Woods Creek Rescue Needs Help!
Woods Creek Pit Bull Rescue saves dogs....big dogs, small dogs, pit bulls, poodles, labs, & chihuahuas. It is pretty much a ONE WOMAN EFFORT and times have been super tough lately. LAST NIGHT ONE OF THE BARNS CAUGHT FIRE. Two goats and a calf died, Tammy and her boyfriend were able to call the fire department and rescue all of the other animals thankfully. NO DOGS OR PUPPIES were in that barn. All are safe. But the barn, kennels, supplies including hay, feed, straw, chicken feed, fencing, etc has all been destroyed. We need to rebuild the barn and kennels and pens. The farm has become HOME to rescued calves, chickens and the goats too. We are still in the process of getting the 501c3 finalized but are listed with the state as a designated non profit rescue.
Even a dollar would help! Please share with your dog loving friends, your pibble people, or with your friends and family that have a soft spot for those types of folks that try to do it all, all of the time. All of the dogs and other animals and those of us behind the scenes, THANK YOU!!
Tammy is hanging in there; getting back into her regular daily tasks. Getting new puppies into the rescue and getting them ready for their future adoptions.
Odie, THE TRUE HERO IN THIS WHOLE EVENT... modeling his new coat! Just in time for the snow last week!
Things are getting rebuilt on the farm and Tammy has been trying to remember all of the odds and ends (supply wise) that got destroyed. She's been sick for the last few days and spent some time at the doctors office. Fatigue, stress and smoke are paying their price. Thanks to helpful friends and family, the chicken coop has been rebuilt and the dogs are getting playtime and lots of attention from visitors. There is an Amazon shopping list in the WCPBR Facebook page for the specific items that are needed. Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone for their kind words and generous donations! Tracy
Tammy and the animals are doing better, day by day. In addition to all of the fire chores that need doing, there are still daily lists of tasks to run the shelter. A big thank you to everyone who has volunteered at the farm the past week, who delivered much needed supplies, and who have donated money for the cause. I deposited a large chunk of the funds directly into the rescue's checking account today. It truly does 'take a village' to help those in need. Thank you! Tracy