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Desperate Call for a New Van in Suburban Rescue to Prevent Animal Euthanasia

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Desperate Call for a New Van in Suburban Rescue to Prevent Animal Euthanasia

MORTON GROVE, Ailing. — A suburban rescue organization celebrating its twentieth anniversary is asking for the general public’s help to interchange its only transport van after it collided with a deer.

On Thursday, Wright Way Rescue was headed downstate to Nashville, Illinois when a big deer bolted in front of the van. No animals were on board and the motive force was shaken up but okay.

It put the van out of commission and the organization is asking for donations to interchange it.

The mission of Wright Way, which was began by founder Christy Anderson out of her Southern Illinois University dorm in 2003, is a special one.

The rescue makes a speciality of going to rural downstate communities and small towns within the South to save lots of animals from being euthanized.

“We don’t even work in towns which have animal control officers,” Anderson told WGN News. “They work hard but have significant challenges because of their size.”

The organization was in a position to drive to Missouri Wednesday, the day before the accident, to save lots of a tiny puppy.

Anderson said the dog was abandoned and in critical condition prior to being rescued by the organization.

Wright Way is due for 87 rescues next week that it cannot provide with out a van.

“We aren’t going to permit these dogs to get killed,” Anderson said. “We want the transport vehicle back to save lots of 50 to 100 animals per week.”

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