|Little Romeo, what a gorgeous face|
This is kinda a sad story with a silver lining so bear with me here.
Last week the lovely and sweet Linda from The Squashed Tomato had her heart broken when the new addition ot her family, a puppy called Romea, was tragically hit by a car and killed. The little guy came from the Bellville Animal Anti-Cruelty League and as it is with most of these organisations the conditions at the grounds are not ideal.
The energetic and loyal Romeo has left an empty space in Linda’s heart and she’s determined to fill that hole by taking this sad event and turning it into an opportunity to reach out for the abandoned, unwanted puppies and kittens that are just looking for a warm spot to sleep, a happy face to wake up to and a companion to give their utmost attention, devotion and unconditional love.
If you are an animal person you’ll know how much Romeo meant to Linda. Please, if you feel touched by Romeo’s short but joy-giving life, support this initiative by donating any amount you can afford or by buying a raffle ticket. All the proceeds (100%) will go to improving the facilities at AACL and thus the precious lives of so many animals.
You could also donate one or more items on the organisation’s much-needed list which includes:
- Industrial tumbledryer and washing machine
- Fly traps
- Netting to keep flies out of the puppy run
- Good quality blankets and towels
- Nutritious cat and dog food
Or you could donate some prizes for the raffle. Suggested items include:
- Cases of wine
- Meals at restaurants
- Accomodation for two people
If you need any more information ocntact Linda on firstname.lastname@example.org and if you can’t help with any of the above suggested ways to get involved simply retweeted and repost this message to all your friends and you’ll be helping the furry faces in a big way.
My heart goes out to Linda who has had to deal with an incredibly painful experience and can sympathise completely. I’m glad that Romeo’s life brought her so much happiness and sunshine.