Transporting rescued Cairn’s to foster homes

Not quite four years ago, I adopted Divinity from the Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network (CPCRN). Volunteers from Col Potter transported Divinity more than 500 miles from the puppy-mill in Missouri from which she was rescued, to her foster home in Minnesota.

Transporting rescued Cairns

Well Col Potter posted a great video about their volunteers moving rescued Cairns to their Foster Homes. I wanted to share this video with the readers of Divinity’s blog.

“..through all kinds of weather, giving these dogs a 2nd chance to find a loving Forever Home! A single transport can take 10+ drivers and cover more than 800 miles! Without the quick response of the Transport team, many times Fosters will have to be boarded – costing Col. Potter hundreds of dollars that could be spent saving another life! Please volunteer or donate to this worthy cause!”

 

Transporting rescued Cairns

If you would like to volunteer your time, and or services, please click the following links:

* Transport Volunteer Driver form

Transporting rescued Cairns

 

* CPCRN Volunteer form

Transporting rescued Cairns

 

UPDATE: Here is Col Potter’s second transport video that is every bit as good as the first.

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3 responses

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