Chris and Mariesa Hughes, an upstate New York couple, founded the Mr. Mo Project in 2011 with the aim of providing care packages to senior canines in their local shelter. However, the project rapidly expanded, and they began to take in dogs themselves. In this article, we will delve into the origins of the Mr. Mo Project and the remarkable impact it has had on hundreds of canines’ lives.
The Mr. Mo Project was inspired by Moses, a senior dog who had overstayed his welcome at a local shelter. After spending only four weeks with Moses prior to his passing, the couple began to consider the lives of other aging dogs who had undoubtedly faced similar difficulties.
Their mission is simple yet challenging: they want to provide senior canines with the best possible experience for the remainder of their lives. Their motto, “the best for the rest,” underscores this commitment to improving the lives of senior dogs.
Over the past six years, Chris and Mariesa have rescued over 500 senior canines. Their network of rescuers extends across the United States and Canada, in addition to California. They are passionate about their work and committed to their cause, which is reflected in the effort they put into fundraising for expensive procedures. They never want to leave any canine behind and do everything they can to ensure that each dog receives the care they need.
The couple has faced many challenges along the way. They are always asking for donations from well-wishers for expensive procedures, and sometimes they fall short of their fundraising goals and are forced to pay for the therapy themselves. Despite the financial burden, they never give up, and they never give up on a dog.
Chris and Mariesa Hughes are remarkable individuals who go above and beyond to ensure that senior dogs enjoy a peaceful and comfortable retirement. Their passion and dedication to their work are inspiring and have led to countless canines being saved. The Mr. Mo Project is a testament to their character, and we are fortunate to have people like them in our world. Let’s continue to spread the word and support their cause. Please share this article with your family and friends.