2015 Spring Campaign
At Second Chance Pet Adoptions, this season brings us many homeless animals needing our help. In 2014, we celebrated a 41% increase in the number of animals who were adopted into forever homes. This could only happen with the love and generosity of supporters like you. In 2015, our goal is to give even more animals in our community a chance at better lives. But we desperately need your help to ensure that we can provide the shelter, food, and medical care they will need.
Some of these animals come to us needing immediate help and some we find require significant assistance after they have been admitted to our program. In fact, 20-30% of the animals in our care have medical needs above and beyond the core vaccines and general treatment that we provide. Although these animals may need specialized medical care (including surgery in some cases) or behavioral training, they are treatable and have the ability to live long and happy lives.
These are just two of the many dogs and cats who come through our doors. This spring, in order to save more animals, including those like Tinkerbell and Jack, we are doing a special appeal to raise $10,000 for medical costs. Thanks to a $2500 grant from the Bernice Barbour Foundation towards this appeal, we have a great head start!
Won’t you take a moment to give the gift of life? If you haven’t yet given to Second Chance, your contribution does make a difference! If you have in the past, know that we are very grateful for your continued support. Please help us help as many dogs and cats as possible get a second chance.
Together, we can work towards the day when all healthy or treatable animals in our community have a home. Help us reach new heights in 2015!
Thank you on behalf of all the animals,
President: Board of Directors
Second Chance Pet Adoptions
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