Help Find Daisy Mae via Crowdrise
January 15, 2011
BENEFITING: HUMANE SOCIETY OF PARKERSBURG W VA
EVENT DATE: Jan 12, 2011
If 50 people give $10 each, we will already have enough to hire a Search and Rescue dog/handler for 20 hours!
Daisy Mae is a 7-year old German Shepherd mix who was lost on January 6 2011 near I-81 Exit 52 on Harrisburg Pike (Carlisle Pike).
We believe Daisy Mae is still in the Carlisle/Mechanicsburg area. This page was created to raise money to hire a Search and Rescue dog and handler, because time may be running out in the search for this poor girl. Your donation will also contribute to Daisy Mae's projected vet bills after she is found. Based on reports from local residents who believe they have seen Daisy Mae, we are confident she has survived until now, and we are hoping and praying that she continues to survive until we find her.
100% of the money raised will go to the Humane Society of Parkersburg, where Daisy Mae was a rescue dog. Maryann, the Director of HSOP, will use 1/2 to cover the cost of a Search and Rescue dog and handler. 1/2 will be reserved until she is found and will be used to cover anticipated vet bills- we believe she may have been injured when she fell 20 feet from a bridge as she was running away.
IF we are unable to find Daisy Mae, the money will go toward helping to locate other lost pets. All donations will be processed by the donation website and sent directly to Humane Society of Parkersburg. Donations are tax-deductible and HSOP will provide a receipt at your request.
Daisy Mae is a rescue dog who was being transported from Humane Society of Parkersburg, WV and was on her way to be added to the adoption list at St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center in NJ. She got loose from her kennel near I-81 Exit 52 in Carlisle, PA. We are hoping and praying she will have another chance to find her "forever home". The fact that Daisy May doesn't have someone who can say she is "their dog" makes our search all the more important: she is alone and scared out there, without anything to orient her or any sense of a home that she would try to find. Thank you for every prayer and offer of help.