‘Dogs don’t even need to be in a shelter, they just need to do things.’
This boy will warm your soul and heart.
Everybody has their own dream and mission, to pursue and complete in life. But, very few of us are aware of that at the age of four!
However, at this very young age, Roman McConn started to rescue animals, with the help of his mom Jennifer. At his fourth birthday he didn’t want any presents for him, he asked his family and friends to simply donate to a Texas -- based animal rescue.
And three years later, this very big hero has saved more than 40 cats and 1,300 dogs!
Young Roman is trying to help these animals which are in need, and also the ones that are enlisted for euthanasia in the animal shelters.
His mom recorded a video each time he played with a homeless cat or dog, and then posted every video on their own Facebook page, in order to help them get adopted.
The staff from the shelter claim that Roman is the real-life dog whisperer, because before he plays with them he talks to them, and reveal their personalities.
Roman is completely dedicated to improve the animal welfare and he says that, ‘dogs don’t need to be in animal shelters, they need to do things.’
He likewise volunteers with Project Freedom Ride, a migration arrange network established by his mom, with an objective to interface helpless dogs and cats in Texas and Georgia with families in the Pacific Northwest.
After a thorough vetting procedure and reference checks, pooches can be embraced straightforwardly from Texas, or a portion of their getting accomplices.
His mom reported:
We regularly are inquired as to whether we are a salvage or a vehicle organization and we are really not one or the other. The main way I can portray Project Freedom Ride is we are a “network.” We have become naturally which is the thing that we love. We accept individuals perceive the affection, empathy, and difficult work of our “gathering” and need to get behind our motivation.
The affection for the caring kid for undesirable animals has warmed numerous hearts. Jennifer claims that at whatever point he discovers that one of these animals has discovered a changeless home, he lights up like a Christmas tree.
In 2018, he was named Kid of the Year by the ASPCA, ‘for his empathy for powerless animals and his promise to supporting for them well past his years.’
I believe it’s significant for the dogs I meet that I give them the most obvious opportunity at finding the correct home that they need. I figure a ton of different children ought to do what I’m doing.
The videos from roman playing with the animals from the shelters went viral, and he was also a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. He has then received $20,000, which he donated to Project Freedom Ride.
Roman also tends to host a global show and has partnership with The DoDo, in order to help them make some videos!