My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for A Forever-Home Rescue Foundation, Inc., Chantilly, VA, USA
Forever Rescue is a criminal non profit involved in theft of dogs. They stole my dog and refused to return him to me after being appraised by the microchip company that the dog belonged to me. They engaged in defamation by fabricating false allegations of neglect and abuse to justify the kidnapping. And they conspired with Milo Rescue to keep this dog away from the lawful owner despite being warned they will be sued.
The matter is currently being investigated by law enforcement and a large San Francisco law firm. The dog, named Buddy, was stolen from a disabled veteran, injured in the middle east and unable to walk without assistance. Forever Thieves ignored the sales information from the microchip company and allowed the dog to be transferred to the home of a friend from sister non-profit, Milo, in violation of State law.
False claims of abuse and neglect were contrived in an attempt to circumvent compliance with State laws. The disabled veteran informed Forever Thieves that his pet has a medical condition which temporarily causes him to lose his bearings and become disoriented.
This condition was caused by abusive treatment and neglect at sister Rescue ("Thieves at Milo"); where Buddy was kept in a small metal cage for about 3 months. The cage was so small he could not stand up all the way (approximately 2 feet high and 3' X3' wide. The dog is not being kept at the Rescue as required by State laws to ascertain true ownership and alert authorities to investigate any abusive and neglectful conduct. Instead, it was taken to the home of the Director thief of the Milo Rescue, who wants the dog as her own.
Buddy was labeled as "uncontrollable" at Milo, and "Do not take off-leash", because you will never see him again." Milo was preparing to send Buddy to a sanctuary for un-adoptable dogs, when the Veteran saw something in him and took him home.
After 2 and-a-half months of intensive training and love, Buddy successfully transitioned from a wild animal to a loveable family pet -- prompting the theft. Prior to the training Buddy was there, at Milo, for the taking. Anyone, including the thieves, could have taken him for free, without paying anything. Nobody would take him, however, because of the amount of work and attention Buddy required. The thieves were aware of Buddy's disorder and problems ("uncontrollable"), but later used that as the pretext for circumventing State law and stealing him. He is at the Director's house, not at Milo. He is an exceptional animal, beautiful, intelligent, fiercely loyal and a very loving pet who will wrap his arms around you and kiss you. He is good with children, seniors, other pets, including cats and is a super athlete (Australian Cattle Dog -- Blue Heeler, and Border Collie). He needs a lot of attention but the rewards are great.
Forever Thieves should loose their non-profit status, and be forever barred from trading animals. Do not deal with them, you may loose your pet and your sweat and tears, and money.