Dec 2, 2021

You Made #GivingTuesday Exceptional!

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You made #GivingTuesday 2021 the BEST day of the year for animals, raising over $82,000 to help pets, livestock, and wildlife in need!

You did it!

#GivingTuesday 2021 was a SPECTACULAR day for animals in need! You helped us raise over $82,000 for pets, livestock, and wildlife in our community! We are blown away by your generosity, and we cannot thank you enough for your support.

It's thanks to wonderful supporters like you that we can provide compassion, healing, and new beginnings to the thousands of animals that come through our doors each year. Your support makes families whole, and we could not do it without you.

We would like to thank our $20,000 Matching Gift Challengers for inspiring such generosity with their combined record-breaking matching gift:

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