Hi everybody it's Petey the puppy!!
I am home with my adoptered family check me out on Facebook at Petey Romp
Well by now I am sure you know my story, heck that's probably why you're here! First of all I want to thank you for coming to my page and donating. I can tell you're an nimal lover and boy, do I wish there were more people like you in the world ! :-)
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened. ~Anatole France
Now I'd like to tell you about some of my canine friends at Romp Rescue. Well they are not really friends as you know I kind of have a problem meeting other dogs and not wanting to kick their butts please don't tell anyone but I do this because I am scared. They still are my fellow canines and I want you to help me help them. One day after my rehab I want to be a real puppy and play with them- oh happy doggie day!!
I would also like you to know that Romp Rescue he has over 50 dogs currently in their care some in foster care but most are in boarding facilities if you think I have it tough living in a garage some of my friends are living in kennels 24 hours a day pretty much 7 days a week. Sure volunteers which there are far too few of stop by to walk my friends as much as possible and I know they do their best I want more for my friends they need forever homes like the one I am sure to get.
Let me tell you about my friend-to-be Cade he has had some tough luck not only did his owner surrender him to the shelter but while at the shelter some bad man entered into the dog run Cade was playing in and beat the holy crap out of him, why ? Who knows just a sick deranged man sending sweet Cade to the vet for 1000's of dollars in vet care. The shelter where it happened was going to put Cade down but Romp Rescue heard the shelters pleas on sweet Cade's behalf and took him to get the care he needed and of course assumed all liability for his medical bills. Let me tell you these Romp people even when they find themselves with no money they find a way to pawn something, go deeper in debt and just do whatever it takes to take care of these deserving dogs. I added a picture of my friend Cade to the my picture gallery Cade is wearing his super smart harness necause after he was beaten with a chain he's not cool with metal objects especially collars.
My friends at Romp have two hot little momma blue Pitties Lola and Charity boy oh boy do I have my eyes on them because when I am all better and back from rehab I want to play with them - well actually I hope they find their furever homes even before I am back from my rehab but heck maybe one day I will run into these hot mamas at a dog park.
Romp has a very gentle older girl named Lady and if I were just a bit older I would make her "my lady" she a big round and brown gentle girl about 5 years old - she doesn't even destroy her toys she acts like they are babies I don't get it but whatever I really like her anyway. She just had some surgery paid for by my friends at Romp Rescue and they tell me she is good to go. Randy says if his dog Molly misbehaves she will be replaced by Lady - that's not nice I like Molly even though I did bite her... I am sorry I just can't help it I want to be a good dog.
Well I could talk about the Romp dogs all day and night but I just want to mention Romp
has some great low energy seniors that should never ever sleep on cement floors, it's not good for old tired bones. Won't you please consider giving one of these seniors a place to sleep out their golden years?. Randy tells me anyone can adopt a puppy but Angels take care of seniors are there any Angels out there? I hope so.
Please visit Romp Rescue and click on their paypal account so they can continue to help my friends. Please tell them Petey sent you and they will make sure they match you with just the right dog and all adoption donations are refundable.
Don't want a long term commitment how about a dog to play with the kids during the summer or a dog to keep your feet warm in the winter Romp always needs foster mommies and daddies. When you foster Romp covers any unexpected medical expenses and food you provide the love and the shelter. Please consider donating, fostering or even adopting one of my buddies-to-be.
This is Petey saying goodbye for now but look for updates on my progress as I am sure I will graduate from doggy rehab with honors!
Later Dudes and Dudettes
Donations are sincerely appreciated, and can be made via this YouCaring site or to ROMP Rescue (tax-deductible).
-Tax deductible donations can be made to www.romprescue.org on their webpage please put 'PETEY' in the comments. Romp Rescue is a 501c3 non profit organization created for the purpose of saving the lives shelter dogs.
Thank you so much for helping save Petey.