My Lady and us know that money and time are the two most common ways to help pet charities.
It’s pretty clear the good that you do in other people’s lives is real, but you don’t always get to see it up close.
If you give to a shelter or other pet charity, you can see the good you’re doing close up and personal-like, as well as maybe feel it in your heart more.
My Lady spends a lot of time helping my friends in the shelters.
She spends time at our local shelter walking my canine pals so that they get some time out of their kennels and some ear scratching. She also spends time playing with the kittie cats.
Then, there are even other ways she helps people find their new best friend.
My Lady says by giving to pet charities it helps more than just the pets!
She says it has a trickle effect.
I’ll let my Lady tell ya how givin’ to pet charities gives back to you and other folks.
Pet Charities is a Great Way to Give Back and Help Animals
There are a number of ways that you can help a shelter – the two obvious ways are giving money or volunteering your time and skills.
Most people don’t have a lot of money to spare, but local shelters are always in need of helping hands!
Don’t forget that you can also donate supplies to your local shelter.
There are also less obvious ways that you can help out, even if your time and money are limited.
Helping to match pets looking for fur-ever homes with people who want to give them is another way.
Maybe you’re sitting at the break table at work and you hear someone talking about wanting to get a pet or maybe your aunt mentions someone they know is looking.
Keep tabs on the kinds of animals in your local shelter and their personalities and you can advocate on their behalf when you hear of someone looking.
This personal knowledge of the family and animal can help make sure it’s a good match, giving great rewards to the pet and its family.
Even something as small as passing on information on the importance of spaying or neutering can help control the pet population.
Humans help animals by providing food, shelter, and medical treatment in addition to love and affection.
All pets return companionship and affection to their families, but some pets go above and beyond by assisting their humans with day-to-day living tasks that most people take for granted.
Most of the time service animals are dogs that can help as a seeing eye dog, an alert dog, or an assist dog.
Dogs help people with autism, diabetes, depression, hearing and seeing disorders, anxiety, and panic problems, or heart issues.
When you help pets by donating to pet charities, you are also helping other people.
Everyone involved wins, the pet gets saved from a life of hardship (or maybe from being euthanized), the human gets a loving companion and possibly help with mental and physical ailments and you get to feel really good about helping both people and animals.
That positive feeling can spread throughout your life and help buoy your spirits if you are having trouble in other areas of your life.
It helps you spread positive energy to people around you.
Monday 30th of April 2018
I truly believe we are all connected as one. The whole world is connected. I think that helping others is helping youself too.
Monday 8th of August 2016
I love the idea of supporting charities that help animals in need. I often donate treats, food and old sheets and towels to the local rescue organization that we adopted our own dog from.
Monday 23rd of February 2015
If we could not give our time we raised money for a rescue. We also buy items at the pet shops after the holidays then we donate to the shelter and they then sell it and make $$$ at fundraisers .
Wednesday 18th of February 2015
I used to volunteer at our local humane society, where we previously adopted one of our dogs, before we moved! It was a very rewarding experience!
Linda Manns Linneman
Tuesday 17th of February 2015
I do know there is a great need for this. I will look into this at some shelters close to home. Thank you so much for sharing and all that you do. God Bless