And The Saints Went
The Florida Brat Pack that is! They are a finely tuned rescue
machine under the direction of Florida Team leader Mary Domery at
These folks will do anything to save a Bichon, including
calling the sheriff at MIDNIGHT!
We owe a special thanks to Maxine Hirsh at email@example.com for
allerting SPR to this rescue emergency!
Sparky was scheduled to be
euthanized this morning at 6:00 A.M. Yikes! Florida Brat Pack member, Brant
Cramer at firstname.lastname@example.org only learned of Sparky's plight late last night!
precious Bichon boy almost lost his LIFE for the crime of being in a shelter.
Thank GOD for our Florida Rescue Team! What a save! Come read this exciting
Sparky in Florida
Date: 7/26/2002 12:18:01 PM Central Daylight Time
email@example.com (Brant Cramer)
Some of you know that we received a
notice about a Bichon in the Lake County
Animal Control Shelter. The notice
worked its way down late in the day.
Sparky was scheduled to be put down at
6:00 AM this morning. I got the news
about 9:30 last evening. I called the
Sheriff at 12:00 Midnight and was
lucky to talk with a very pleasant and
helpful person. She said OK, I will
ask them to hold him. Before 6:00, a
Sheriff’s car went to the shelter and
we saved him.
He is a rather
good looking neutered male, probably about 5 yrs. He has a
cataract in his
left eye, and he has a skin problem on the top rear of his
back. Some hair is
missing, and some is discolored brown, The rest of his
coat is healthy and
white and typical Bichon. It is obvious this dog has
not had care for some
time. His nails are about 1 inch log. He really
smells. I think he could use
a bath every day for a week. I shampooed him
twice when we got home. He still
smells like a kennel. He was
exceptionally good during the bath and blow-dry,
very gentle and patient.
He appears to come when called, he could put JR to
shame with his Bichon
Wave, and he dances. The brief encounter I allowed with
my dogs went very
well. I will try to get a better photo later in the
This effort included all of the “Bratpack”, Pat, Pamme, and
We owe a special thanks to Maxine Hirsh
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> for contacting SPR on behalf of
this little guy.
She happened to spot him yesterday while adopting another
dog at the
shelter. She is not SPR, but knew what to do. Thanks Maxine, we
him the perfect
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