Friends & family...thank you for all the check-ins this week, it is a very scary time. And I never have been more proud to work at OHS, and right now, OHS needs your support. Every day this week at work has been "how can we help?" Here's a link to the OHS page https://www.oregonhumane.org/wildfire-2020/ so you can read all the ways we are assisting with the fires. For my Louisiana folks, we just received 44 pets from shelters in Louisiana. Most of the animals need spay/neuter surgery and several have extensive medical needs. Moving shelter pets out of the region opens up space and resources to help those directly affected by Hurricane Laura. We are also sending a team to Louisiana to help with the post hurricane recovery.
All this and we get no government funding. Please consider a small donation to help continue to do all the amazing work OHS does. Thank you!!We can all do better to help pets in need...I know!
You can help by donating to my Doggie Dash page!
You know how much I love animals. I signed up for Doggie Dash because the pets in our community need help! When I first started supporting OHS, I didn't realize just how much they did for pets.
Did you know that OHS never puts time limits on how long pets remain at their shelter? What really touches my heart is when two pets go to OHS and are best friends, they stay for as long as it takes to find a loving home together.
A lot of people don't know that OHS has an onsite hospital. OHS recently cared for a tiny Pomeranian who was found on the side of the road in a crate, completely skin and bones, and needing help. He is now a happy, healthy dog in a loving home.
And when it comes to helping abused or neglected pets, they have a whole Investigations team that seeks justice for these animals. OHS really does give a voice to the voiceless.
I'm hoping you'll join me in helping pets from all walks of life. Please donate now!
Thank you so much!