I’m walking to save the lives of homeless pets!
This year, Gavin and I are participating in Strut Your Mutt San Francisco, a fundraising walk hosted by Best Friends that saves the lives of homeless pets right here in my community and all across the country.
Please support me by making a donation to my page. Your gift helps homeless pets and will support NorCal Boxer Rescue.
This cause means so much to me and I am grateful for your help. Every day, more than 2,200 dogs and cats are killed in America's shelters, simply because they don't have safe places to call home. Each one is a loving pet just like yours and mine.
Together, we can Save Them All and reduce that number to zero. Thank you for your kind support.
Please see a message from NorCal Boxer Rescue below:
NorCal Boxer Rescue is so excited to be participating for the fifth year in Best Friends' annual Strut Your Mutt event in San Francisco! Last year's Strut Your Mutt was not only a ton of fun, but thanks to all of our teammates and donors, the event raised over $73,000 for NorCal Boxer Rescue and we were the top fundraising team in San Francisco. Our success last year is a testament to your generosity, your dedication, your caring, and - most of all - your belief that the work NorCal Boxer Rescue does is important and worthy of your support.
And your support is just what we need. At a time when our vet expenses are always increasing (and approaching $200,000/year), the funds raised at last year's Strut Your Mutt were vitally important to our organization. In the first six months of 2019, these funds helped us to care for dogs like:
Jade, an extremely sweet and easygoing girl who required bilateral TPLO after being hit by a car.
Niason, a cute boy whose tail wiggles a million miles per hour, despite needing a leg amputated due to a gunshot that shattered his elbow.
Ilsa, a gentle little lady who entered rescue with uncontrolled Cushings Disease as well as cardiac issues requiring management.
Sloan, a puppy so emaciated and covered with ticks that she weighed only 16 pounds at 4 months of age.
Panda, an adorable little girl who arrived in rescue with a gaping wound on her leg.
Kilkenny, Bunny, Sasha, Brutus, Lola, Bryodi, Chester, Hazel, and Finn - all senior dogs who found themselves homeless in their golden years but whose grey muzzles render them no less deserving of love and comfort.
In just the first six months of 2019, all of these dogs and so many others have benefitted from NCBR's work and from the support of caring people like you.