Have you considered fostering?
Opening your home to care for pugs that are on their way to their forever home is one of the most important aspects in rescue. CPR is always looking for volunteers that are willing to foster pugs, but now, more than ever, CPR is in need of foster families. As a foster parent, all we ask of you is a kind hand, a little patience and a loving home while we search for a forever home for your rescued foster pug.
Our foster parents pay for nothing, (unless they want to). We provide the: crate if needed, food, Heart Guard & Frontline, and any vet visits that may be required. No foster parent in our organization is ever forced to take a pug; we try to match the foster pugs to households that suit them and where they will thrive.
If you can open your heart and home to foster one of our pugs in need, please fill out our Volunteer Application, including the specific Foster questions. A Foster/Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Thank you! xoxo
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♥♥♥♥Thank you ♥♥♥♥
Thank you to our ADOPTERS.
Thank you for adopting a homeless pug, for making them part of your family.
Thank you to our SPONSORS and DONORS.
We truly cannot rescue pugs without you!
Thank you to our FOSTER PARENTS
For opening your hearts and homes to homeless pugs. For looking after them 24/7 as if they were your own. For all the love and care given.
Thank you to our VOLUNTEERS in all areas of our rescue.
We couldn’t do it without you. You are truly the heart of our rescue.
Thank you to our FELLOW RESCUERS and FRIENDS IN RESCUE.
For speaking for the ones that cannot speak. For crossposting to save a precious life. For helping one another.
Thank you to the HOME VISITORS.
For taking time from your busy lives and making sure the Pugs go to good homes.
FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS~
We wish you and your loved ones, including your beloved pugs and furry family members, a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Hi, I’m Cleo!
I came to CPR when my mom had to go to a nursing home to live. Although I was sad to leave my mom, I was excited to begin my new life with CPR. I got lucky and ended up with a fantastic set of foster pug parents that love me. Since I’ve been with them, I’ve had my teeth cleaned up and I’m on medication for the arthritis that I’ve got in my back legs. I’m feeling (and looking) great! My hearing and eyesight have pretty much gone now due to my age, but then, I really don’t need those things to eat anyway! I’m on eye drops twice a day to keep them from being dry. They say that my lymph nodes are a little enlarged but we’re hoping they get better soon now that I’m getting healthy again.
Due to my age and medical condition, I’m in permanent foster care. If you would like to be my Pug Angel Sponsor and help CPR cover my medical and everyday care expenses, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know!
Congrats to Marley and his new forever parents Sheri and Greg!
We are so thrilled for them especially after the sudden loss of their pug Yoda. They say the similarities between the two boys are uncanny!
Wishing everyone nothing but happiness, hugs, and lots of Tongue Out Tuesday pictures! 🐶❤😜.
Congratulations to Ginger and her new family!
This little girl came to us very sick but has recovered remarkably well in a short time. She must have known her new forever family was waiting to love her! Ginger now has a pug sibling and human siblings! We wish this family nothing but happiness and lots of snuggles! They are all SO in love! 🐶❤🐶❤🐶
Tazzy was welcomed into his forever home by a new brother and 2 human sisters! We know he will be spending his time running, playing, and snuggling just like the spoiled pug he deserves to be! BIG congrats to Tazzy and his whole crew!!💙💙💙