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Beginning in May 2008, Love Peace and Dye has donatd proceeds from our sales to the following animal organizations and charities :) Thanks for all your support and purchases that have made this possible :)

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Since May 2008, Love Peace and Dye has been donating proceeds from our sales to the following animal organizations and charities :) It is so important to me to take active steps towards making this world a better place, and every hemp cat or dog collar or toy purchase, makes these donations possible :) Thanks for all your support and purchases!!

http://peacefulprairie.org
http://www.wolfmountain.com/

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thoughts on animal care and concern

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Love Peace and Dye has recently joined the Etsy For Animals Group http;//www.etsyforanimals.com

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Love Peace and Dye has recently joined the Etsy For Animals Group http://www.etsyforanimals.com

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A huge part of what I consider "humanity" and "compassion" I feel also applies to the animals of this planet. All the animals that are either displaced due to our own over population or stray or hurt due to our own inability to monitor and responsibly maintain pets ARE our responsibility.

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A huge part of what I consider "humanity" and "compassion" I feel also applies to the animals of this planet. All the animals that are either displaced due to our own over population or stray or hurt due to our own inability to monitor and responsibly maintain pets ARE our responsibility. This page encompasses two large issues

Animal Cruelty in the Meat and Pet Industry
Animal Shelters and Pet Support Groups and Information

I feel both are very important issues that we all need to work hand in hand to resolve.

Love Peace and Dye has recently joined the Etsy For Animals Group http;//www.etsyforanimals.com
This is a group of crafters who donate monthly to an animal charity as a group :) Love Peace and Dye will be donating through this group to their monthly charities, as well as supporting other small shelters in pennsylvania, as well as other places our travels take us :)
The EFA Blog~
http://etsyforanimals.blogspot.com
Join us on Flickr~
http://www.flickr.com/groups/efa/

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Love Peace and Dye's Donations

Beginning in May 2008, Love Peace and Dye has donatd proceeds from our sales to the following animal organizations and charities :) Thanks for all your support and purchases that have made this possible :)

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Wisconsin Page

And some helpful Information for animal owners that hit hard times financially--The Kitties dont have to suffer!!

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Animal Groups and Organizations

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And Aside from the Pet industry, the Meat industry is another injustice to animals. This site will explain it all for you...http://www.atourhands.com

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The Foundations of a Movement 2005:

An Animal Rights Conference
If you have not already registered, please do so now. Don't get left out of this year's most interesting animal rights conference.
Join Friends of Animals, during the weekend of 9-10 July in New York City, where we'll get together to enjoy a Raw Food Demonstration from local New York chefs, and also get down to business addressing some of the most pressing matters in animal advocacy. We'll bring the dairy business into focus; we'll be talking about desperation and intimidation in animal advocacy, and getting beyond them. We'll discuss the questions arising in animal advocacy since the rise of anti-terror legislation. We'll introduce a new vegan cookbook, Dining with Friends. We'll be talking with lawyers, authors, and advocates for progressive ideas.

When
Saturday, July 9, 8:30am-5pm
Sunday, July 10, 8:30am-4:30pm

Where
American Management Association Conference Center
1601 Broadway at 48th StreetNew York, NY 10019 (map)

Cost
$75 for both days, Saturday & Sunday/paid in advance
$50 for Saturday only/$35 for Sunday only
$20 Student Rate for both days, Saturday & Sunday - with valid student ID
Panels and Speakers on:
Activism
Mainstreamer or innovator? Strategies of and for the next generation.
Welfare and authority: The rise of intimidation tactics in animal protectionism.
Public education through the Internet.
Current legal issues of interest to activists.
When good legislation goes bad: The high cost of false victory.

Feminism, Ecology, and Untangling the Threads of Domination
Treading lightly on the earth.
Heterosexism, the concept of male violence, and hunting.
Conservation and canned hunts.
Animal rights vs. the dairy business.
Of Mice and Men: Catharine MacKinnonís Feminist Fragment on Animal Rights.
Rescue and respect: Are they compatible?

Diet
Cuisine for liberation.
The pure vegetarian diet: Current knowledge about health and healing
A raw food demonstration.

Latest Confirmed Speakers Include:
Mark Potok
Editor, Intelligence Report, The Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL

Vicky Crosetti
Executive Director, Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley, Knoxville, TN

Christine Dorchak
Vice President, GREY2K USA

Priscilla Feral
President, Friends of Animals

Peter Galvin
Conservation Director, Center for Biological Diversity

Lee Hall
Legal Director, Friends of Animals

Daniel Hammer
Staff Writer, Friends of Animals

A. R. Hogan
Science Journalist

Loren Lockman
Founder and Director of the Tanglewood Wellness Center, Frederick, MD

Brian Luke
Ecofeminist author

Brad Miller
National Director, The Humane Farming Association

Nathan Searles
Web Manager, Friends of Animals

Jay Tutchton
Environmental Law Clinical Partnership, University of Denver, College of Law

Mickey Z
Activist and author; columnist for Veg News

And more to be announced...

