The Animal Rescue Site.
This site saves animals. Rescues animals. The name of the site is pretty clear.
Now, here's what's involved. Click on the above link and there will be a button which says "Click here - it's FREE" and that's all there is to it. There are other links/buttons you can click on, such as "Hunger" "Literacy" "Autism" "Diabetes" "Alzheimer's" "Veterans" and more. It's a matter of clicking every day. It doesn't take more than a couple of minutes and you're making a difference.... in the lives of those who live in poverty, helping those who aren't able to read, advancing research and resources for those with diabetes, veterans, and Alzheimer's, including others.
You can get sign-up to get a daily reminder email. Personally I click on each everyday. I mean, what the heck, I'm already there and it sure won't hurt anything!
If you are reading this blog, you are likely an animal lover. You may foster rescues, volunteer at a physical rescue location, work at a special pet store (especially one like ours who is locally owned; sponsors rescue animals in-store, like our kitties; hosts foster organizations draw people to them outside of the store; promotes and sells only healthy foods and treats and well-made toys; partners with quality pet services such as vets, pet-sitters, day-care, and boarding locations and finally - one thing we love about our favorite store! - has events throughout the year where many reps from these services participate -- can you tell we love this store?); and adopt, not shop! Yep, I stole that. It's everywhere, but personally, it's on my husband's car. My car's magnet is "My kids have fur" and there are so many more out there.
I've gone off on a few rabbit trails but I feel strongly about this cause and I suspect you do, too. When people ask what breed Casey and Poly are, my answer is always "rescue" followed by saying that they are rescues, so we were told they are an "x-mix" and a "y-mix" but everyone sees something different in them. I'm not trying to get any kudos for being some sort of hero but to show that these guys deserve forever homes! Some of them have been abused, but can be trained, others come from high-kill shelters (Poly came from one in the South, which I understand is common), some are simply not wanted for one reason or another.
This site is one simple thing you can do to make a difference. If we each click daily, just think what good can be done! Won't you take a couple of minutes out of your day to improve the lives of others.