The Dog Liberator™

The Dog Liberator rescues abandoned dogs throughout the Southeast. Based in Central Florida, this non-profit organization fosters all of their dogs in a home environment. Founded in 2009, all dogs are fully vetted, spayed or neutered prior to adoption. The Dog Liberator focuses in rescuing the herding breed, which consists of Border Collies, Shepherds, Sheepdogs, Aussies, Collies, and Deaf/Blind Dogs.

Bonnie-My Bonnie Lass~Adopted

Bonnie-My Bonnie Lass~Adopted
Bonnie pleading...

Bonnie’s heart wrenching picture was posted on my Facebook page. A beautiful puppy with one paw on the cage looking pleadingly at someone to get her out of this kill shelter. What did I do wrong she asks? Why do I have to die? I was a good girl I thought…I don’t understand.

My heart was breaking for her… puppies only want love and they give it so freely. I will never understand how someone can take puppies to a kill shelter. Their is excuse is always, “I didn’t want puppies!” THEN SPAY YOUR DOG!!!!! UGH!

This shelter sent out a 911 that they had taken in 75 dogs in one day! They euthanize twice a week but this week they were adding a third day. The wonderful volunteers were in panic mode contacting rescues who were running to the shelter to save dogs, sometimes too late. Amy and Maria work so hard to save these poor souls from the fate of the heartsick.

There was a rescue that wanted Bonnie, but not her brother Clyde, he would be left to die. I agreed to take them both. Amy and Maria put them in their car and I searched for a foster. Don M. a first time foster agreed to help.

Little Bonnie rode all day in the car, never made a peep or a mess! She was just trying to figure out what was going to happen to her next. When I took her she looked at me with those soulful eyes and asked “was I a bad girl?” “Can you Help me?” She was so sad and loving at the same time. She rode without a word, without a crate. By now cars were an unsure thing for her, every time she got in one her whole life changed. There is an old soul in Bonnie, it’s as if she has experienced roar more than her 6mo. age has allowed.

When she got to her foster she checked everything out, found a bone and busied herself chewing it. She and brother Clyde wolfed down their food as if they had never had any. She will make someone a wonderful companion!

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Feb. 24 foster update: Don reports that Bonnie wants to be a lap dog. She follows him around the house watching what he does and trying to figure out how to help!


Bonnie Adopted!

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