I have followed Rescue Ink. and Eric Bellows of what is now Pack Ethic for some time. I applaud the dedication that Eric has shown in his effort to rescue dogs from intolerable living conditions. He has through his private home based organization opened his abode to dogs that would not have otherwise been given a chance to live any sort of life. Today I found this post on my Facebook page: "Quick update for those of you who have been following my health issues. I suffered a fall a couple of weeks back and gave myself another concussion, 13 total throughout my life… and am now diagnosed with Post Concussion Syndrome and since I have so many medical issues going on they also have diagnosed me with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and I am up to 11 specialist and lots of meds. I have to wait for any back and neck surgeries until my heart stents are well in place so no fast fixes for me. The dogs continue to keep me going and the Dr’s have all agreed that they are a big part in keeping me going and keeping my mind off of myself. Without them I do not think I could have faith since every other week it is a new Dr and a new diagnoses of another problem. I have lived a very reckless life style and it is all catching up to me at once. I guess the saying good guys always finish last is very true lol.. We will do what we can for as long as we can. The toughest thing for us right now is getting by without me being able to work and train so we have lost a lot, but have fought to keep this sanctuary we have built for the animals and we will continue to do so for as long as we can. Pack Ethic Rescue Inc. will continue to do what we can and we have gotten so much help from our human pack and all of you supporters. Without this help we would have had to close our door awhile ago. Thank you all for the support and prayers" It seems that Eric has a full plate with his health issues. I wonder if he is up to the task of continuing to care for all of the animals in his charge. I have no doubt that he has the desire to continue to be a steward to his cause. I'm just concerned for him and the dogs in his charge. What if the unmentionable happens? What will become of his rescues? Given his dire financial situation, where on the list of what is important in life are his dogs? I am disturbed by this development.