providing a place for 20 orphaned animals to call home
(PRWEB) November 28, 2012
On November 25, 2012 Day.com caught wind of an incredible story of owners, Bob and Debbie Valenti, who own an automall providing a place for 20 orphaned animals to call home while they were being sold. The Valenti’s contribute to a lot of community events and this happens to be the second animal adoption day they have had. Along with the Valenti’s, the Groton Animal Foundation and the Pawcatuck-based Stonington Animal Rescue Project were at the event to help contribute by collecting toys, food and treats for all the animals in need.
Many of these animals were homeless because of hurricane Sandy. Not only did this storm destroy a lot of people’s property and buildings, but it also destroyed people’s lives. Many of the victims from this hurricane had to find alternate places to live, leaving them no choice but to give up their beloved pets. There were animals from all different walks of life at this event. Animals from homes that needed to be repaired from the damage of Sandy, others from homes that could not afford to have a pet anymore, and animals that have been living on the street for a long time even before this storm came through, and of course, they needed to find a good home as well.
Most of the animals that were at the event were given away, except for a few dogs from local pounds. The Valenti’s explain that it isn’t about the money. At the end of the day, it’s about providing a safe and friendly environment for these animals to call home.
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