I would like to honor life with LOVE by sharing my book "Furry Philosophy and Memoirs Set in Stone" I want to be the voice for those that cannot speak for themselves and sharing the valuable lessons I have learned from the amazing animals I have encountered. If you look back to my first post , you can read the first chapter of my book for free :)
Friday, February 6, 2015
Pawsome charities, giving back
This photo is what I see EVERYDAY before Odin and I go for a
walk. Princess Raven Roo must get a treat at the same time as Odin before we
walk out the door. She then proceeds to sit in the window and watch for us to
come back. As soon as she sees us, she runs to the door anxiously awaiting for
it to open. After one more treat , she must smell Odin head to toe to find out
exactly what he has been up to without her. He sits and allows the inspection,
but twitches his feet and ears when she tickles them. We are all very fortunate
to have each other and Odin and Raven are very thankful for the treats. They
know that not everybody is as fortunate as they are. We want to give back when we can.
When my book, "Furry Philosophy and Memoirs Set in Stone" is sold privately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 231-893-1227
and not through Amazon( as Amazon makes more money on my book than I do) I will
donate $5 for every books sold the animal related charity that is featured at
the time.You can read the first chapter of my book for free at: http://www.furryphilosophy.blogspot.com/2015/02/trying-my-hand-at-blogging.html
You may also chose form the list of charities I have
featured in the past .
Here is a list of some of them and it will be updated as new
ones are added :
Ruff Readers at Grandville
Library in memory of Ben who was a Ruff Reader . The Ruff Reader program encourages
children to become better readers and discover the joy of reading.
Pound Buddies of Muskegon dedicated to finding good homes for homeless and
Crisis Response Canine in Memory of Lily and Emma who served proudly with this wonderful service. When
someone is hurting, NATIONAL crisis response canine teams are trained to
compassionate support to people affected by crisis.
Paws with a Cause, enhances the independence and
quality of life for people with disabilities nationally through custom-trained
NEADS: : Dogs for the Deaf and Disabled
Puppy Love :15 MILLION+ shelter dogs are euthanized every year in the United States... This is a community of people wanting to make a difference, one life at a time.
Heal with a Horse provides free equine therapy for children with life threatening disease , emotional challenges and autism
Howling Timbers Animal Sanctuary
Their mission statement is “to provide life-long-sanctuary
to wolves, wolf dogs and exotic animals that have been neglected, abused, abandoned
or relinquished by their previous owner.”
Making life better,
four paws at a time
We are thankful for what we have and think it is only fitting to share some of the PaWsOmE-ness bestowed upon us.