Monday, 19 September 2016

Baskerville's Second Chance

"It's okay, sweetheart. You're safe now." A kind face peered into the carrier of a wide-eyed, steel-coated rabbit. Baskerville (as she'd soon be named) had just been found with more than a dozen other pet rabbits abandoned in a neighborhood. In the dead of winter, their former owner had released them into the the wild without food, water or shelter. If we didn't act fast these bunnies wouldn't make it ...

While it’s hard to imagine, Animal Friends receives more than 800 calls, just like this one, each year regarding abandoned and mistreated animals. Baskerville and the others got their second chance but, there are still so many more dogs, cats and rabbits that need our help.

These animals need you to ensure this lifesaving program continues.

And, there is no better time to give than right now! Your donation will be matched 50 cents on the dollar up to $100,000 now through Sept. 24.

Please, click here to give them a second chance.

And, if you’ve already given to the Second Chance Challenge, we can’t thank you enough for your support.

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