- Associated Press - Thursday, May 1, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - A Detroit-based dog rescue group has transformed a former veterinary clinic into a new boarding center.

Detroit Dog Rescue is dedicating the Calvin Cash Boarding Center on Thursday.

DDR executive director Daniel “Hush” Carlisle calls it “a great day and monumental step forward that we all at Detroit Dog Rescue have been waiting for.”

The rapper co-founded the nonprofit group in 2011.

Its mission is to round up stray dogs and find them homes. Carlisle says the goal is to not allow the dogs to die.

He says the opening of the boarding center is “a promise made” and “a promise delivered.”

It is named after the late Calvin Cash, one of Detroit Dog Rescue’s first staff members.




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