Buster’s first owner surrendered him at a local shelter in Georgia. Despite his gentle nature, he found himself without a home. He was at risk of getting euthanized, but thankfully, Project Freedom Ride stepped forward and rescued him.
Jennifer and Roman are mother and son duo that started Project Freedom Ride. They rescue dogs, and sometimes cats, too, from local shelters. They network the animals and help them find their forever homes.
When Buster first met Roman at the play yard, he was so happy. He showered his new friend with kisses and hugs, and his tail wagged like crazy. He was delighted to meet someone who was excited to be with him.
From the beginning, we knew he deserved a good home, said Roman. After sharing the dog’s story on social media, Project Freedom Ride started to receive a bunch of adoption applications. And Kellie’s was the one that really stood out.
Kellie was a new vet at that time. She followed Buster’s journey and fell in love with the dog right away. So she reached out to Jennifer and they made arrangements to get the dog to Colorado.
A volunteer pilot flew Buster in a private jet to Texas. A rescue-partner then drove the dog to Kansas. And from there, Steven and Kathryn, volunteer pilots from Pilots N Paws, accompanied the lucky pooch to Colorado.
It seemed that Kellie and Buster were really meant to be together. They took to one another in an instant. Kellie couldn’t get enough of his happy tail and Buster was so delighted to meet his new mama.
When Buster ended up in the shelter, he had all the reasons to be sad, said Roman. But he didn’t let that stop him. Now, he’s happy in Colorado, living a happy life with his new mom.
Credits to Project Freedom Ride