Money to support best people in the world
Russia does not care about helpless creatures. The situation breaks my heart. We do not have to pay taxes to keep a dog or a cat. That's why many of them get homeless after a while. In big cities they are shot by authorities, in smaller cities - killed by doghunters.
I do not want to describe how dreadful it the death when a dog is hit by a car, left in the forest by its owner, or has eaten meat with needles inside left by a doghunter.
Instead, I want to say that I am blessed to know people who pick those dogs and cats that can be saved, people who spend sleepless nights around a poor creature being between life and death. Sadly, these people do not earn millions and all the amazing job they do fully depends on money from charity.
I've been donating myself for a few years even though I have my own loans and life. And picked two dogs from the street. But I feel that it's not enough. I ask the world for help. Please, hear me! 1 dollar less for you means a lot to people who devote their lives to fight against justice.
One day I want to have my own dog shelter. But it's a great financial responsibility. That's why I try here. Let me believe it's possible.
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I donate money to two charities, one in Moscow and one in Omsk, Siberia.
The one in Moscow find dogs in the streets and call for financial supporters. Once they have a bunch of people ready to cover expenses, they take the dog and provide it with medical care and temporary home. And later they look for loving moms and dads. Unfortunately, sometimes it takes years to find a new owner. That's why they are in such a need for money.
In Siberia it's even worse. People bring dying animals that they find on highways to an amazing woman and her team. The team cannot even control the number of animals because they cannot say no when someone needs help. They are very indebted and every dollar counts.
I can provide you with the proof that your money will be spent as promised. Will be spend to save innocent and devoted lives.
(At my profile picture - me and one of the dogs I took home from the street. Her name is Berta and she's been living in my family for 10 years)