Meet Purrsey!! Purrsey found himself surrendered to the shelter at the young age of 7 years old when his former owner, and best friend, was moving to a nursing home adn there was no family to take over for Purrsey, so of course we coudl not let he and his sister down. His sister has already transprted, but unfortuanlly Purrsey needs some signifigant work down on his teeth .They are in bad shape. He needs rads, and acutally oral surgeon to remove old roots on teeth that had broken, take out alll the rotted teeth and clean up the advanced gingivitis. To boot, he will need an ear ablastion due to one of them being almost closed with pollyps. Poor dude has had a rough go, but he happy to be in a loving foster and really ready to get his mouth feeling better!
All this runs to the tune of $3,000. Surgery is on hold until we can raise it as funds are super daily due to all thd daily costs of saving 6-7,000 animals a year. PLEASE HELP US HELP PURRSEY!!!
Rescued Pets Movement (RPM) was conceived in the first city—Houston, Texas. Depressed and exhausted from trying to save pets with no room or funding, the founders created RPM to bring the supply in Houston to the demand in other states. After working with various traditional rescue groups for many years, RPM’s founders came to realize that the best way to save these dogs and cats is to build solid relationships with reputable shelters and rescue groups in Houston and in areas of the United States where pet overpopulation does not exist and then arrange transportation to get the animals there. To that end, RPM partnered with the Houston city pound and has helped change the face of rescue in Houston. Because of this partnership, in just over 5.5 years, RPM has saved more than 35,000 death-row dogs and cats and has been instrumental in increasing the pound’s save rate from a mere 45% to a high of 90%.
Because of its innovative program and the thousands of hours invested by RPM’s volunteers and foster families, there is now actually hope in Houston for our homeless pets. Although the save rate at the city pound is slowly climbing, Houston is still a long way off from being anything like that second city. RPM still has much more work to do. There are more animals waiting to find their second chance. We hope you will join our movement and help us move pets home.
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