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And some helpful Information for animal owners that hit hard times financially--The Kitties dont have to suffer!!

In Memory of Magic (IMOM) is dedicated to insuring that no companion
animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is
financially challenged.
http://www.imom.org
IMOM, Inc
PO Box 282
Cheltenham, MD 20623
Phone (866)-230-2164 Fax (301)-599-1852

United Animal Nations established the LifeLine fund in 1997 to aid
companion animals in times of life-threatening emergencies when their
caregivers, with low or no incomes, are unable to afford the entire
cost
of treatment.
http://uan.org/lifeline/index.html
United Animal Nations

P.O. Box 188890
Sacramento, California 95818

Telephone: (916) 429 2457 fax: (916) 429 2456

Help-A-Pet is a nonprofit organization which provides financial
assistance for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to
afford the expense
http://www.help-a-pet.org/home.html
Help-A-Pet
P. O. Box 244
Hinsdale, Illinois 60521
telephone: (630) 986-9504 fax: (630) 986-9141

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Programs provides financial
assistance for emergency medical care for cats.
http://www.fveap.org/sys-tmpl/door/
FVEAP
1641 Elizabeth Lane
Yuba City, CA 95993
Fax: 888-301-4264

Massachusetts
The Nantucket MSPCA offers a number of subsidy programs that provide
financial assistance to pet owners.
http://www.mspca.org/site/pp.asp?c=gtIUK4OSG&b=127232

Special Needs cats

Cats in Crisis: http://www.catsincrisis.org/crisisFund.html

IMOM Chronic Renal Failure (CRF) Kitties Fund
http://www.imom.org/funds/crf.htm

Cats in Crisis Mesa Fund http://www.catsincrisis.org/mesaFund.html

Cats - Heart and Thyroid

Cats in Crisis Stripes Fund
http://www.catsincrisis.org/stripesFund.html

Cats Ė Neurological conditions and mobility impairments

Cats in Crisis Gillie Fund http://www.catsincrisis.org/gillieFund.html

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Rescue the Rez Dogs

From http://www.SNAPUS.ORG %%
Attend the "Rescue the Rez Dogs" Event in Santa Fe, NM
Francie Willis invites you to join her at her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico for the "Rescue the Rez Dogs" event.

Date: Friday April 22, 2005
Reception: 7-10 p.m.

Buffet, beverages, and entertainment included.

Host Committee:

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. John Midyette
Ms. Carmen Roca
Ms. Kate Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Salas
Mr. and Mrs. John Humphrey
Ms. Karen Winston

All proceeds benefit SNAP's Native American Project to prevent homeless dogs and cats.

The Foundations of a Movement

Friends of Animals 2005 Animal Rights Conference
Join Friends of Animals, during the weekend of 9-10 July in New York City, where we'll get together to enjoy a Raw Food Demonstration from local New York chefs, and also get down to business addressing some of the most pressing matters in animal advocacy. We'll bring the dairy business into focus; we'll be talking about desperation and intimidation in animal advocacy, and getting beyond them. We'll discuss the questions arising in animal advocacy since the rise of anti-terror legislation. We'll introduce a new vegan cookbook, Dining with Friends. We'll be talking with lawyers, authors, and advocates for progressive ideas.

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The Foundations of a Movement 2005:

An Animal Rights Conference
If you have not already registered, please do so now. Don't get left out of this year's most interesting animal rights conference.
Join Friends of Animals, during the weekend of 9-10 July in New York City, where we'll get together to enjoy a Raw Food Demonstration from local New York chefs, and also get down to business addressing some of the most pressing matters in animal advocacy. We'll bring the dairy business into focus; we'll be talking about desperation and intimidation in animal advocacy, and getting beyond them. We'll discuss the questions arising in animal advocacy since the rise of anti-terror legislation. We'll introduce a new vegan cookbook, Dining with Friends. We'll be talking with lawyers, authors, and advocates for progressive ideas.

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1601 Broadway at 48th StreetNew York, NY 10019(map)

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$20 for Students for both days (with valid school ID)

For more information:
https://friendsofanimals.org/the-foundations-of-a-movement/registration.html %%

The National Feral Cat Summit

2005 - Oct. 15, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA

http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/ %%

Neighborhood Cats in partnership with
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
In Defense of Animals (IDA)
Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals
&
Alliance for Philadelphia's Animals
present
The National Feral Cat Summit 2005

Sponsors
PETsMART Charities
PETCO Foundation
Nutro

Date: Sat. Oct.15th, 2005, 9am - 6pm
Location: Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza
17th & Race Streets
(215) 448-2000 or (800) WYNDHAM

Tickets: $40. Price increases to $50 after Sept 1st. Includes admission to all presentations, workshops and a hot vegan lunch. (Note: phone & web orders have an additional service charge of $5.)

