Some of the lives featured are street rescues, others I pulled off death row, and one or two have a limited time left at life. Not that they have a life right now. Shelter dogs are confined to small cages 24/7 and exposed to airborne diseases that kill their chance for adoption. I visit various shelters in the Los Angeles area a couple times a week and volunteer in order to offer comforts to as many lives as I can. I can't save them all, but I work diligently to pull shelter dogs on their kill date. There are also countless street rescues that need help from abuse, neglect or that were abandoned (and dying) from disease or hunger.
If you live in the Los Angeles area, please help me save ONE LIFE at a time.
If you want to save a life by being a foster parent, we will (hopefully) have more opportunities soon.