Every dog that Crossing Paths Animal Rescue saves has his/her own unique story. We would like to share the following narratives that highlight the extraordinary circumstances of the rescue, exceptional actions taken by our volunteers, and/or the resilience of the dogs who we rescue.
Upon visiting the high-kill shelter, we observed a 1-year-old pup curled up in the back of her crate who refused to move. She had a huge abscess on her side.
On May 28, 2022, Mary Ellen Tidwell, the President and Founder of Crossing Paths Animal Rescue, received a phone call from the local high-kill City Animal Shelter.
On December 12, 2022, a man approached 2 of our volunteers (Heather and Merit) at a vet’s office. He told them about a dog whose owners abandoned 2 months ago.