The Animal Pad https://theanimalpad.org in San Diego California, a volunteer only rescue organization, are currently involved in a crisis rescue operation to save 400 dogs from the most unimaginable conditions … When one of our own team members, Julie, who serves as both a Community Coordinator and a volunteer with TAP, brought this heartbreaking situation to our attention, we knew we had to take action to try and help.
… we will let @Julie_A pick up the conversation:
“Spreading the word would help tremendously. People can donate from all over the world through our website. We have to feed over 400 dogs, we have to provide medical care to all of them, vetting supplies, cleaning supplies… its way worse than we thought I’m normally pretty tough when it comes to stuff like this, but I feel completely broken this week. The stuff we have seen is horrible. But if we don’t help them, they will die. Some already have. If everyone can please share and encourage people to donate or purchase items off our wishlist. We need fosters, we need more rescues to take some of the dogs, we need volunteers at the shelter in Mexico to help us feed and medicate everyone. I’ve never seen anything like this. My heart is so broken” @Julie_A
The task is monumental … Imagine this administering just $100.00 worth of basic vet care to each of 400 dogs = 40 Thousand Dollars and these poor creatures have had NO basic vet care, ever, add to that food, water and shelter and the cost just spirals.
We understand that not everyone may be able to contribute directly, and that’s okay. Your support can still make a significant impact. By sharing this message with others, you expand the reach of our collective efforts, inspiring more individuals to lend a helping hand.
Donations can be made via TAP’s website https://theanimalpad.org/
Thank you for being part of our community, together, we can make a profound difference in the lives of these animals without a voice … or a choice, let’s make the right one for them THIS TIME.
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