Hi! My name is Little Helen Keller, because I was born blind. I'm very, very tiny, because I never grew up, but its okay, because my Mommy says I'm the most special of all her many kitty cats! My birth mother is a stray herself, as are the rest of the 20 something cats that live in my mommy's yard. Mommy has spayed and neutered just about all of us. We sometimes get more strays, and these strays surprise us all with more kittens galore! My Mommy then puts out her trapper to catch these strays for vet to spay and neuter all over again. I sometimes feel sorry for Mommy, because it seems she'll spend the rest of her life trapping, neutering, and spaying strays.
I have twenty, and sometimes thirty-something cats that were strays, and eight homeless dogs that I picked up from the streets. I still feel I must do just a little bit more for cats and dogs. I have been sponsoring dogs and cats for about a year to help make their lives a little happier by helping to prevent abuse and cruelty by making a monthly donation of $18.00, which is automatically withdrawn from my credit card to ensure my sponsored little dogs and cats are well taken care of.
Animal lovers, please look for the link to ASPCA: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and sponsor a little un-adoptable animal who needs your help. These animals have suffered abuse and cruelty by people who have abused or abandoned them.
Here are pictures of my cat Ritz, and my dog Rusty. Aren't they adorable! When I started donating to ASPCA, they sent me a free t-shirt, wristband, and pictures of these two little animals who needed my help.
If you would like to see a picture of the little girl I sponsor, go here:
Poverty Stricken Children In The World
The greatness of a nation and its
moral progress can be judged by the
way its animals are treated.
If you can't decide between
a Setter or a Poodle,
get them all... adopt a mutt!
Animal lovers, by donating, you will be contributing to the prevention of cruelty and abuse to animals, and helping them find a good loving home.
It's heartbreaking that there are so many cats and dogs out in the streets who are suffering. Animal lovers, please help them.