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Letters below were sent to founder Jeff Gold from people helped by Rescue Me!

Sender: Sharon Hotchkin     Date: February 14, 2015 _
     I posted on Rescue Me because Bella needed more than we could give her. We were foster parents to her to make sure she didn't go to a shelter, but we wanted her to have the life she deserved. Being an Australian Kelpie, and one year old, she needed a lot of activity and challenges and we are seniors. We won't be getting more active. :) I had many responses because she's a beautiful girl, but I wasn't looking for just another 'home' for her. I was contacted by a young man, who had recently lost his beloved best friend (a Kelpie) to a brain tumor. He also had another Kelpie who's very old and has health issues, who was missing her friend also. So I knew this man understood the breed and what was needed. He drove with his lovely girlfriend all the way where we live. There was something almost magical when Bella met her new family. Everyone immediately seemed to 'click' with each other. Everything fell into place. When your head and your gut tells you 'This Is Right'. Although we will miss her very much and it was hard to say goodbye, I know she's going to be very happy. Thank you so much for this site. These wonderful creatures give so much to us and I'm so grateful for people who will 'rescue' a dog who needs a home. Thank you, thank you.

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Sender: Susan Barba     Date: November 1, 2014 _
     What a fantastic service Rescue Me provides! We were fostering our daughter's three year old Kelpie Mix. Our daughter could not keep her due to her change in marital status. Korra is a wonderful dog but we were unable to keep her. Our lifestyle and work schedules were not suitable to the needs of a Kelpie. Korra loves to go on walks, play ball and is a delightfully active dog. We asked friends, family, associates and even posted her on Facebook. I searched for Kelpie Rescues and Rescue Me came up in my search. I am so very thankful that it did! I had several inquires about Korra within days. I am so thrilled to report that Korra met her new family yesterday and the adopting family is everything and MORE than I could have hoped and prayed for. Korra needs stability and a forever home. Korea has had a long trail of being bounced around from the original owner to shelter to our daughter, to her husband and then to us. Korra is such a sweet and loyal dog but the instability she has endured has made her less trusting than I know she will eventually be. Now that Korra has a forever home she will have the fine, happy, healthy life she deserves. The couple who adopted her are great people and we look forward to hearing from them and getting photos from them of Korra as she finally settles into her new and forever home. Korra means companion and I know she is a good companion. I will miss having Korra with us, but I know she is finally where she belongs! Thank you so much Jeff Gold for developing this remarkable website and program.

Sender: Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero     Date: August 20, 2014 _
     We said goodbye to our 14 year old Border Collie/Lab/Chow mix last month. It was heartbreaking. We have a Dogo Argentine who's four and has always had another dog around. He was grieving too but in the past few weeks he seemed to be missing the dog energy. We knew it was time to get a dog, but it had to be the RIGHT dog. We wanted an energetic dog because we're active and we wanted Bandit to stay active so we looked at herding breeds primarily. When we found your site we saw so many companion candidates, but the choice needed to be Bandit's. We met several dogs in person with Bandit through Ellen and Tom (what gems!) at their Rescue Ranch. Bandit and Belle hit it off right away. What made it better was Belle also was sweet to us humans. We fell in love! Ellen was incredible as well since she's also a trainer. We'll be taking some classes with her to keep Belle stimulated and to teach the humans how to behave. Rescue Me is wonderful. Thank you for helping us give Belle her furever home!

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Sender: Dawn Roccanti     Date: July 24, 2013 _
     A great experience with Rescue Me!, in one week my Australian Kelpie was adopted by a wonderful family.

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