On Wednesday I posted The Missouri 75, about the dogs that were rescued from a breeder who set fire to his property. There were over 200 dogs saved, they were split into smaller groups to make the situation more manageable for the shelters helping out.
I received a message from Gina Higgins at the Raytown Animal Hospital Adoption Center, they are caring for 70 of the dogs. They are a small facility and desperately in need of volunteers and donations.
We are working with a rescue group call Midwest Paws. They have rescued 70 German Short Hair Pointers from the puppy mill that was set on fire last week in southwestern Missouri! We are housing ALL 70 at our tiny shelter!
We are looking for people that can help out by VOLUNTEERING.
anytime is great however mornings are desperately needed so far this week there has been only 1 (me) -2 people from 7-9am to start the days out
We NEED more help!
WE NEED PEOPLE WHO CAN:
Greet people coming in
Help take in donations
Help to socialize the dogs (and cats)
Play with dogs
Help deliver donated items that people are unable to deliver themselves (we have a dishwasher that was donated and 3 pallets of food that all need to be picked up by tomorrow evening!)
WE ARE IN NEED OF DONATIONS:
Dog beds, blankets old (or new) towels
hospital strength disinfectant (A lot of!)
all office supplies
LARGE ROLLING TRASH CAN
TOWELS, towels and more towels
And so much more!
IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE LET US KNOW!!!
WE GREATLY APPRECIATE EVERYONE’S SUPPORT AND KINDNESS FOR ALL THAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR!
VOLUNTEERS AND DONATIONS PLEASE CALL
GINA AT 816-304-6465 OR 816-353-3666
OR JUST STOP BY THE SHELTER AT:
10312 E 63rd St
Raytown, MO. 64133
Thank yo so very much for reading this!!
Raytown Animal Hospital Adoption Center
Veterinary Technician/Adoption Coordinator
It doesn’t matter if you have money to donate, you can still help, it just takes a little bit of your time.