Elizabeth is a staff writer at The Dodo. Journalist with dust on her boots. PhD in creative writing. Uninhibited cat lover.
“They were very nervous and huddled close together for comfort in the corner of the concrete pen.”
“This dog wanted out so badly. You could see it in his eyes.”
“He went from putting his head against the wall of a concrete corner because he just wanted to crawl away from the world … to playing with toys and giving his paw and wagging his tail.”
“He would not walk, play, bite or anything. He just lay in a corner."
“It’s gotten to the point now where rescuers have to shut their car doors because if not, they’ll pile in there ... These dogs desperately love people.”
“I run a dog rescue, so I save dogs, but sometimes there’s a human attached to that dog and you have to help both.”
"What they’re doing is culling an animal so they can put others on display that are younger, more attractive."
“He definitely does know he is rescued and safe ... He looks like he has landed in pony heaven.”
“As soon as I sat in my car and started the car and drove off, she melted into my lap and just dug her head into my arm.”
“You could just see it in her face that she just loves when the sun hits her face.”