Two days before Christmas, a rescuer entered a high-kill shelter and instantly connected with a dog who was just hours away from being euthanized. His name is Stanley and he had a severe case of mange.
This is a heartwarming rescue story about “just one dog” who inspired people to come together to perform a Christmas miracle.
This is a gladdening videotape about the deliverance of one canine. It shows how “ just one canine” inspired people to come together to perform a Christmas phenomenon.
Two days before Christmas, a deliverer entered a high-kill sanctum and connected with a canine who was just hours down from being euthanized.
His name is Stanley and he’d a severe case of mange. It was so bad he could slightly open his eyes. The deliverer could not get the dog out of her mind and decided to see what she can do to change the life of this canine.
Cathy Stanley of Camp Cocker Rescue made a video of Stanley at the Sanctuary in Los Angeles.
Cathy ended up pulling Stanley out, not knowing where he’d be going. She said, “ I got him out and started him on his medical recovery.
I also made the full interpretation of the Just One Canine videotape and started mailing that around like crazy, soliciting people to help me find a good deliverance.”
Her videotape and plea spread virally and on Christmas Day and Dave Schofield of Respect-A-Bull, a foster-grounded dog Terrier deliverance on Vancouver Island,
Canada entered a dispatch with Stanley’s story. He and his woman, Jo-Ann watched the videotape and wanted to help.
Dave called Cathy on Christmas Day and offered to take Stanley away. Enough plutocrats There are enough rich people to bring Stanley to Port Alberni, British Columbia, and Stanley directly into foster care institutions!
The group had numerous people interested in espousing Stanley after they had seen the “ Just one canine” videotape. But funnily enough, Stanley ended up being espoused by a couple who had noway seen the videotape.
Josh and Teresa Caufield espoused Stanley because they were won over by Stanley’s happy and friendly personality.
Now, for times plus, Stanley is loving life and is well loved by his new family, his time on death row a distant memory.
And since Stanley’s awful deliverance, Camp Cocker and Respect-A-Bull continue to work together to help save dogs like Stanley.
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