Doris Day Animal Foundation Provides Grant To Muttville Senior Dog Rescue For Their Work In Rescuing Senior Dogs

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The Doris Day Animal Foundation, a national non-profit organization founded by the legendary actress and animal welfare advocate, has provided a grant to Muttville, a nonprofit dog rescue organization in San Francisco to help with rescuing senior dogs.

Muttville is proud to partner with Miss Day and her Foundation in providing education and material support to make high-quality no-cost adoptions to senior citizens.This generous grant will underwrite Muttville’s signature adoption program, “Seniors for Seniors,” bringing older dogs and senior citizens together. In recognizing the special bond between humans and dogs in their “golden years,” This grant of $7,000 will allow Muttville to defray the costs of approximately 25 “Seniors for Seniors”adoptions.

“When we learned about Muttville and its successful rescues of so many senior dogs, we knew we had to help,” Miss Day said from her home in Carmel, California. “We fund other charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations that perform excellent work to help the animals and the people who love them. Muttville is a terrific group of volunteers doing good work, and we’re proud to be able to help.”

When Muttville adopts a senior dog into a household where at least one member is aged 60 or older, Muttville provides a “Welcome Home” kit, consisting of food bowls, a collar and leash, a doggie bed, plus a month’s supply of food and any necessary prescription medications. Additionally, Muttville offers senior-friendly home modifications, providing and installing needed improvements free of charge. These improvements can include doggie doors, baby gates, bed ramps, and sofa steps, making a new life together easier for dogs and humans alike.

Among the other grants Doris Day Animal Foundation has provided are funding for college scholarships, programs to aid senior citizens care for their pets, programs for rescue dogs, Kevlar vests for service dogs, rescues of greyhounds, run-sheds for horses, reduced adoption fees for seniors adopting senior pets, wildlife sanctuary assistance, and reduced cost spay/neuter programs as well as a feral cat TNR program, to name but a few.

The Doris Day Animal Foundation, http://www.ddaf.org, has the simple and straightforward mission of helping animals and those who love them. DDAF provides funding to other 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations for animal welfare work with specific low-overhead programs, including animal rescue, lifetime care for search and rescue dogs, helping people care for their animals, assisting with care for horses, paying for spay/neuters and other animal-related needs.

About Muttville Senior Dog Rescue: Founded in 2007, Muttville is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to improving the lives of senior dogs. Muttville’s mission is to change the way the world thinks about and treats older dogs and to create better lives for them through rescue, foster, adoption and hospice. Locally, through associations with shelters and other animal organizations, Muttville rescues senior dogs and finds them new homes or provides hospice care. On a global level, Muttville provides information about caring for older dogs and support for people who do.

For more information on Muttville Senior Dog Rescue or to schedule an interview with Founder Sherri Franklin, contact:

Patty Stanton
patty(at)muttville(dot)org
http://www.muttville.org
415 871 8844

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