Today definitely had an impact on me. I grew up going to this shelter and I thought going back years later things would have changed a bit but sadly I was wrong. Most are still sleeping on concrete in these small cell like cages and it just broke my heart. Especially with the rain right now they were just soaked along with the one blanket they did have. Luckily I brought blankets, towels, cleaning supplies, toys, leashes, collars and more to help them out thanks to you guys donating and helping me follow my dreams. Seeing these dogs really makes me work harder on figuring out how to make a change for good. I know it's a huge dream and most people tell me I'm crazy but it just motivates me to push harder and save as many dogs as I can. It just amazes me that prisoners get better treatment than these innocent dogs. When I went in today I actually saw animal control in action bringing in a beautiful German Shepard found on the streets. What I learned today is most of these dogs in the shelters are given up by owners because they "didn't want to deal with them" or didn't like the color of the fur anymore. SERIOUSLY?! Just really irritates me that people are so ignorant. Like this poor guy Smokey. He was the sweetest dog I've ever met in a shelter just such a love bug trying to lick my face and rubbing up against the fence trying to love me. He was given up because the owners just no longer wanted him but they told the shelter he was a great dog so friendly they were just over it. For someone to give up such an amazing dog really just makes me sad. This is why I'm continuing this journey and doing everything I can to change this cycle and educate people. Dogs aren't toys you don't just return them because your done, they have feelings and they deserve loving forever homes. Just really wanted to thank you guys for the donations I've gotten because I was able to give them so many supplies and help these dogs today. Currently editing the video of the whole process and I'll have that up layer this week for my first YouTube video. I really appreciate all the support and this is just the start of a big long journey ahead.