Mon 31 Dec 2012
Sunday, December 30th – 570 miles. Viki is one of a litter of five 6-month-old Malinois females who came into rescue earlier in December in Pennsylvania. Foster Theresa Weldon scooped them up on intake and brought them home for vetting and stabilization until foster homes could be found and transport arranged. We had transport all set for Saturday but the heavy snow conditions in the Pennsylvania area of departure and along the transport route made it impossible for her to go on Saturday and we had to cancel. Most all of our amazing drivers were able to reschedule on Sunday and with David and Sue Carr adding the missing leg to the one they were already driving, plans were set in place for Sunday.
Viki and her sisters had severe malnutrition and were an unruly little pack with very little if any socialization. Theresa had been working miracles with them, helping them adapt to eating food from a bowl and sleeping in crates. It was now time to split them up so they could develop their own personalities and find their forever homes.
A huge thank you to foster home Theresa Weldon and Allyson who helped with one of the puppies, drivers Scott Weldon, Linda Torson, Penny Clark, Sue and Adam Carr, Etsuko Dlouhy, Kathy Miko, Dia Morgan and driver/fosters Jeanine and Kevin Daugherty.
Little Viki is now with her new foster mom, Jeanine, and resident Malinois Georgia and Liam. She has a new name, Brek, and is celebrating New Years with her foster family in Wisconsin. Watch the website for this gorgeous little girl, I’m sure she will be available for adoption soon.
A New Year miracle – thank you to everyone who helped Brek on her journey, ABMC Rescue State Coordinator Julie Bear, foster homes Tracey Weldon and Jeanine Daughterty, and of course all her wonderful drivers who made the trip to her foster home possible, thank you for braving the snow and cold… Happy New Year!!!
ABMC/R Transport Coordinator