Help Give Willie Nelson Back his Voice
Despite being dehydrated, injured and tired, Willie Nelson is a survivor.
If not for two Good Samaritans, however, that might not have been his story.
You see, Willie Nelson spent more than 24 hours on the side of the interstate in Carson City — alone and afraid, watching the cars whisking by his tiny safe space.
As Kim and Jim drove past Carson Tahoe last week, they happened to spot a cat in the median. Because he wasn’t moving, the couple assumed he was dead.
As they traveled the same route the next day, they saw him again. This time, they noticed he WAS moving! Not only did Jim and Kim stop to help him, but they also brought him in the Carson City’s Nevada Humane Society.
What we’ve noticed about Willie Nelson so far is that he’s quite the talker! Despite his injuries, he still wants to let people know what’s up. If not for caring people like Jim and Kim, though, Willie Nelson wouldn’t be here. But, he still needs help! He’s now at our Carson City location, undergoing care and treatment for his injuries.
While they don’t appear to be life-threatening, any unexpected situation like Willie Nelson’s can strain shelter resources.