and a loving home. You also provide financial support to the shelter, enabling them to continue their life-saving work. So if you’re considering adopting a pet, remember Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and the other shelters in your area. Give one of these animals a chance to experience the love and care they deserve.