This is Sara when she went down with Animal Rescue Corp to volunteer on a puppy mill raid. She fell in love with little Calvin. Sara is President of Boot's Place Against Puppy Mills.
Boot was a feral cat living in Cheryl's yard for 3 years. He came to her for food and belly rubs although he would not let her pick him up. One week before he died, he jumped into her lap. When he got hit by a car, Cheryl threw herself on top of his body and vowed never to feed outside again. She started trapping all the cats. To honor his memory, she started Boot's Place. Sara, Kim and Cheryl now have combined their efforts to educate people about the horrors of all breeding mills. This includes bunnies and kittens too. We know that Boots is dancing on the rainbow bridge watching us do our work by saving these innocent animals.
Sara & Cheryl
Cheryl and Sara have been friends since 1985. Their mutual love and respect for animals led them to create Boot's Place Against Puppy Mills. Without Cheryl's insight, there would never be Boot's Place.
The NJ Girls
These two girls are the reason Boot's Place exists. Then there were two more. Cheryl and Kim will be passing the torch onto the girls, Katie and Jackie. We are excited for the next generation caring about the animals!
If your heart is for animals there is a place for you.
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