In our first mission for Wild Hearts Rescue we found a good home for the Pitbull puppy that my friend Dearle donated to our cause. On our first visit, the puppy did not play well with Keith and Nicole’s toy poodle. But they wanted to give the pup another chance. They even bought a copy of Kody’s book plus gave a $50 donation to Wild Hearts. Nicole called last night to let me know Queenie, (their new puppy) was getting along well with Hardy the toy poodle.
Yesterday afternoon, I received a $25 certificate from a Vet down the street from Keith and Nicole’s place, so I gave it to them to use for the puppy’s next shots. I put the $50 Donation in the Wild Hearts account. Now all I need to do is find a home for 3 more of Dearle’s pups, 2 spotted females and 1 all brown male. If I do, we will be just $300 shy of the non-profit corporation. I have them posted on Craig’s List and on Pitbull Positive.
I could have used some help transporting this first puppy, because as it was I had her in my lap on the ride over. By the time I was through, I smelled like a can of dog food.
So, while Wild Hearts Rescue is off to a good start, so too is Gun and Cannonball with its first book ready to go to press by the end of this week. Our first book is a collection of short stories written by a retired Florida cop. The Hike will soon be available on the Gun and Cannonball Productions site.