Target: Little Victories Animal Rescue Executive Director Rebecca Stanley Crowder
Goal: Thank the animal rescue group for working to spread compassion through a new humane education program
A West Virginia animal rescue group wants to increase kindness toward animals by starting a new humane education program. According to the Herald-Dispatch, the group at Little Victories Animal Rescue, which operates under a “no-kill” philosophy that guarantees the well-being and happiness of animals, is launching the program in an effort to promote the safety of animals and people in the community.
Little Victories has over 150 animals that have all been cleaned and taken to the veterinarian to be spayed and neutered. Their mission on their website states that they strive to reduce animal suffering and to eliminate the amount of unwanted animals. They want to do this by providing their services to animals that are homeless and have been abused. They are also striving to educate the community to act responsibly and kindly toward animals.
The animal rescue group plans on giving guided tours of their facility, using informational booths at public events and schools, and holding community service projects to help increase participation. Children can especially get something out of humane education because it teaches them to be respectful people that are kind to animals.
Please sign this petition to thank the crew at Little Victories animal rescue for offering a humane education program to help the public learn to love and care for animals.
Dear Rebecca Stanley Crowder,
Little Victories Animal Rescue has contributed so much to the animals in West Virginia. We applaud you for wanting to take on another task, which is to educate the public through your educational humane program. Your ideas on how to implement this program are great. Giving tours, speeches at schools, and informational booths are amazing ways to get the word out there about your work at the Little Victories and the program itself.
There are times when people want to have pets but think that pet stores are their only option. Educating them about animal rescue and adoptions will save hundreds of animals that have been abandoned or abused. Some children grow up never being around animals, so your program will help them learn to be kind and compassionate to animals. Your program will also be especially helpful to new pet owners who may not have a clue about how to properly take care of animals.
Thank you for all that you do to help save the animals in West Virginia.
[Your Name Here]
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