Road Dogs & Rescue | Donation
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We are fundraising for Operation BullPog and 100% of proceeds raised will be donated to Road Dogs & Rescue.
In January, Road Dogs saved 50+ Pugs, Frenchies, and Bulldogs after they were abandoned in China by another rescue. The plan, as we have done before, was to bring them to the US in the spring. Then COVID hit.
It's been a waiting game ever since. While sadly we have lost some due to medical issues, we have spent approximately $4,500 a month to provide food, veterinary care, and boarding. If we stop, these dogs will simply wind up back in the meat trade. There has been little light at the end of the tunnel.
Now, finally, there is hope. A window of opportunity has opened in the next few weeks for us to bring 40 dogs to the US!
We urgently need donations to make this happen. Our only option is to pay for a large portion of the cargo area - about $3,000 per dog. This does NOT make economic sense, however, we are their only hope. Otherwise, the dogs remain in China indefinitely, under the care of boarding facilities that logistically we just can't properly oversee.
A huge thank you to everyone who has donated so far.
We've had an amazing sponsor step up and donate half of the overall cost! And another business has contributed an additional $5,000. But we still need to raise about $50,000. If you're a business owner, perhaps you could sponsor a dog or two. If not, maybe your employer would be willing to match donations.
Should you be in a position to help - please give. These Lovable Lemons deserve loving forever homes here in the US. They deserve not to be forgotten. A life is a life.
If you're unable to help financially, please consider voting for Road Dogs to win up to $200,000 from MyGivingCircle! It's absolutely free to vote and will only take 1 minute of your time. Click here to vote!
Road Dogs & Rescue rescue bulldog breeds, with our primary focus being complicated medical dogs, seniors and special needs puppies. They are the most likely to be euthanized. They are often dumped at shelters or abandoned at veterinary clinics. Some regard them as defective and shun them. We see them as just differently beautiful and differently-abled and they deserve to live amazing lives!