MHS NEEDS YOUR HELP!!!
Please support me as I walk in the Michigan Humane Society Mutt March at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores. (Details at bottom of page).
Anyone who knows me, knows I am and have always been a dog lover! I first adopted a dog from MHS in 2004! she was an amazing Beagle/Lab mix (you can check her out in my pics). She became our family dog and a loyal companian for my parents, brother, myself, and my little tea cup Chihuahua : ) We had her for 10, almost 11 wonderful years! She filled a place in my heart, and will forever be apart of me <3 Her name was Happy...and yes- she was happy all the time!! (I kept the name she was originally given by MHS).
Soon after her passing, I knew I could provide a wonderful home for a loving puppy that needed some TLC! In 2014, I adopted my second pup from MHS, you can also check her out in my pics! Her name is Pika. She is a Dalmation/Greyhound/Rottweiler/American Bulldog mix
MHS provides assistance to make sure dogs/cats/all animals are: healthy, have shelter, receive food & water, attain daily human contact, in some cases; recooperate, and ready the animals for adoption.
Pika was a bit timid and shy at first. Although, that changed very quickly! She is extraordinarly intelligent, loving, energetic, loyal, funny & the most gentle 62 lb dog! She also loves to give double High 5's!! Pika and Izzy have become the best of friends!
This critical fundraiser supports the many important MHS programs and services that benefit tens of thousands of animals each year.
PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY!
Please consider giving in support of my efforts to help homeless, injured and neglected animals in our community.
Every day, dozens of animals arrive at the doors of the Michigan Humane Society with nothing more than hope for a better future. The MHS Cruelty Investigation and Rescue team often finds animals locked up in foreclosed homes, or wandering the streets, scared and hungry. With the economy struggling, it is no question that when people suffer, animals can suffer. MHS is there to take these animals in, and provide them with food, shelter, medical care and love.
On average, it costs MHS $192 to transform the life of an animal in need. Although, with no state or federal funding, and no affiliation with any national humane organizations, it is solely the support of the community that keeps the organization going. Please, help me in supporting this critical work that helps homeless animals find warmth, comfort and unconditional love with a forever family.
THANK YOU, IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Any amount, $10 or $100, that you may be able to give will help tremendously - it all adds up! Or, come join me at the Mutt March to show your support for animals in need!
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I hope that this message somehow touched your heart, your soul! Maybe, brought back a cheerful memory you shared with a pet! I hope that anyone reading this will feel generous & donate! I hope I have enticed you to help a very positive and impactful cause. Perhaps you know what it is like to be a proud parent of a dog/pet!
ANY donation amount helps MHS provide services to help feed, care, and ready these animals for adoption. YOU CAN HELP THEM FIND THEIR FOREVER HOME!! : )
Michigan Humane Society
2017 MUTT MARCH
Sunday, June 4
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
Grosse Pointe Shores
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Registration/Check In (all walkers): 8 a.m.
The event starts at 8:00, but walkers can start the course any time before noon. A variety of course lengths of up to 2.5 miles are available. Water will be provided for both humans and animals. The annual springtime event offers a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere and a scenic stroll through the beautiful grounds of the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores.
All My Love & Gratitude <3