Target: Bonner Animal Rescue in Kansas
Goal: Thank Bonner Animal Rescue for fighting animal abuse and neglect by offering low-cost spay neuter event
Bonner Animal Rescue in Bonner Springs, Kansas is a rescue group that provides temporary haven and treatment for adoptable dogs and cats, finds them suitable homes, promotes humane treatment of animals and organizes spay/neuter programs to counter the overpopulation of dogs and cats in the area. It is a no-kill shelter that is working hard to combat the many horrific stories it encounters in dealing with abandoned animals in Bonner Springs.
Recently, a 14-year-old Cocker Spaniel named Savannah Nicole was left by her owner at Bonner Animal Rescue. The owner brought the former show dog in a crate that was too small for Savannah Nicole. Savannah Nicole was not only emaciated, but also suffered from lack of grooming, which caused her two back toes to fuse together. She also needed a lot of teeth pulled out.
Janet Crouch, a spokesperson for the rescue, said “We would much rather you call us than abuse the animal because you don’t want it or can’t care for it anymore. If you are in need of assistance to care for an animal, then call Bonner Animal Rescue and we will try to help. That’s what we are here for.”
In addition to seeing cases like Savannah Nicole’s, Bonner Animal Rescue has saved animals from a variety of inhumane situations like puppies left on porches for days without food and water, to dogs thrown out of moving cars on the highway, to cats left in abandoned houses. Since there are so many abandoned, neglected, and abused pets searching for homes and loving owners, Bonner Animal Rescue believes that the most important task for a pet owner is to spay or neuter the animal. By reducing the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Bonner Springs, the rescue hopes to open more spaces in loving homes for these animals who desperately need caring homes. That’s why Bonner Animal Rescue will be holding a low-cost spay/neuter event. Support Bonner Animal Rescue for endeavoring to help these poor animals by signing the petition.
Dear Bonner Animal Rescue Group,
The overpopulation of dogs and cats has left many rescue dogs without homes. In fact, many dogs and cats are euthanized daily due to overcrowding in shelters throughout America. Reducing the overpopulation of animals will improve the odds of finding good homes for abandoned dogs and animals. Thank you for recognizing this as an important issue that needs to be addressed and corrected.
Dogs like Savannah Nicole, who was left at your rescue group recently with dental problems and two fused toes due to neglect, should deserve a chance at finding a good family. Thank you for increasing the odds of finding your shelter animals homes by offering a low-cost spay/neuter event. Encouraging pet owners to spay or neuter their animals is an important task. Offering a more affordable option will persuade some owners to spay or neuter their animals, helping reduce the overpopulation issue as well as freeing homes for rescue animals. Your hard work is recognized.
[Your Name Here]
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