There were 21 puppies – all eight-weeks-old that had been listed for euthanasia on Tuesday afternoon if no rescue organization would commit by 4:00 p.m. And that was only after the email from the shelters arrived to rescue organizations at 3:45 p.m. Tragically, in Southern California, even puppies are being killed at a record number because of overcrowding.
And the simple truth; spay or neuter your pets, and rescuers won’t be frantically rushing to save these innocent lives just because certain pet owners are so irresponsible.
Early this morning, rescuer Cathi Perez set out on the two hour journey to Bakersfield; she rescued 28 puppies from two different shelters including another litter from a Taft shelter. ( 30+ miles southwest of Bakersfield)
Check out the videos: (Tissue alert because they are all so adorable)
The Labelle Foundation has stepped up and offered to save all of these tiny lives. It is a huge undertaking, and donations and foster homes are needed.
For more information about Labelle Foundation, please click here.
Many thanks to Cathi Perez for her unwavering loyalty to those who cannot speak.
Paypal: [email protected]
The LaBelle Foundation
PO Box 36471
Los Angeles CA 90036
Please share these photos of the puppies with family, friends and social media contacts. They need homes and help. Sharing saves lives.