For the Love of Animals and Fear of Heights
This summer, I’ll be descending from new heights to raise money for Seattle Humane and I need your help!
For those who know me, you know that I have a house full of rescue pets, but unfortunately my house is at capacity. Why stop helping rescue animals just because the house is full?!
Helping pets and animals is extremely important to me, and I hope it is to you too! Since university I've made animals a priority, with significant time invested volunteering at shelters, walking rescues, and more. Most recently during my Kauai honeymoon I passed the Kauai Humane Society, and stopped in to add a beautiful black and white pitbull, Kolohe, to our pack for the hike of the day! (Which I highly recommend doing, despite Kolohe getting carsick in our rental car!)
To go along with my typical impulse, adventure-junkie personality I knew when I heard about "Over the Edge" on the radio that it was the perfect match combining my favorite cause with a fun/nerve-racking new challenge.
I’m fundraising to be able to join a small group of people who will head to the top of a 40 story skyscraper in downtown Seattle and rappel to the ground, all in the name of helping orphaned pets. My commitment to Seattle Humane’s MISSION IMPAWSIBLE is going to make an incredible difference, and I hope you’ll join me and pledge your support.
About Seattle Humane
Every year, Seattle Humane welcomes thousands of abandoned puppies, kittens, dogs, cats and other companion animals into their shelter. With your generous support, they are able to find homes for these animals with loving people just like you. The extra time, care, and attention they give each shelter guest makes them the leader in animal welfare in our community.
I am proud to be a supporter of such a great organization and hope you will join me in my efforts to save lives in our community!
How You Can Help
1. Spread the word! Share on social media, email, converse with friends.
$25 - Helps provide food, shelter and love for an orphaned animal.
$36 - Covers the cost of transferring an animal from a high-kill shelter.
$50 - Helps provide spay/neuter surgery for one adoption animal.
$100 - Helps rescue loving animals from other shelters where their time has run out.
$250 - Helps replenish pet food supplies distributed to low-income seniors so they do not have to choose between pet care and self care.
$500 - Helps provide life-saving emergency medical care for a shelter animal in need.
$1,000 - Helps provide vaccinations, bathing, grooming, temperament testing, training, and micro chipping for our shelter guests in order to make them more adoptable.
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