Josh's Memorial Campaign
Thank you for visiting my memorial page. Your donation will help the ASPCA provide life-saving programs and services to millions of animals nationwide. Please join me in celebrating their life and pay tribute by making a donation to give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life. Thank you.
There are millions of Dogs and Cats and other animals whom are abused, neglected, injured and or homeless, in shelters and on the streets. They can't survive and will continue to suffer or die without the help of people, as they can't fend for themselves. I, Josh Brands, have the time to help as a volunteer. Many people do not have time to volunteer or even read about how to help. So, I'll keep it brief. We, the ASPCA, and the volunteers can't help without monitary donations from you, your family, friends, co-workers, and everyone else whom can become part of the fellowship for the Society for the Protection of Crulity of Animals. Please donate as much time and or money as possible.
From the ones whom cannot speak for themselves, we speak for them and they say, Thank You!
The photos of the cat:
This kitten was left behind when the stray mother had a litter on my friend Richie's roof of his house. This kitten kept falling off of the roof, so I would put him back each time. The last time I found him on the ground, gasping for air, de-hydrated with his toung out, struggling to breathe, and his litter having moved away, I brought him to my friend Richie's back door and said this kitten needs our help. Long story short, I nursed him back to life. Now, Richie has a cat, and his name is "Boomer".
The Photo of the Dog:
At a place of work, late at night, my boss and I saw this black dog lost, tail between his legs, and not knowing where to go. After over an hour we got him to trust us and enter my van. His ears were fly bitten. This means he was abused by someone most likely using him to protect horses from coyotes, without taking proper care of him. When months went by with our flyers on many telephone polls in the area, and the owner was not found, I had a dog, a best friend, and I named him "Keedo".
Thank You, from Josh
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