SEE THE DIFFERENCE WE’VE BEEN ABLE TO DO IN THE LAST 3 YEARS!
WE HAVE DONATED SO FAR $12,650 SINCE JANUARY OF 2024!!
It’s because of our subscribers that we’re able to give back to rescues and shelters around the nation.
February $ DONATED
P.A.W.S Tinley Park
This month it was more than just Hippo the dog that needed us, but the shelter desparately needed our help too. Wednesday, January 17th around 6:30 a fire broke out in our laundry room. Our volunteers called the Tinley Park fire department, who quickly came out to control the situation.
JAnuary $ DONATED
December $352 DONATED
Brown Dog Foundation
Brown Dog Foundation was founded in memory of an amazing dog named “Chocolate Chip.” His story embodies the reason we exist. Chip’s first family surrendered him because they couldn’t afford the surgery to remove a Mast Cell Tumor. Chip was diagnosed with Lymphosarcoma just 45 days after his second owner lost her job unexpectedly. Once again, Chip’s fate would depend on whether or not his owner could afford life-saving medical treatment.
November $288 DONATED
Vanderpump Dog Foundation
With grassroots campaigns like low-cost spay/neuter days for rescue pet owners in Los Angeles, to global health studies with the World Health Organization to ban the consumption of dog meat, The Vanderpump Dog Foundation has a multifaceted approach to creating a better world for man’s best friend.
October $265 DONATED
Maui Humane Society
The Maui Humane Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was first established as a non-profit in 1953, incorporated in 1962 and is the only open admission animal shelter on the island of Maui. Our mission is “to protect and save the lives of Maui’s animals, accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals”.
September $300 DONATED
The Egyptian Society for Mercy to Animals (ESMA) is a registered Egyptian NGO (No. 3059/2007) formed in late 2007. ESMA actively works to improve animal welfare in Egypt for all animals, including street dogs and cats, working animals such as donkeys, horses and camels, wildlife, animals in the Cairo zoo, those sold in pet shops and live animal markets, and all animals slaughtered for food.