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Animal Rescue, Free Food: Repost



The following is a repost from December 15th, 2008. I’ve had a lot of comment on this post from friends and wanted to bring it to everyones attention again:

I must admit to not being a feline person yet I have three very special cats that I wouldn’t trade for anything.

All three have been cats rescued from the wild.

Snowball, all white, was born 17 years ago right here on the property in a backyard shed that her “mom” chose to bring four little kittens into the world.

Moses, our Sylvester look alike, was “dumped off” by someone when he was a young kitten. Found him 11 years ago in our rose garden by the St. Francis statue, tired and nearly half dead.

Lastly Teatro, our bright orange 11 year old male, was born wild in the old Warren Robins Theater and use to hang out as a kitten on the patio of our business. He was always banged up from his fighting with others much bigger than himself, so we took him in.

And this weekend we added our newest member, Shadow, an 8 week old, blue eyed, silver Siberian Husky.

The reason for this post is because I have become aware the Animal Rescue Site is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily to meet their quota of getting free food donated every day to abused and neglected animals.

It takes less than a minute (how about 20 seconds) to go to their site, click the purple box “Fund Food For Animals For Free” and it doesn’t cost a thing because the corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for the advertising.

I feel this is a marvelous way to give a “Gift” for little time, no cost and a big dividend…plus it will make you feel good too.

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  1. 04/02/2009 4:48 pm

    First, thank you for reminding me to click on The Hunger Site. Monday afternoon, a compassionate veterinarian, first rendered Penny, one of my two cats unconscious with an injection, than injected a substance into a vein from which whe would never awake. I’ve been negligent since then about several things. I’m finding this to be true: the older one gets, the more difficult it becomes to be practical. Before, I would have searched almost immediatly for a kitten who needed a home, love and care to take the place of a lost pet-friend, but no more I still have Musette and Scamp my Shih Tzu, who thinks he owns me.

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