Win a $10,000 donation and help keep a shelter's doors open!
Bo here with an exciting opportunity to earn some serious karma points by helping those who cannot speak for themselves. Everyone who enters this giveaway walks away a winner!
With an unemployment rate hovering at 9.1% and 1 out of 6 Americans living below the poverty level, those who still have money are understandably holding on to it. The ripple effects of less spending are felt not only by the retailers, the heroes who care for our homeless pets are also feeling the sting. These folks depend on our donations to keep their doors open.
How much does it cost to run a shelter? Of course the cost varies depending on the size of the shelter and the number of residents they care for but I can tell you some of the things they have to pay for:
- Vet bills
Want to give them a helping hand? Now's your chance! On November 1st, one lucky pet lover will win $10,000 to donate to their favorite rescue shelter! No joke!
To be entered in the November 1st drawing, all you need do is "pay it forward" by playing a part in helping the thousands of homeless pets in the U.S. find loving homes. It's absolutely free!
Not familiar with the iframe? This is DogTime’s national data feed of adoptable dogs and cats — the only list developed for and used by the ASPCA. It's completely free and super easy to install — requires a mere four lines of code. (We can walk you through the simple process, if needed.) Best of all, it does not drive traffic away from your site. It simply allows your readers, if they like, to browse adoptable dogs and/or cats.
You could be the reason some lucky pup or kitty trades in the confines of a cage for a life filled with love, attention, treats and a cozy, warm lap to curl up in. And the gratification you'll get from helping these innocent, voiceless souls is immeasurable.
I say go for it! I look forward to the day we no longer see those rescue commericals on TV, you know, the ones that show sad, lonely, homeless pets in cages. Man, those spots tear my heart out and bring tears to my eyes every time.