Giving Tuesday: Give Shelter Pets a Chance

Many non-profits are asking for your support on # GivingTuesday.

Why not save the life of an at-risk shelter pet? 

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100% of your contribution to MPFA's Judith Middleton Kroon fund goes to a homebased rescue organization to pull an at-risk dog or cat from a shelter where their life is in jeopardy. Designed to assist Michigan Certified Rescued groups with costs associated with senior pets and those with medical and behavior issues, the fund has recently helped these pets:   

Maple, a female  black lab/border collie mix was designated by a municipal shelter as Rescue Only for behavior issues: too shy and timid. She is working on building confidence and trust while in foster care. Without a rescue group willing to pull her and keep her in foster care, Maple's future was  precarious. 

Ziggy, a male cat from a city shelter, had been sick for months with chronic diarrhea. He has had many tests and medication and is very slowly improving.  His foster mom hung in there and spent months cleaning up after him. He no longer has to be caged and gets to play with other cats. His rescue group hopes he will be available for adoption very soon. 

Ginger, a female dog from a shelter on the west side of the state, was in pretty bad shape, suffering with fleas and heartworm positive. Ginger has been in foster care getting healthy and learning to trust people. She went through 2 treatments for heartworm and was given a clean bill of health in October. Without a rescue group willing to foster Ginger during her treatment, she wouldn't have lasted in the shelter. 

Other dogs and cats who are alive today because of the Kroon fund and caring  animal  rescue organizations are shown below. Some are still available for adoption; read their stories here .
Together with caring donors like you, we can save more pets like these and give them a warm, safe, healthy future.  Thank you for your support.

Your tax-deductible donation can be made  here
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance Mission
The single mission of the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is to stop the killing of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in Michigan shelters. 

MPFA is an all-volunteer organization collaborating with shelter and rescue organizations to achieve No Kill through training, technical  assistance,
 education and advocacy.

For more information: 
877-FUR-PALS  (877-387-7257)

The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the IRS and is a Guidestar Exchange Silver Participant.
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 Contributions are tax deductible. 
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