Just a few words to tell you a little about myself:
In the early 80s I was approached by a friend to help a elderly lady.
I drove to get her cat food for donations and to the area where she fed feral cats. She also rescued dogs.
One day she had me drive her to a small home with a vicious dog. There was a cute little shihtzu with the attitude of a junk yard pit bull. It was to be euthanized that afternoon. After being bit I managed to leash it and bring it home, saving its life. Later I discovered that we shared the same birth date! From day one he slept on the bed and never bit me again, but he never trusted any other human.
His name was Peanut
I lost him 30 days before his 20th birthday.
He was the catalyst to my introduction to rescue. I started as not for profit doing spays and neuters. But I soon realized the need for long term care. So for 35 years I have offered my home as a sanctuary for those deemed unwanted and uncontrollable.
Using my own savings I purchased a house and have maintained it by myself. I do not collect a salary or any compensation I have been depending on my SS.
So all donations received go to the direct care of the animals.
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