Letter: Braveheart should be allowed to continue its good workI am a volunteer for Braveheart Rescue, and have been since January of this year. I clean kennels, help with adoptions and help socialize the dogs. It saddens me to think of Braveheart closing.
To the editor,
I am a volunteer for Braveheart Rescue, and have been since January of this year. I clean kennels, help with adoptions and help socialize the dogs. It saddens me to think of Braveheart closing.
Not only do I enjoy what I do here, I feel that I am a part of something worthwhile which not only helps animals, but brings great joy to the people who adopt them.
I am continually amazed by the transformation that dogs who come here go through. Every one of the dogs we have gotten during the time I’ve been here has gone through this transformation. Many of the dogs we get come broken in body and spirit. Some are sick, some are starving and many are abused in other ways. Every single one of them has not only survived, but thrived to blossom and become beautiful, happy and healthy animals, ready to bless someone’s home. I encourage every one to go to www.braveheartrescueinc.com, and check out “Braveheart success stories.”
Braveheart, in my opinion, should be allowed to continue this good work. To the Marshan Township board I would say this: You may not consider dog rescue important. You may not even care about dogs. That’s OK. But when you have it in your power to support something good, why wouldn’t you, especially when it costs you so little?
— Sherry Morstad