BENEFITING: WRIGHT-WAY RESCUE
This evening we are telling the story of Nora, a black Lab puppy, who was rescued from an animal control facility just north of the Mexico border. Without Wright-Way Rescue’s help, she would have been euthanized. Nora had been tethered with metal wire which cut a deep infected wound around her entire neck (please see photo in post, but warning as it may be graphic to some).
At just 3 months of age, all little Nora had known was neglect, pain, and suffering. Her euthanasia had been scheduled. In the area she was in, homeless dogs have very little hope once they end up at animal control. Dogs with special medical needs have even less of a chance of finding rescue.
Nora's life literally changed with one phone call. With Wright-Way Rescue confirming our support, a volunteer in Texas was able to pull her from the animal control and provide temporary care until she could reach Wright-Way Rescue.
On April 21st, this little girl arrived via airplane and was warmly greeted by a volunteer with Wright-Way Rescue. She was a bit nervous but immediately jumped into the volunteers arms and hasn't looked back since!
Saving dogs like Nora requires an enormous amount of resources. Just like her, many come in with injuries, parasites, and desperately need our help. Without a dedicated team and donations, Nora would have been euthanized. She would have never known the love of a family, but now she will.
Funds raised will go to treat Nora and other medical cases, and eventually get them into permanent homes. A short term injury or illness should not prevent an adoptable pet from years with a loving family.
Wright-Way Rescue is committed to saving as many puppies and kitties as we can, but we need your help. Please help us pledge to help more dogs who find themselves without hope and give them the happy ending they deserve.
You can also donate via mail: Wright-Way Rescue, 5915 Lincoln Avenue, Morton Grove, IL 60053