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Georgia SPCA: Meet MooShe, and learn ways to help

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Hi! I'm MooShe! I came to the Georgia SPCA in April with my kittens. The staff and volunteers took great care of us, and my babies were adopted right away. I stayed in a free-roam cat room, and talked to everyone who came in to visit.

"Pick me! I'm great! I'm affectionate, and pretty, and love to talk! I'm a 'Paws for Consideration Cat', so you can take me home for a few days, and, honestly, that's all I need to convince you I'm the perfect new cat for you!"

May and June passed. Then, in July, a lady came several weekends in a row and played with all the grown-up cats. I talked (and talked!) to her every time she came, and (finally!) she took a chance on me. By the next weekend, my new big sister cat, Angel, came out from under the bed and stopped hissing at me; now we share everything. She's pretty old, and use to getting her own way. That's fine. She's earned it. Angel came from a shelter, too.

But enough about me. I want to share a few wonderful things I learned while I was at the Georgia SPCA:

  • Foster homes, and other terrific volunteers and staff members, feed and play and clean-up after us everyday
  • Vets help us stay healthy with shots and surgeries
  • Weekend offsite adoptions help spread the word about the Georgia SPCA
  • Low-cost vaccination clinics help people take care of their pets
  • Two free-roam cat rooms have cool stuff to climb and play on, and there are lots of big, roomy cages for the kittens, too
  • The dog's kennel has beds and toys, and they get to go outside for walks. (Lucky!!!)
  • If you would like to volunteer, donate, or adopt, you can stop by any day of the week
  • Fun fundraisers are planned year-round to raise money for our food and care
  • 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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