This is Ginny. She was a rescue dog herself, but she was one with a mission in life. Her mission was to save street cats who were in need. The last estimate was that she rescued over 1,000 cats and kittens before she passed away in 2007. However the legacy of Ginny the Cat Rescue Dog lives on through The Ginny Fund.
Ginny’s ability to sniff out these endangered street cats was something special. Her owner even talks about her jumping from a moving car and running to a cardboard box. Sure enough there was a disabled cat in desperate need of help.
He remembers the first time she showed him what she could do. She slipped her leash and ran to a pipe. Sure enough five little kittens responded to her call and came out of the pipe.
She’s sniffed kitties out of dumpsters, glove compartments, and other unexpected places where they were trapped as well. She would paw and bark at cats in danger—she had a sixth sense for saving cats, and her human helped her carry out her mission The Ginny Fund
Ginny was rescued herself. Her owner, Philip, was injured on a construction site and was suffering from depression when he decided that adopting a dog might be just what he needed. He found and adopted Ginny after her previous owner had abused and abandoned her. Ginny’s obvious mission in life gave him a new purpose and they worked together until she passed.
We hope you enjoyed Ginny the Cat Rescue Dog.
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