On Tuesday night, Haberman commented that a rescue had agreed to take in the dogs, and he planned to return the next morning with a trap to help safely relocate them.
Unfortunately, Wednesday's attempt was also unsuccessful. Red was willing to approach the rescuers, but White was afraid and "trap savvy," according to a post from another person involved in the rescue.
While the rescue organization makes plans to safely find the dogs new homes, a foster mother has agreed to check in on the dogs and provide food and water for them as they await their new chapter in life.
It may be a while before the dogs find their new home, but as far as stray dogs go, these are fairly lucky. While many live on for years without anyone noticing them, these two dogs are receiving attention and care from the compassionate people of Wartburg, Tennessee.