We all occasionally have a purpose in life that we must pursue. That call involves helping animals for some people. We undoubtedly have a natural inclination to support animals on our own as animal enthusiasts. I frequently donate money to various animal charities, and when I do get a pet, I almost always adopt rather than buy one. Additionally, I always get my animals spayed or neutered, make sure they are current on their vaccinations, and never let the information on their microchips expire. We all contribute in whatever way we can, but some of us can go a little bit further than others.
However, one man, Lee Asher, has turned his passion for dogs into the ultimate charitable endeavor. To travel and rescue shelter dogs, Lee sold everything he owned, quit his job, and packed up his entire life. The two boarded an RV with a friend and their own six dogs and began their rescue quest. The two have been active on social media in the hopes that their posts may persuade readers to reevaluate their perceptions about shelter dogs. Because shelter dogs are frequently observed barking inside of their cages, Lee wants people to realize that they are not broken goods or dangerous animals and are instead just regular dogs looking for love and attention. They want to get out, which is why they bark.
90 dogs have been saved by the two on their travels to 31 different states. The two are devoted to getting all of these dogs to a place where they may find their forever homes, even though they may be having quite the adventure with an RV full of adorable, lovable puppies. Additionally, neither Lee nor his companion is picky about the dogs they assist; they will gladly rehome large or small, young or old canines. Their ultimate objective is to attempt and get rid of every dog from every shelter in the nation. Even though it is an ambitious aim, these two will undoubtedly give it they’re all.