"DeeBo was a kitten born and raised during the last rotation in Jordan before me. The last group of guys saw DeeBo caught in a cage, took him out, and raised him as their own. I would like to show DeeBo another side of the world, and I want to show him love beyond the desert. I don't want to leave this post knowing that DeeBo could be suffering on the side of the world. For a stray, he is domesticated. Out of all the cats on post, DeeBo is the cleaniest and friendliest cat out there."
"I brought April in shortly after she had separated from her mother. She was born and nursed under a
generator on base. When she was big enough to be away from her mother, I started feeding her and
taking her into my room each night. In this area we have a lot of wild dogs that have killed cats, to
include Aprils’s two siblings, and so I couldn’t let the same things happen to her as well. The biggest driving factor for me wanting to bring April back to the US, aside from the close bond that we have now,
is that once my deployment ends I have no way of guaranteeing her safety, along with the fact that she
has no access to medical care!"
"I deployed to Qatar a few months ago, and met Smokey squadron morale cat right away. She must of been only a few months old and people were surprised to see her and wondered how such a small thing could survive out here. Someone even stopped her from being eaten by a pack of wild dogs that roam around our work area. She warmed up to us really fast and everyone just loves her. She's spoiled with treats, tuna, chicken, and we even made a small house for her to keep cool. There's a hole in the wall of our building that A/C blows out of and that's where we set up her "house". She plays with us, and cuddles to, but she has those hours where she goes nuts. She's' still a kitten in a way, and I think she might be around 8 months old. I don't know for a fact. I doubt that she has had any medical care at all and would love to bring her back stateside to my home or foster her to a good family. She's brought so much joy to everyone at work and deserves a good forever home. I'm still deployed with her from a few more months, and would love to get some help to bring her home."
Lady had 3 puppies on JULY 4th!
"Pepper was found while we were working the gates at Camp Al Saliya. She has been a morale boost for
the soldiers working the gates and a pleasure to have around. I would like to bring pepper home to give
her the same comfort and happiness she gave the soldiers at the gates."
Born 4th of July! These little ones will meet their soldiers/airmen that helped get their momma to safety. She did have the babies on base but were moved asap for safety.
"Sosa appeared out of the blue at my place of work and once she was there she saw no reason to leave. Unless of course it was to chase the patrol cars. Sosa has been a moral booster for the team and took to the role of our K9 quite well. She started off shy and cautious but warmed right up after a week. I want to bring Sosa home to give her the care and attention she deserves. She is very intelligent and has really started to show her goofy side. I am eager to train her and find out what we can learn from each other back home in America."
"I’m deployed right now and came across this scared boy Mijo...he’s bonded with me and my team. I want to give him a better quality of life and he’ll fit in perfect with my family. I don't want to leave him behind as the odds of him surviving out here alone are very slim." " Guy is Mijo's brother. I want to bring him home to live the life where he can be safe and loved. I am so excited to show him the USA."
These puppies were found by soldiers on base when the puppies were 3 weeks old. The momma disappeared and they don't know what happened to her. Our friends in Romania picked the puppies up and have been bottle feeding them and caring for them. They are taking such good care of them. All 5 have soldiers and the families are so excited for them to get to the USA. Only about 3 more months to go. :)
These puppies were all rescued in 2019 by some of our finest serving on foreign soil. All the puppies are now stateside and living the life a dog deserves.
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