Save A Sato is a non-profit organization dedicated to easing the suffering of Puerto Rico's homeless and abused animals. "Sato" is slang for street dog. We rescue Satos from the streets and beaches, give them medical care, food and shelter, and plenty of love. When they are healthy, we send them to one of our shelter partners for adoption into loving homes.
adopted Saba from the Northeast Animal Shelter outside of Boston through
your program five years ago and have been doating on her ever since. We
lived in Colorado for four years where we hiked all over the Rocky
Mountains and moved to Bend, Oregon in April this year. In May, my
boyfriend and I adopted a second sato through your program, named Obama
who we renamed Ogre.
The two of them absolutely adore each other and
have become very close.
We spent weekends this summer backpacking
through the Cascades and running on all the trails in the area, it's
been so wonderful. Ogre has grown into his own and has become a huge
cuddler and generally sleeps between on in the pillows with Saba wrapped
up around our legs - we actually had to purchase a bigger bed this
summer because we couldn't all fit! I've stayed in contact with Vivian
and Jessica through facebook, but I would love to have the opportunity
to reach out to Nilsa Ramos and let her know how Saba is doing and that
she now has a little brother if possible. If you could connect us that
would be amazing. I've attached the paperwork with a photo in case that
helps in addition to several photos of the dogs enjoying the woods.
Thank you for the opportunity to adopt two amazing dogs - we adore them.