Two dog seen wandering around Savannah for years have a chance for rescue

It's not a new problem but sadly it rears its head all too often: dogs abandoned at Daffin Park.

Lately two pups that appear to have been abandoned by their owner are wandering the grounds. Witnesses say the dogs have been loose for several years often hanging around Midtown Savannah.

But now, these lonely pups are getting a new leash on life thanks to the support of the Savannah community. Two local volunteers, Butch Krishnamurti and Mandy Sperrey, have been following the two dogs' story trying to help. Both experts at tracking and capturing lost or homeless pets, there was only one thing standing in the way of the dogs’ rescue — finding a foster home.

Local rescues said that before they could take the dogs into their programs a foster home was needed to make sure the dogs didn't end up getting put to sleep.

According to the GoFundMe page created to raise the necessary funds to care for the dogs, after months of searching, a local couple has finally agreed to take in the pair temporarily as fosters. This means that rescuers are now hoping to cover any expenses that Deebo and Rex may have. Today, Krishnamurti and Sperrey are hoping that the dogs’ luck continues by asking for support from the local community.

To donate to Deebo and Rex’s ongoing care, click or tap here.

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