June 11, 2018
Those in the trenches saving animals every single day operate on a shoestring budget, have no ad campaigns, receive no salaries, and regularly spend their own money to save lives. So for the month of June 2018, every penny I earn from sales of my memoir this month will be split 50/50 between two grassroots groups. In Florida, Nala’s New Life Rescue saves countless lives every single day and Eleventh Hours for Animals is working to continue shutting down animal experimentation labs. They’ve both enjoyed tremendous success for animals and they both need everyone’s help to #SaveTheDogs. I’ve lowered the ebook priceof #uncensored to $2.99 to encourage sales or please donate directly:
NALA’S NEW LIFE RESCUE in Palm City, Florida is dedicated to rescuing companion animals including dogs, cats and horses that have been abused, forgotten, rejected or abandoned. They never discriminate on the basis of health, age or breed. They regularly open their own homes and wallets to care for these beings that would otherwise die. They do everything on a shoestring budget, without photo ops and glamorous banquets, their only reward being the knowledge that they’ve given an abused animal a chance to be loved in a home of their own. (Donate directly HERE.)
ELEVENTH HOUR FOR ANIMALS has never wavered in its commitment to stop industrial abusers and shut down their experimentation labs. Despite jail, lawsuits, with no money, and widespread criticism, Eleventh Hour alone shut down the monkey labs inside the University of Florida. And now they are in dire needs of funds to get a new initiative off the ground to save the 43 dogs, 40 cats, and 14 horses still in their labs. (Donate directly HERE.)
In the interest of full disclosure, I am the founder of Eleventh Hour but am not associated with Nala’s.