Animals in need receive help but need more
Jul 16, 2014 | 35 35 recommendations | email to a friend | print
To the editor:

Have you ever walked through an animal rescue shelter and looked at the faces and into the eyes of babies that have been abandoned, have strayed or perhaps been abused by someone? It is so distressing to see dogs, puppies, cats and kittens confined to a cage rather than being in a loving, caring home where they are much loved, well-cared for, praised, given treats, playing and happy.

Imagine one of these responding with his or her love, gratitude and loyalty. What a blessing it could be for the animal and for the owner.

I commend and appreciate Ramona Hamilton’s Animal Rescue located at 4146 Canton Road. Ramona has the God-given love and a heart of compassion to care for part of God’s marvelous animal creation that she rescues. She provides food, water, shelter, cages and expensive vet care in this no-kill shelter. Some other shelters euthanize weekly. Ramona makes efforts to locate the owner via social media for seven days before an animal is cleared for adoption. All of this takes much money, time and hard work on Ramona’s behalf.

Community support is greatly needed for the care of these animals. Food and cash donations are welcomed. I have the blessing and privilege, along with my husband, to make donations to care for these dear animals. We adopted one and named him Beau. We headed the plea for help. Will you consider responding to the plea for help for these animals in need?

Patty Chamberlain, Cadiz
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