Freedom (Davidson County) Is Now Sugar

Freedom (Davidson County) Is Now Sugar
Thank you to all who helped to rescue Sugar and to all whose donations made her rescue possible.

My motto in life is “the difficult we do immediately; the impossible takes a little while” and here at CBHR the difficult shows up pretty regularly. Lately the impossible has knocked on our door pretty consistently and because of our foster homes, volunteers and supporters, we have been able to answer the calls in sometimes amazing timeliness. We are able to do things that even amaze me with my 20 plus years in logistics and transportation that involved moving medical equipment and military hardware sometimes at breakneck speed.

Yesterday, as you all read about, we were notified of a poor hound scheduled to be euthanized at 4:00 PM. Our officers sprung into action and reached out to you folks. In less then 20 minutes, we had arranged for pulling, transporting and fostering this poor girl whom I call “Freedom” until she gets a name. I can’t tell you how grateful we are for the outpouring of offers of a foster home for her. Before I could even cut and paste the email to our Facebook group wall, my phone was ringing with her new long term foster home. My inbox filled up and my phone continued to ring all day with offers of both adoptive and foster homes.

If you’ve read this far, I want to personally say thank you to each and everyone of you. I often comment that we have the best foster homes, volunteers and supporters in the rescue world, and because of you folks, we get to make the impossible, possible! Thank you all!

John Ford
Foster Care Manager