JING JING JINGLE TO JINGLEFEST
Hop in your sleigh and join Make Peace With Animals' volunteers and Greyhounds this coming Saturday, December 7th at Jinglefest, an event benefitting local families battling cancer. Special guest, Kelsos Cauldron, known as Calvin, will join our gang in hopes of finding his forever home. We'd love you to stop by, if only to say, "Hello!"
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Will Melody Have A Home This Christmas?
If CRT Melody looks a little sad in these photos, it's because she thought she was set for life in a loving home. Then her adoptive mother suffered a severe fall which will require serious surgery and long-term, intensive rehabilitation. It was with great regret that Melody was returned to our group. Melody just turned 4 in October. She is friendly with cats, other dogs, and, of course, people. She likes to play, she likes to cuddle, and she is obviously a great beauty.
SHOP ON AMAZON, HELP MAKE PEACE WITH ANIMALS
Amazon has launched AmazonSmile, a simple, automatic way for you to support your favorite charity--Make Peace With Animals!
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. The purchase price is the amount paid for the item minus any rebates and excluding shipping & handling, gift-wrapping fees, taxes, or service charges.
On your first visit to smile.amazon.com, you need to select Make Peace With Animals to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Then they will remember you have selected us to be the recipient of your present and future purchases.
Just go to smile.amazon.com to register. Then start shopping and start helping Make Peace With Animals!
ROGER MEETS HIS MATCH
Roger Penske (left), son of the late, great, Lassinagh Silky and prolific sire Flying Penske, goes nose to toes with his Mini Me. This paper mache statue, made by Vermont artist Terri Malloy, is the spittin' image of Roger. And why not? He was the model! The piece was created and donated to commemorate Make Peace With Animals' 25th Annual Homecoming. Luckily for Roger, his adopter had the winning bid at the silent auction.