Our Muttville foster, Al, has a very important message for you today. Muttville founder, Sherri Franklin, has been nominated for CNN’s Hero of the Year award. Thanks to Sherri, and all of the supporters of Muttville, over 4,000 dogs have been saved, including our little foster, Al. Sherri is Al’s hero and he urges you to help make Sherri CNN’s Hero of the Year. Read Sherri’s story, then vote for Sherri using any of the methods below:
1. Type “VOTE Sherri Franklin” in a message on the CNN Heroes FB page
3.Tweet Sherri Franklin
“All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close up.”
We only had Norton for one week before a wonderful family scooped him up. We are happy to report that he now has a forever home with other dogs who he can play with all day long!
We can’t believe that our awesome foster, Al, hasn’t found a home yet, but we know the right family is coming. This spunky senior still has a lot of love to give and a lot of pep in his step- watch him rock the sidewalk!
Foster dogs often come from shelters and rescues that have graciously taken them in, but that also have a hard time keeping up with all of the dogs in their care (that’s why fostering is so important!). When you first take in a foster, they typically arrive dirty. The first order of business is always a bath!
Norton is a Schnoodle who we are fostering through the California Miniature Schnauzer Rescue. He’s about two years old, and we can already tell he’s a love bug!
Not quite ready to attack the day. But always ready to look cute!