Our Good Friend and Actor Jax Malcolm who has been working with The Apex Protection Project and LRM Publicity Have Brought This to Our Attention;
There are Only 5 days left… Last chance to save the 38 remaining dogs of
High Dessert Wolves in Lassen County, Ca.
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Plan B Foundation
October 25, 2018: A small team of rescuers has been achieving the impossible – rescuing 161 animals from a facility in Lassen County, Northern California called High Desert Wolves. The dogs were originally slated to be destroyed on Monday October 8th, the rescue team, made up of Plan B to Save Wolves, Apex Protection Project, W.O.L.F. Sanctuary of Colorado, Pets Return Home, Wolf Mountain Sanctuary, Omen Creek Wolf Sanctuary and other individuals in the rescue world, has been granted an extension by the county to Friday, November 2nd, to safely remove as many of the dogs from the property as possible before they step in and euthanize the remaining animals. So far, The High Desert Wolves Rescue Team has been able to vet and transport 123 animals to safe havens around the country. With the looming deadline of just 5 days there are 38 animals that still need transport. All these animals have a qualified rescue organization to go to, but they need a ride to get them home. A film crew is traveling with the rescue team to document this dire situation with frequent updates to the Apex Protection Project Facebook page to continue to garner support.
The team has spent upwards of $55,000 in donations from around the country for this operation to save 123 animals total to date – many of which are puppies. Time is of the essence and they need an additional $75,000 for the many rescue organizations taking these animals including remaining transport of the last 38 dogs, spay/neuter, vetting, properly built enclosures, food and other needs.
Along with monetary donations, the team is requesting help in the form of:
Placement at Qualified Rescue Facilities equipped to take feral, suspected low-content wolfdogs or northern breed mixes. Those who can take a larger amount of dogs are most needed.
Professional transporters who can handle large groups of animals in one transport (10 and more).
This is one of the largest rescue operations the national wolfdog rescue community has ever seen, and ample footage is available for coverage. Rescue Team leadership is available for interviews and to provide any other information necessary to facilitate coverage of this mission, these innocent lives are worth saving.
For general donations please donate at: www.planb.foundation/SaveWolves/Donate
For Media Inquiries, interviews, and coordination