Make a fresh commitment to act on behalf of animals
Inspire others to do the same
Spread the word
That is the criteria for participation in the Blog the Change Blog Hop. In visiting some of the blogs participating in this months blog hop, I was truly overwhelmed at the amount of people doing such great things to help animals and people of all kinds.
It was humbling, and trust me, as I am sure you know, I am not easily humbled.
I knew right away though who I would dedicate my post to.
I learned the other day, from as I am sure many of you did, from Winston and Clementine over at Ladypugmugs, of an urgent need.
The folks over at Pug Lovers Rescue in Rock Hill SC, where Clementine came from, were hit very hard by tragedy.
One of their foster moms died unexpectedly and another was stricken with stage 3 breast cancer.
They have an urgent need to find foster homes for the seven dogs that these two women fostered between them.
What better a platform to reach out for help than Blog the Change. I know there are much larger organizations that could be highlighted, but this is a problem that could be solved today. If only a few, of the many people who participate in this blog hop were able to reach out and help with these seven pugs, we will have made a huge difference in those pugs lives. They lost the loving people who were caring for them until they found their forever homes. After already losing the places they called home.
You can learn all about these pugs who need help here.
Here is a little bit about each of them.
Mia 10/11 years old hard of hearing & has little eyesight, very small about 13-14lbs fawn
Mugsy male 9 years just needs a home not good with small children (picture of Mugsy below - he is a sweetie)
Obi & Anna Obi fawn no issues, Anna black bonded pair Oobie is the way it is pronounce
Katy little pug female blonde mix 4*5 years old
Molly 6 year’s old fawn female kind of shy
Roxy 7 years old fawn female was a breeder dog loving but scrappy
So please, take a moment, even if you can't do it, maybe you know someone who can. We are all so privileged with what we have. Today, I reach out to those who are not.
Also, please take a moment to visit any of the posts here in the blog hop. There is so many inspiring stories out there.