Where would we be without the many non-profits that provide valuable and needed services daily in our communities?
You’ve come a long way, baby….Pets Lifeline
For three decades Pet’s Lifeline has been helping place animals in good homes. From its makeshift quarters in 1982 this no kill facility has grown and currently shelters up to 32 dogs and cats, a remarkable credit to its donors, staff and volunteers.
Pets’ Lifeline gives animals another chance. Lucy says,” I know what it’s like to be out there, cold, scared, hungry and dirty. I’m one of the lucky ones who was rescued. There are still many others who could use a loving home. Please visit Pets’ Lifeline and take one of my friends home with you!”
To adopt, donate,volunteer go to www.petslifeline.org.
For updates on PL and my other favorite non-profits see Categories: Caring and Sharing.