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Pawsitive Communities

Monetary Donation | Article by: Cindy Cherry

You don’t have to be an Animal Care Tech or Vet to assist, it takes many hands. As I, Cindy Cherry knows who also volunteered at a Northern Spay and Neuter Clinic in North Bay. Read my blog on my adventure at: https://www.doncherryspetrescue.org/north-adventure/

This group is made up of a small group of animal lovers that are passionate about making a change for animals in Manitoba. These volunteers have all seen their fair share, both in person and online, of animals in various stages of illness, mistreatment, neglect, and even death from freezing, being shot, and so on.

 

The Co-Founder’s husband is a K9 Unit police officer that works in First Nations communities across the province and has seen so many awful cases. He continued to bring unwanted animals home to his family to foster and it got to a point where they were so frustrated they felt like they had to do something more. The rescue and fostering were helping the few, but they wanted to help the many and find a solution that got to the root of the problem. So, the Co-Founder, Farran LeBlanc and her family created Pawsitive Communitlies.

 

With starting up any charity, comes fundraising, and their goal was to purchase a mobile spay and neuter unit, which they did. Each weekend they take the trailer out and are able to spay/neuter about 40 animals, which costs them $7,000 each time. This cost is not funded by any government agency and that is why it is with much pleasure that this Foundation could assist them in the never-ending plight of the Northern Dogs.

A $100,000 SnipMobile, in partnership with the Brandon H.S.

Inside a mobile Spay & Neuter trailer.

Inside a mobile Spay & Neuter trailer.

It is always so special when you get a hand written thank you card.

October-2019-My crew of volunteers

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