Help Feed An Animal- for FREE

I LOVE animals. I am probably one of the biggest animal-loving people you will ever meet. Two summers ago, I volunteered at a shelter, and learned that due to lack of space, millions of healthy, homeless pets are put down each year. If you love animals too, visit  this website to help feed these pets. 

"Your free click generates a donation from Hill's Pet Nutrition to support the HSUS. You may click once a day, every day. 100% of the donations raised go directly to The HSUS, which advocates for local humane societies and operates its own network of animal sanctuaries, providing care and homes to more animals than any other national animal protection organization in the United States."

These 3 cats belong to two of my best friends. Going from left to right, is Ping, Pong, and Peaches. Ping and Pong (the Siamese cats) were found and rescued along side of a road when they were kittens.

P.S, I received an email from someone saying the comment feature wasn't working. I just got it fixed, so it should work now! :)


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Anonymous said...

HSUS does NOT advocate for local humane societies; local humane societies do not receive a dime from HSUS. HSUS is nothing but a big-business lobbying agent that seeks to end all breeding of all domestic species. Do some research. Look into how much of the "Katrina" fund was actually funneled into helping animals. Then look at Wayne Pacelle's salary.

SWEATshirtDRESSshirt said...

Wow! Really? I had no idea. Thanks for lettin me know.

Anonymous said...

Are you sure that this is not legitimate? All of the research that I have done explains that it is. Just like many websites are supporting donations to Haiti if you simply click a button, this website is doing the same.

Anonymous said...

The site that facilitates the donation may be legit. The previous commenter was referring to HSUS not being legit.

Anonymous said...

HSUS's "network of sanctuaries" includes a grand total of FIVE facilities that take in either horses or injured wildlife, and including, in one case (I think) feral cats trapped from a island off the coast of California. HSUS does NOT spend very much of its $100 million annual budget helping shelters, although they have enough money saved up to fund shelters in every state -- around $200 million. Instead, they charge for their "evaluation" of shelters, and who would take the advice of "experts" who don't have experience in running shelters? I mean, really, think about it!

In addition, they are trying to raise money to "help animals" in Haiti, despite their own colleagues at HSI saying that there are no animals to be helped.

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