I met Jason through my job at New Hope Animal Hospital. I had been involved in rescue for a while. One thing I learned throughout the years is that some rescues (not all and very few) have good intentions. Most have will and drive but not many can do what Jason with Friends to the Forlon can.
Jason will go above and beyond for every dog in the rescue and even for dogs who aren’t even part of the rescue. I experienced this first hand.
Bo, once a dog with a different rescue, needed what we thought to be just a routine TPLO surgery. After further examination I was told he needed more. I knew I could possibly raise the $6000 needed for his extensive surgery but it will take me time. A long time.
Jason offered to cover the surgery without asking for a penny back. Why? Because he can and when there’s the ability to help we ALL should help.
Friends to the Forlorn also took on Hercules, the dachshund puppy with a deformed spine. Herc went to see neurologists and many other doctors to get help. Hercules has been receiving therapy every week at no cost to us for the last few months even though we know he won’t ever walk normally. However, his quality of life can improve with every treatment. That’s what FTTF is all about. Quality of life and quality care.
This rescue needs to achieve more in order to help more. Every day at work I see the ability to defeat the impossible and Friends to the Forlorn needs to continue doing so.
Please donate to my campaign and help save more lives. All donations will go to a state of the art, first of its’ kind facility for the dogs that FTTF saves. A facility that will change the game for dog rescue and help so many more dogs get another chance at quality of life. This facility will give the dogs that were dealt a crappy hand in the beginning another chance to find solace with the best rescue organization around. Please consider and help us change the rescue world for the better. #TeamFTTF
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Andrea, Joshua, and The Baby Herc 💜.