November the 30th fo 2011
100 doghouses for dogs without shelter
Before PETA found her, Chloe—a sweet-as-pie Labrador mix—had spent countless lonely days outdoors, confined to a barren patch of dirt in a small backyard pen. Her only protection on even the most frigid days was a plastic barrel that did nothing to shield her from bone-chilling winter wind and driving cold rain that would pour into her pen, trapping her in a filthy swamp of mud and her own waste. But PETA fieldworkers knew what to do! They got Chloe out of that pen, pronto, and provided her with a sturdy wooden doghouse packed with straw for her to curl up in, which they placed on a patch of dry ground. They outfitted Chloe with a proper collar and a lightweight tie-out that stays tangle-free. PETA fieldworkers will make regular follow-up visits to make sure that the situation does not deteriorate. Chloe is now also spayed, thanks to PETA's unique, low-cost to no-cost door-to-door transport and sterilization program. Chloe's life has been forever changed by our work, made possible by caring PETA supporters like you. Won't you consider sponsoring shelter for a vulnerable dog today?
With your assistance, we can help dogs like Chloe survive cold winters (and hot summers) by providing them with a sturdy, weatherproof PETA doghouse. These doghouses give "backyard dogs" badly needed relief from snow, wind, and rain—often for the first time in their lives. As we enter the holiday season—and for many of us, the coldest days of the year—I hope that you'll consider becoming an "Angels for Animals" sponsor today. With a little help from you and your friends, we can reach our goal of providing 100 dogs with shelter from the harsh cold of winter. Thank you for helping a neglected dog this winter in such a life-changing way. Please watch the video and become an "Angels for Animals" doghouse sponsor today. For a lonely dog facing the winter outdoors in the bitter cold, your generosity can mean the difference between life and death.