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Pets in Need Like Rayne Need You

July 23 – July 29 is National Feed a Rescue Pet Week! One of the biggest expenses for shelters and rescue groups is feeding animals in their care. For many rescues, after food costs, they have little or nothing left in their budget for medical treatment, vaccines or other adoption programs. That’s where GreaterGood’s Rescue Bank program comes in—we ship donated food to rescue groups around the country to make sure their animals are well fed, and that they have extra money in their budget to help pets in desperate need—pets like Rayne.

Rayne found barely alive being transported to receive the help she desperately needed.

Rayne was found in the pouring rain on the side of the road by a Good Samaritan. The person was driving and looked out her window and saw a lifeless kitten on the edge of the road about to get run over, just barely moving her mouth, like she was trying to take her last breath. The Good Samaritan called Lady Luck Animal Rescue, and they had the person drop her off at the ER, where Rayne was found to be hypothermic and anemic along with intestinal parasites.

Every dollar donated to Rescue Bank offsets $17 worth of expense for a rescue group. This National Feed a Rescue Pet Week, YOU can save more animals like Rayne by clicking here.

Rayne fully recovered! What a beauty!

Today, Rayne is in a foster home with other kitties. She is happy, friendly and loves her canned food donated from GreaterGood.org’s Rescue Bank program. She is patiently waiting for her forever home.

“Rescue Bank has allowed us to free up money in more severe medical cases since we don’t have to spend as much on high-quality food. This saves the rescue a lot of funding, and we can save more animals.” – Lady Luck Animal Rescue

Every dollar donated to Rescue Bank offsets $17 worth of expense for a rescue group. This National Feed a Rescue Pet Week, YOU can save more animals like Rayne by clicking here.

by Jim Kober, July 17, 2018