National Feed a Rescue Pet Week: Feed 4 Million Homeless Pets! #animalrescue
National Feed a Rescue Pet Week: Feed 4 Million Homeless Pets! | The Animal Rescue SiteJuly 22nd - 28th is National Feed a Rescue Pet Week! 0 Meals To Go! One of the biggest expenses for shelters and rescue groups is feeding animals in their care. For many rescues, after food costs, they have little or nothing left in their budget for medical treatment, vaccines, or other adoption programs. That's where GreaterGood.org's Rescue Bank program comes in — we ship donated food to rescue groups around the country to make sure their animals are fed, and that they have extra money in their budget to help pets in desperate need — pets like Lieutenant Dan (pictured here). When Lieutenant Dan was found, his back legs were wrapped in barbed wire, causing his legs to be necrotic and infected. But even with his pain and immobility, he was resilient and loving on all of the people around him. His legs had to be amputated, and he is waiting to receive his prosthetics specifically made for him. Without special treatment, he wouldn't be able to live a normal life. With the help from GreaterGood.org's Rescue Bank program, Nashville Humane Association were able to budget their money for special needs animals like Lieutenant Dan and feed the pets in their shelter without a worry. Rescue pets like Lieutenant Dan all over the country need your help. July is one of the busiest months of the year for many shelters and rescues, and more animals means more hungry bellies. Help celebrate National Feed a Rescue Pet Week by making a tax-deductible gift. Just $15 ships 300 meals—donate now to help. 100% of your Gift That Gives More™ donation will go as a charitable gift to GreaterGood.org. GreaterGood stores pay the credit card transaction fee, so every cent of your donation goes to charity. GreaterGood.org has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of GreaterGood.org.