The Oregon Humane Society is the only reason that Burt Usher ever found a life outside of a filthy box. No daylight, very little food and water, neglected and unloved. That's how Burt Usher spent the first four years of his life. But thanks to the efforts of the Oregon Humane Society, Burt Usher and more than 100 animals were rescued and now their lives are filled with LOVE. Please help us raise money for the Oregon Humane Society so they can continue helping other animals in need.
I’m taking part in the Oregon Humane Society’s Doggie Dash on May 13, and I need your help. OHS rescues pets that are neglected and abused, sometimes with serious medical issues. They heal them and then find them homes with loving families. But they need our help to do this. They feed and care for more than 11,000 animals each year without any tax dollars.
Please, donate to the animals on my behalf. Just click on a Donate button on this page, and think of your own pet!
Thanks so much!
About the Oregon Humane Society: OHS is the largest and oldest humane society in the Northwest. Last year, OHS found homes for more than 11,600 pets, investigated more than 1,000 reports of animal cruelty, and reached 14,000 people through its humane education programs.