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French Bulldog Puppy Mill Rescue – Live Blogging Friday

Ginger, a French Bulldog helped through rescue

This is Ginger - another puppy mill rescue. Her full story is coming on Monday. This is Ginger AFTER gaining weight, by the way.


Just a quick update that, thanks to some dedicated Chicago French Bulldog Rescue volunteers, I’m going to be live blogging as much of Friday’s puppy mill rescue efforts as possible.

No updates will be possible from the auction itself (and there are police on hand to make sure of that, which is pretty much the height of irony), but as soon as the auction is done, and from the staging areas onwards, we’ll be getting you news just as soon as we possibly can.

Check in through out the day on Friday, for news as soon as we have it, including photos and video.

These Frenchies are going to need a LOT of veterinary attention, so please – continue spreading the word and encouraging people to give. Once they’re out of the puppy mill, the real job of ‘rescuing’ them will just be starting!


6 replies
  1. Donna
    Donna says:

    I’m confused. The police are not allowing people to use their phones or text etc? WTF??? This isn’t the Middle East! IF the police rough anyone up, take names and badge numbers!!!

  2. Jamie
    Jamie says:

    I will be praying that everything goes well and waiting to hear the news. This is just so sad. Seeing Ginger breaks my heart . . . How can people be so heartless? I just don’t get it. 🙁

  3. Shannon
    Shannon says:

    I pray for everyone tomorrow!!!!! I can’t wait to hear Ginger’s story how she’s even alive looking like that after weight gain looks nothing short of miraculous. I love her snuggly cow 🙂

  4. Debra
    Debra says:

    I am keeping you all in my prayers and praying that all goes smoothly. My fingers are crossed that every Frenchie there will be saved and loved from this day on.

  5. k
    k says:

    Clearly the police not allowing cell phone use is a sign that they’re being paid off (dirty cops) to even let this happen. To all the rescuers, you are heroes and heroines!!!

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