To purchase by Phone: Ticket Web: (866) 468-7619
To purchase by Web: Ticket Web

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$20 Student Rate for both days, Saturday & Sunday - with valid student ID
Panels and Speakers on:
Activism
Mainstreamer or innovator? Strategies of and for the next generation.
Welfare and authority: The rise of intimidation tactics in animal protectionism.
Public education through the Internet.
Current legal issues of interest to activists.
When good legislation goes bad: The high cost of false victory.

Feminism, Ecology, and Untangling the Threads of Domination
Treading lightly on the earth.
Heterosexism, the concept of male violence, and hunting.
Conservation and canned hunts.
Animal rights vs. the dairy business.
Of Mice and Men: Catharine MacKinnonís Feminist Fragment on Animal Rights.
Rescue and respect: Are they compatible?

Diet
Cuisine for liberation.
The pure vegetarian diet: Current knowledge about health and healing
A raw food demonstration.

Latest Confirmed Speakers Include:
Mark Potok
Editor, Intelligence Report, The Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL

Vicky Crosetti
Executive Director, Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley, Knoxville, TN

Christine Dorchak
Vice President, GREY2K USA

Priscilla Feral
President, Friends of Animals

Peter Galvin
Conservation Director, Center for Biological Diversity

Lee Hall
Legal Director, Friends of Animals

Daniel Hammer
Staff Writer, Friends of Animals

A. R. Hogan
Science Journalist

Loren Lockman
Founder and Director of the Tanglewood Wellness Center, Frederick, MD

Brian Luke
Ecofeminist author

Brad Miller
National Director, The Humane Farming Association

Nathan Searles
Web Manager, Friends of Animals

Jay Tutchton
Environmental Law Clinical Partnership, University of Denver, College of Law

Mickey Z
Activist and author; columnist for Veg News

And more to be announced...

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Informative Links!!

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Informative Links!!

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Informative Links!!

  • Here are some of the key sites for Iams Cruelty information (there are more however):
http://www.iamscruelty.com/ %%
  • Companies that DO NOT test their dog food on animals:
http://www.iamscruelty.com/notTested.asp %%
  • For a Free Pocket Guide to companies that DO NOT test their products on animals:
http://www.caringconsumer.com/guide.asp %%

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Animal Support

A new Pagan egroup has been created as a support network for anyone who has
lost a beloved animal companion. If your animal companion has transitioned
or been lost, this is a wonderful place to find comfort, share photos, and
discuss issues pertinent to Pagans, such as the afterlife, Pagan funeral
rites, and working with our companions after they have transitioned, and all
from a the many various Pagan perspectives. There are many wonderful online
resources for pet loss, but most cater to a Christian perspective where
grieving Pagans have difficulty discussing issues particular to our beliefs.
This can be very trying for Pagans during such a difficult time, when all we
need is a non-judgmental shoulder to cry on or the advice of other Pagans
who have gone through just such a difficult time.

Please pass this information on to anyone or any group where there might be
someone who could benefit from this type of support.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Pagan_Pet_Loss/ %%

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ShelterForShelters
ChristieJoubert~Founder
Helping Animal Shelters In Need
http://www.shelterforshelters.com
http://www.iGive.com/ShelterForShelters.com

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  • All Types of Animal Groups from Mice to Horses***
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All Types of Animal Groups from Mice to Horses

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ShelterForShelters
ChristieJoubert~Founder
Helping Animal Shelters In Need
www.shelterforshelters.com
www.iGive.com/ShelterForShelters.com

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On this Page:

Shelter for Shelters
Monthly CatWalk NewsLetter
Animal Events
Wisconsin Page

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Shelter For Shelters

www.shelterforshelters.com

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Shelter For Shelters

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ShelterSwap Forum

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ShelterSwap Forum

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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ShelterSwap/ %%

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Animal Events

From http://www.SNAPUS.ORG %%
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Animal Events

Rescue the Rez Dogs

From http://www.SNAPUS.ORG %%
Attend the "Rescue the Rez Dogs" Event in Santa Fe, NM

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'''The Foundations of a Movement:
Friends of Animals 2005 Animal Rights Conference'''

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The Foundations of a Movement

Friends of Animals 2005 Animal Rights Conference

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https://friendsofanimals.org/the-foundations-of-a-movement/registration.html %%

The National Feral Cat Summit 2005 - Oct. 15, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA

http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/ %%

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https://friendsofanimals.org/the-foundations-of-a-movement/registration.html %%

The National Feral Cat Summit

2005 - Oct. 15, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA

http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/ %%

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The National Feral Cat Summit 2005

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Please take action in your own community to help shelters who are working "for the better good, which is good and it is best", to help animals live a better life INSPITE of us.

