345… that’s the number of homeless pets H.A.L.O. is caring for today, March 18th
103… that’s the number of rescues we have taken in since March 1st
$21,329.00 per month… that’s how much it takes to provide food and medical care alone
With income stream coming to a halt there is no greater fear than not being able to provide for these animals. We have survived for 14 years for two reasons... our communities support and pure faith that good prevails.
We are taking this crisis day by day and we feel we need to be on ground level with our community and our pets in the event of any crisis.
We are still accepting stray intakes and we are keeping our center open to be a source to our community to provide any help we can during this time.
Please consider donating if you can, any amount helps, to help us continue our emergency efforts at full capacity of staff, supplies and medical care.
There is no crystal ball, but there is faith and belief in Miracles.
Sending you all love, trust and puppy breath from 8 trash can babies saved on Saturday