Today I work to make up for all the days I’ve taken off recently…
HERE WE GO!
MIchael Johnson gifted us with his newest book, “The Story of Blue, A Rope Horse” to benefit the Keep Them off of the Truck Bucket Fund! Isn’t that wonderful?! I read an advanced copy and smiled the entire way though (the story is mostly told through the horse’s point of view, which I loved).
This is one of those books that you’re sad when it ends…
The book retails for $29.99, but if you purchase here, FREE SHIPPING!
NEW BUTTON. DIFFERENT FUND. LET’S DO THIS!
FUND TOTAL AS OF TODAY: $1020 (Thank you!)
I’m no genius. Just an average girl who has a passion to save horses in need. This is my idea going forward. If we have a constant fund going daily… we will have funds to give to those on the ground who are saving these horses in real time at the killing auctions.
Horse and Man Foundation, Inc has a new Fund button. KEEP THEM OFF THE TRUCK FUND. This fund will go on all day, all the time. It will always be here. If you want to save a horse from slaughter, you know we will do that here.
All donations are 100% tax deductible!
I am trying to track it down… it is a great idea and I hope all PAWS take note. (I didn’t know that there were more than one PAws as well…)
Dawn – would it be possible for you to provide information about which PAWS you featured here? There are actually a lot of animal rescue groups using the acronym. I did try Mister Google for permanent foster and assorted similar search items but did not locate anything similar to the featured post. I volunteer with several senior groups and this would be the perfect solution for at least two individuals I personally know who would provide stellar care for a senior dog, cat – or even bird! – but it seems few can afford the spectacularly high cost of veterinary care when that veterinary care becomes emergency or extraordinary care. I just emptied my emergency savings reserve to pay for my dog’s splenectomy and I’m fortunate to be able to afford that without landing in poverty, without going into debt, or without the worst happening having to euthanize because of lack of funds. Grant money for pet care is very scarce and those loans that are pamphleted about in every vet’s lobby are not always as advertised. The permanent foster of a senior pet with a qualified senior would be fabulous for the folks I know. Thank you if you are able to locate the source of the post. Private email is fine.