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Please take action in your own community to help shelters who are working "for the better good, which is good at it's best", to help animals live a better life INSPITE of us.

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On this Page:

Shelter for Shelters
Monthly CatWalk NewsLetter
Animal Events
Wisconsin Page

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From http://www.SNAPUS.ORG %%
Attend the "Rescue the Rez Dogs" Event in Santa Fe, NM
Francie Willis invites you to join her at her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico for the "Rescue the Rez Dogs" event.

Date: Friday April 22, 2005
Reception: 7-10 p.m.

Buffet, beverages, and entertainment included.

Host Committee:

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. John Midyette
Ms. Carmen Roca
Ms. Kate Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Salas
Mr. and Mrs. John Humphrey
Ms. Karen Winston

All proceeds benefit SNAP's Native American Project to prevent homeless dogs and cats.

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http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/ %%

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To purchase by Mail: Send check or money order for $40

                                 with registration form below to: 
             Neighborhood Cats, Inc.
             2565 Broadway, No. 555 
             New York, NY 10025

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The National Feral Cat Summit 2005 - Oct. 15, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA

http://www.neighborhoodcats.org/

Neighborhood Cats in partnership with
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
In Defense of Animals (IDA)
Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals
&
Alliance for Philadelphia's Animals
present
The National Feral Cat Summit 2005

Sponsors
PETsMART Charities
PETCO Foundation
Nutro

Date: Sat. Oct.15th, 2005, 9am - 6pm
Location: Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza
17th & Race Streets
(215) 448-2000 or (800) WYNDHAM

Tickets: $40. Price increases to $50 after Sept 1st. Includes admission to all presentations, workshops and a hot vegan lunch. (Note: phone & web orders have an additional service charge of $5.)

To purchase by Phone: Ticket Web: (866) 468-7619
To purchase by Web: Ticket Web
To purchase by Mail: Send check or money order for $40

                                 with registration form below to: 
             Neighborhood Cats, Inc.
             2565 Broadway, No. 555 
             New York, NY 10025

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Shelter For Shelters

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 Shelter For Shelters
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This Month's Catwalk
CatsWalk by Dr. Jean Hofve & Jackson Galaxy
Amazing information to anyone with a Kitty at home!

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Animal Events

'''The Foundations of a Movement:
Friends of Animals 2005 Animal Rights Conference'''
Join Friends of Animals, during the weekend of 9-10 July in New York City, where we'll get together to enjoy a Raw Food Demonstration from local New York chefs, and also get down to business addressing some of the most pressing matters in animal advocacy. We'll bring the dairy business into focus; we'll be talking about desperation and intimidation in animal advocacy, and getting beyond them. We'll discuss the questions arising in animal advocacy since the rise of anti-terror legislation. We'll introduce a new vegan cookbook, Dining with Friends. We'll be talking with lawyers, authors, and advocates for progressive ideas.

When
Saturday, July 9, 8:30am-5pm
Sunday, July 10, 8:30am-4:30pm
Where
American Management Association Conference Center
1601 Broadway at 48th StreetNew York, NY 10019(map)
Cost
$75 for both days, Saturday & Sunday/paid in advance
$50 for Saturday only/$35 for Sunday only
$20 for Students for both days (with valid school ID)

For more information:
https://friendsofanimals.org/the-foundations-of-a-movement/registration.html %%

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www.shelterforshelters.com

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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ShelterSwap/ %%

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www.shelterforshelters.com
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www.shelterforshelters.com
www.iGive.com/ShelterForShelters.com

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Wisconsin Page

Local Animal Efforts
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Wisconsin Page

Local Animal Efforts
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A huge part of what I consider "humanity" and "compassion" I feel also applies to the animals of this planet. All the animals that are either displaced due to our own over population or stray or hurt due to our own inability to monitor and responsibly maintain pets ARE our responsibility.
Please take action in your own community to help shelters who are working "for the better good, which is good and it is best", to help animals live a better life INSPITE of us.

Shelter For Shelters

www.shelterforshelters.com

My soon to be sister in-law living in Rhode Island is doing more than her share of the work to save all kinds of crazy critters in need of our love. Please check her out!

ShelterSwap Forum
Need Cat Litter Not Dog Bones???
Too Much Dog Food for a Cat Shelter???
Rabbit Doesn't Have Much Use For A Saddle???

  • All Types of Animal Groups from Mice to Horses***

Then JOIN Here!!!
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ShelterSwap/

Make sure to add your NAME, CITY/STATE, and which SHELTER/RESCUE/SANCTUARY you are with on your profile.

ShelterForShelters
ChristieJoubert~Founder
Helping Animal Shelters In Need
www.shelterforshelters.com
www.iGive.com/ShelterForShelters.com

SE Wisconsin Cat Association

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