We work with other rescues to help with temporary fostering, as needed, and transporting dogs to the foster homes for their rescues. If not for the love of Loyal Rescue, this little senior boy would not have had the chance to know love in his short few months he was in foster care. Thank you to Brenda for the compassion to save him to know a kind, gentle heart in his remaining months. And thank you to Lucy Moye and her team of volunteer drivers for giving your love and time to make sure these precious dogs, saved from death row in shelters, a second chance to be loved.
Dedicated to the Memory of Jazzy
For those of you who helped transport Jazzy to LOYAL Rescue last September, I wanted to pass on this note from Brenda:
“It is with sincere sadness that I tell you all that Jazzy passed away in his sleep last night. He came to me a while ago as a senior at that time. Recently he showed signs of renal failure and I knew the time was close.Last evening I expressed his bladder for him then tucked him into a bed he loved, put a nice baby blanket over him (thanks Lynn for sending them to me) and he went to sleep. I checked him before I went to bed and he was resting comfortably.This morning the blanket was completely pulled over his entire body and he was cold. I suspect one of the other dogs covered him once they realized he was gone.
Thank you Nancy for bringing Jazzy to our attention when you heard of him. Thanks Lucy for transporting him to me and thanks Lorraine for posting him in one of your articles to try to find him a home. My heart breaks that after his owner passed away, he lived out his life in foster care with no “forever” home of his own.
Rest in peace sweet little doggie. Go be with your owner now.”
Of course, Jazzy didn’t know he was in foster care–he just knew Brenda loved him. Run free, little man….
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