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11.19: Give to the Max Day- What Does it Mean for the Animals?

This year has been challenging for most of us. Here at Pet Project Rescue, when the pandemic hit, we knew our services were going to be needed now more than ever. With the cost of housing, food, and amenities weighing heavy on many of our minds during a time when jobs are scarce, we didn’t want the care of one’s pet, or a community animal, to be an additional burden. Our small team of volunteers worked around the clock this year to make the following happen:

  • Helped over 400 dogs and cats receive free spay and neuter surgeries

  • Prevented 3,000 puppies and kittens from being born on the streets without hope for a forever home

  • Provided life-saving treatment for skin conditions, parasites, wound care, cancer treatment, and medication for dogs and cats that came through our free clinic

  • Held weekly spay/neuter clinics in Mexico

  • Ran daily Trap-Neuter-Return in Minnesota

 

While we have achieved so much, we hope you will help us complete a lofty but necessary goal before 2020 ends. Pet Project Rescue still needs to provide 100 spay and neuter surgeries by year’s end. This will prevent 1,000 additional puppies and kittens from being born without a safe place to call home.

Why do we need to complete 100 more surgeries? Because according to the ASPCA, 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized each year. By joining us as a donor on Give to the Max Day on November 19th, you help lower this number by ensuring that dogs and cats receive the life-changing surgery of being spayed and neutered.

Schedule your Give to the Max Day donation now – you don’t have to wait until the 19th to take part!

 Please help us create better lives for dogs and cats in Minnesota and across the border!

P.S. You can help turn 2020 into a positive year! You can schedule your GTTMD donation before 11.19 and you’ll be entered in a raffle for pet gift baskets, restaurant gift cards, PPR apparel and more!

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