Have you ever heard of an animal shelter with a 100 percent adoption rate?
According to the ASPCA, the average pet adoption rate in the United States is 50 percent, so when I heard that the League for Animal Welfare is doubling that, I had to learn more about this great organization for pets.
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, only a couple of hours from where I am in Indianapolis, the League for Animal Welfare is the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in the midwest.
Founded in 1949, this organization is located on more than 20 acres where they provide medical services, adoptions, spay and neuter services, shots, homes vs. cages for each animal, and a fresh and clean facility.
The League for Animal Welfare does more than 1,000 adoptions per year and generally has between 90-150 pets in its care at any given time. They take pets from over-burdened county shelters and elsewhere.
The group will celebrate its 70th birthday in 2019, and they really want to increase their impact to save homeless pets. This is where I’d like to ask for your help. Here are 2 ways you can make a difference:
- LFAW is seeking donations to build a new $1.2 million medical facility. They’ve already collected the bulk of the money needed, and now they’ve got $50,000 to go! You can donate to this very worthy project by clicking here.
- It’s only $125 to sponsor the adoption of a dog and $50 to sponsor the adoption of a cat. With your donation, a loving family can take home a brand new pet today. Click here to make it happen!
Remember, your donations may be tax-deductible. Talk to your accountant to learn more! In the meantime, take a look at this super cute video featuring some of the dogs and cats at the League for Animal Welfare!
Wondering why you should support the League for Animal Welfare? I know that you want to give your hard earned money to the organizations that will do the most good for pets, so here are 5 reasons why you should consider helping LFAW.
And then there’s Faye. I mean, just look at this face. Who could possibly say no to a face like this?
I know that there are many homeless pets in shelters all across our country. If you can adopt one and give it a loving home, that’s great. If you can’t adopt, consider making a donation. Every dollar helps, and you can feel good about supporting the League for Animal Welfare, knowing that they are doing everything they can to make the world a better place for pets in need.
Will you consider making a donation today? Click here to get started, and thank you for all you do to support homeless pets. The world needs more people like you!
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