Judy Obregon Rossell from Fort Worth, Texas rescued her first dog from a "dumping ground" seven years ago, that's when her journey of dog rescuing began.
After the first experience saving a dog, Judy felt like that was her mission, so she started a foundation called "The Abandoned Ones Animal Rescue", and to this day, she's been helping dogs with no home leading a rescue of more than 300 animals.
"It's not just about rescuing,", "It's about educating people to avoid these circumstances. I don't think I can stop until I make a change in the area or make a big impact."
You can’t buy love, but you can adopt it from an animal shelter (and usually for a lot less money than buying a dog from a breeder or a pet store), and you can find a dog to fit your unique personality (even if you’re a little nutty).