May 22, 2012

DoveLewis and 500 Faces

I'm an animal lover. Not sure if everyone knows that. In fact, maybe a crazy animal lover. Which is one huge reason I joined the DoveLewis Ambassador Board almost two years ago and haven't looked back.

For those of you that don't know what DoveLewis is, here's a little tidbit from their website...

"DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital was founded in 1973 by Mr. A.B. Lewis, in cooperation with the Portland Veterinary Medical Association, and in memory of Mr. Lewis’ late wife, Dove.
Dove Lewis’ legacy of loving all animals and promoting the human-animal bond lives on in the people who love and support our hospital and community programs. She is a true symbol of the human-animal bond, and the DoveLewis mission.
Originally, the clinic hours were limited to evenings, weekends, and holidays to serve people and their pets when daytime clinics were traditionally closed. In June of 1992, DoveLewis opened its doors around the clock to treat animals requiring emergency and critical care, 24 hours a day.
We are the only non-profit animal hospital in Portland devoted exclusively to emergency and critical care for animals 24 hours a day, 365 days a year."

Because DoveLewis is a non-profit, we are always in need of cash from generous donors to help out with our essential programs. Until June 8th, we are running our 500 Faces Campaign to help the Velvet Assistance Fund and the Stray and Wildlife Fund. Any and all donations help, so open those wallets people and donate. With your help, we can save more animals and help more people with the costly bills that come from saving their animals.


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