He Was A Failed Sheep Dog, No Use To Them
When we pulled up, my heart went out to the border collie chained to a metal hut so small he'd have to belly-crawl into it. He was filthy, his collar so tight I couldn't fit my pinky under it. But his eyes lit up when we came over.
No way was I leaving him there
Pets Need To Be Saved From Domestic Violence, Too
Victims of domestic violence desperately need to get out of abusive homes and into safe shelters. But nearly 50% of women with pets delay leaving because they fear for their pets. Very few shelters accommodate animals, so these women face a horrifying choice: remain trapped in an abusive relationship, or leave their pets behind and in danger.
71% of women entering safe shelters report that their partner threatened, injured, or killed the family pet.You Can Save Lives »