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Georgia SPCA: $35K Donation Challenge

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The Georgia SPCA could not find forever homes, pay for spay and neuter surgeries, feed or care for our rescued dogs and cats without your help. Donations and volunteers make it happen seven days a week at the Georgia SPCA.

We have a very special opportunity right now to double the impact of your gifts. One of our most generous supporters is matching all donations received in July and August, dollar-for-dollar, up to a grand total of $35,000!

There are so many ways to help:

  • A gift to our Compassionate Hearts fund helps cover the expenses for rescues with special medical needs, like little Red Riding Hood who was infected with 3 wolf worms.
  • A donation to the "Sponsor a Litter" program provides food and medical care for young puppies and kittens until they are ready for adoption.
  • A Tribute Gift in honor or memory of a loved one or special pet supports vital shelter operations. A card acknowledging your generosity will be sent to the recipient of your choice.
  • A Sponsorship donation for "An Evening in Paris", our annual benefit gala, allows us to provide care and comfort to the more than 1,300 homeless pets that come through our doors each year.

Please take advantage of this terrific opportunity to double the power of your gift by August 31!

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We've all seen cute pet videos online. Now we want you to share your favorites with us.. We'll be featuring top cat and dog videos in our August Newsletter.

Please limit your submissions to one cat and one dog video. These can be of your own animals or ones you've seen online. Email the links to the videos only -- not the videos themselves along with your name.

Send links to cat videos to cats@georgiaspca.org

Send links to dog videos to dogs@georgiaspca.org

We'll publish the names of the people submitting our favorite videos and links to them in the August newsletter.

Submission deadline is 11:59 p.m. July 26.