Sunday, February 21, 2010

Another Way to Help Myron's Forever Home!

Ok folks, time to use the force of the intertubes for good! Have you got a blog? Consider letting your readers know, too (And "Yay!!" and thank you to everyone who already has!)!

If you don't know about Myron, scoot down one post and catch up! The wonderful group, Purrfect Pals, who took in Sue's little man can be helped without spending one single penny! (But of course we encourage you to throw as many green papers their way as your budget allows!) Because Myron tested positive for FeLV, he was a danger to Sue's other fosters and had to be moved. We were so thrilled Sue found this fantastic group which has facilities geared for these sweet kittehs and does not turn them away, as many other shelters would have had to do.

So here's the deal on helping them even more:

The $100,000 Shelter+ Challenge, hosted jointly by The Animal Rescue Site and Petfinder, started on January 18th. The Animal Rescue Site is awarding $100,000 in grants to eligible member rescue organizations to help animals. The grand prize is a $10,000 grant, and there are many other prizes!

Visit www.theanimal to vote every day for Purrfect Pals and learn more. You don’t have to register, and voting is free. Support Purrfect Pals and vote today! (Click on the "Free Food & Care" then, on the next page, scroll down and click on the challenge. Enter Purrfect Pals and WA as the state, click search, then vote.)

Purrfect Pals takes in, and rehomes over 2,000 animals a year. In addition, they offer free and low-cost spay neuter services to low-income families, and to feral TNR groups. Take a moment to vote for them, and help fund these wonderful folks.

Now go! Let's do some good!!


  1. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing that :)

  2. I voted, thanks for letting us know how to help them!

  3. Great idea! Thanks for letting us all know. :)

  4. Thanks Hon...I'm going to put this bit about the voting on my blog right now.

    Let's ROCK THE VOTE !!!!



  5. They've got my vote! I've got a soft, squishy spot in my heart nowadays for FIV and FeLV kitties, so anybody who takes care of them counts as one of the good guys in my book.



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