Will you be part of the 1,200?
September 21, 2012
Ava, Casper, Jinxie, Peaches, Scotch and many more animals are with new families today – families that are committed to making them an important part of their lives for many years to come.
This is a monumental week for the Marin Humane Society (MHS). We have reached the halfway mark in the national ASPCA $100K Rachael Ray Challenge and we happen to have reached halfway to our goal of 1,200 animal lives saved!
The Challenge began on August 1 and runs until midnight on October 31. MHS is one of only 50 animal organizations throughout the United States working hard, and perhaps a bit differently, to save more animals lives during this three month period, compared to our numbers from August through October 2011.
Our goal is the combined number of animals adopted and the number of lost pets we reunite back to their Guardians. The MHS mission, improving the lives of animals and people through education, advocacy and support, is being carried out every day on our campus in Novato. The $100K Challenge is helping us to spread the word even more about our programs and animals in need of new homes.
So many tail wags and purrs to everyone who has helped us reach the halfway mark! Your help is still needed especially until the end of the Challenge (10/31). Please let your family, friends, co-workers or club members know that we aim to continue adopting more of our animals into more homes. After all, we still have Tumbleweed (an adult orange tabby), Dino (a cool domestic short hair) and Hershey (a sweet Chihuahua) – just to name a few long time residents at MHS. On behalf of the animals,
Nancy McKenney, MNPL, CAWA
Check out Tumbleweed, Dino, Hershey Kiss and all of our adoptable animals online or call the Adoption Center at 415.506.6225 for more information.