"I wanted to thank the wonderful volunteers who rescued and fostered Rusty from Steps Beach. He is now living happily with me and my family in Connecticut. We adopted him in February.
He was sleeping in his cage with the sun on him, and my four year old boy woke him up. He was on a mission to give dogs some love and attention that day, the dogs from PR that made the trip to Stamford, the dogs without a home or family. When I asked him if he wanted to take Rusty home, his eyes and face lit up. He has been living with us since then.
He has acres to run, gets a nice long walk every day, plays ball and fetch, and has the run of the house. There are even other dogs he plays with in the area. The best part of Rusty is he is such a gentle, caring dog. He can be a bit playful and nippy with me, but he is a gentle dog when it comes to my son. He loves hugs and kisses. He is well fed, brushed, bathed, and is now living a good life. We absolutely adore him. Here are pictures of him. You do wonderful work, thank you for Rusty. He is the third dog I have rescued. The first Sato. We are hoping to adopt another Sato in a year or so, I want to give Rusty a bit more time with his new family and surroundings. But I think he would enjoy another dog around.
I have watched your you-tube videos and it breaks my heart to see how he lived. I cannot wait to go home and hug and kiss him."
Rusty's two videos. Once again, thank you ARF. The Animal Rescue Foundation in Rincon has fundraisers and the monies go to helping animals in Rincon. ARF provided a voucher for Rusty's visit to the vet. Donations are always welcome.
ARF in Rincon
Rusty's first video.
ARF is sponsoring its first Cat Health Day scheduled for September 26, 2009 at the public beach in Rincon! ARF!