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Letters below were sent to founder Jeff Gold from people helped by Rescue Me!



Sender: Sheryl Demont     Date: December 6, 2012 _
     Thank you Jeff Gold, the girls Emily and Pi have their new forever home. Although they will remain with my family and me until January 1st, they have a wonderful family to go to. Dana works outside the home and her husband is a pastor. They have two other Japanese Chins in the sable color and adding these two will round them out. They are very excited to get them but live a good distance from here and her only chance to get them is on her Holiday off. Thanks again, for Rescue Me! Sheryl


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Sender: Melanie Larsen     Date: April 26, 2012 _
     I posted a picture and profile of pogo, and got a call from a man the next morning who was looking for a friend for his japanese chin. He said that he and his wife had a big yard and talking to them both, they seemed very nice. He came to introduce the two dogs and they loved each other right off the bat. The other chin seemed happy and healthy, a long coat with no matts, and they asked all the appropriate questions about his health and diet so I felt comfortable allowing Pogo to go home with him.


Sender: Noemi Ortiz     Date: March 25, 2012 _
     Mario has a new home. I am very pleased. I have enjoyed and continue to use Rescue Me! I requested people adopting my animals to make a contribution to Jap Chin Rescue since I do not charge any money for the adoption of any of my pets. Thank you so much for this wonderful web site. It is indeed needed. Really truly wonderful.


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