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Rosie, a stray Pit Bull, and her pups are rescued
Technology and human kindness saved the day

I just learned about three inspirational rescue organizations in Southern California: StartRescue.org, that offers transport for dogs from shelters in LA to other areas, HopeForPaws.org and TheDogRescuers.c­om. They all had a hand in a heartwarming rescue about Rosie the stray Pit Bull and her 5 pups, and how these organizations made it possible for all of the dogs to find loving families. The first video, in a series, shows Rosie’s “capture” and how using an iPhone and an amazing amount of kindness and patience, helped, in more than one, to save the day for her and her pups. There are a few other videos that follow, the pups growing up, how one overcomes what seems like an insurmountable obstacle, and a joyous family reunion with mom and the “kids.” All the videos are accompanied by music, so you might want to mute the sound if viewing while at work!

See how they are all getting on now:
Pups growing up in foster home http://youtu.be/GvMEtJyoNWY

Family Reunion http://youtu.be/bNQTBnHDHWY

Rosie with her new family http://youtu.be/krPA8OIG1Wo

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Claudia Kawczynska is The Bark's co-founder and Editor-in-Chief.

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