BENEFITING: SANTA FE ANIMAL SHELTER
ORGANIZER: SANTA FE ANIMAL SHELTER
EVENT DATE: Sep 29, 2014
Hi my dear friends and family,
As I know that you are all big animal lovers and advocates, I'm making a plea to you to donate to help these innocent creatures. Give what you can. Together, we can transform the lives of 30 dogs in 30 days. The transformation that occurs in these fearful, panicked and shy dogs is astounding to watch. Playgroups and our loving, skilled and dedicated behavior team has turned these animals' lives around. As compassionate and responsible human beings we owe these dogs the chance at a happy, full life. To reverse all the negative and traumatizing experiences that others may have instilled in them requires a lot of valuable resources. Help us, help them re-gain the trust in humans! Please donate and spread the word to friends and family. THANK YOU!!
SANTA FE ANIMAL SHELTER wrote -
We're helping animals like Diego learn to trust again. Give to save lives and help 30 animals get the critical behavior training they need in order to find a loving home.
Have you ever encountered a fearful dog? A frightened dog who is trembling, with their tail tucked between their legs, looking up at you with panic in their eyes? No matter how gently you try to reassure them, it takes time for a fearful dog to learn to trust again. Because our resources for time and space are limited, the behavior staff has to choose who they think they can help the most in the shortest amount of time. Making that choice is not something we want to do. We want to save them all, and we know that you feel the same way.
In order to save more lives we need your help now. We are counting on you to help us save 30 lives in 30 days from September 29 - October 30. Our goal is to raise $500 per animal – a total of $15,000 – for this critical behavior care.
If you have ever encountered a frightened dog, you know how heartbreaking it is to see an animal who is afraid to trust. Please help us give these animals the chance they deserve to break free from fear and find their way back to our community. With your help, we can do it – and so can they.