Dogs in need of rescue? Veteran donates for dogs in most need. These are trying times were people are currently living because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Due to the ill effects of this deadly virus that could cause severe acute respiratory syndrome, people are forced to stay at home and limit their movements. But even with the contagion, there are still people who show kindness toward other people, including dogs.
Veteran Donates for Dogs in Need for Help
A veteran named Ralph F., who lives in Asheville, North Carolina, is one of the many people who continue to extend help with the little that he has. After knowing that he received a stimulus check to his bank account, Ralph immediately put it to good use. The man drove to the Wolf Animal Rescue and said he would like to use the money to help dogs there. Ralph specifically mentioned that he would help those dogs who find it hard to find new homes.
Leah Craig of Brother Wolf got caught off guard after Ralph visited her in the animal shelter. It was Leah who received the good news that Ralph would use his stimulus check to dogs who find it hard to get adopted.
Homes for Six Dogs
With this, the animal shelter looked for potential homes to six dogs. They told the individuals that the adoption fees would be waived for the dogs. According to Ralph, he is a dog lover and is home to a pooch, who earlier spent several months inside the shelter. The dog’s name is Winston.
Ralph said that he adopted Winston because he knew that the pooch needs his help. Ever since he adopted Winston, Ralph said that his life became more colorful. The pooch provided him the love and loyalty he was looking for. It is because of Winston that Ralph advocated for hardest-to-adopt dogs when the man received his stimulus check. He said that these dogs need home the most.
Credits to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.