Overpopulation of Companion Animals Leads to Suffering
On March 1, 2016 Red Lake Rosie's was able to rescue a suffering dog we named Diamond from the White Earth Reservation in northwestern Minnesota. The suffering of Diamond, a regal husky male happens when there is overpopulation and poverty. Diamond, intact male has severe demodex mange, dehydration, malnourishment, lymes, heartworm, tapeworm, giardia, and a broken foot. His eyes are severely infected and he has limited sight. His bottom front teeth are worn down from sifting dirt for food.
Red Lake Rosie's Rescue, Leech Lake Legacy and WE R Furr Feline Rescue are partnering together to provide 2 neuter /spay clinics to help prevent the suffering of others like Diamond. Generous matches of $6000 from Joan Lawson and $3,000 from Friends of Flicka are provided for this effort.
The clinics are scheduled for April 12 and 13, and September 30 and October 1,2016 with Kindest Cut of Golden Valley, MN. The clinics will serve 100 felines and canines per clinic with n/s, vaccinations, and parasite treatment. In addition one surrender and wellness event will be held June 18 and 19, 2016.
Won't you please help the White Earth companion animals? Please make a donation with your credit card or mail a check to: RLRR, 23880 South Good Road, Trail, MN 56684 and designate "Clinic".
Thank you so much for making a difference in the lives of other Diamonds in the future.