VALERIE UPDATE!!

Little Valerie has our on 10 pounds and is learning to party! Thank you again to Chris Huvane for donating $1000 towards the cost of her surgery which saved Valerie’s life and to everyone who continues to donate and support our efforts. Video of Valerie to come! #valeriewins #honoraryhippo UPDATE FROM HER FAMILY! Valerie is doing very well, with an excellent report and clean bill of health from a recent visit to Dr. Liz.. Her energy level continues to improve, and she is energetic through a daily two mile walk and visits to the park. The biggest reward for Tim and Monica
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NEW MERCHANDISE FOR 7 DAYS ONLY!!

Two unisex tees are available now! One in a light grey v-neck and one crew neck in the the color Kaley’s wearing. They will only be available for 7 DAYS! So grab while you can! BUY HERE https://www.bonfire.com/sufp-educate/ We are currently organizing the 2nd annual Spay/Neuter Angel Day happening the first week of April and proceeds from this shirt will help with that. Last year the SUFP Foundation spay/neutered 428 animals in 8 cities by funding 9 free clinics. This year we are hoping to do more, which will likely cost over $40,000.00. This initiative is one we’re very proud
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COURTESTY POST!!!

This big blue goof, Jamie, is a volunteer favorite at the Wake County Animal Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. He came in after being seized in early December and was then on protective custody hold until his case was settled. He went to the adoption floor after his hold, and started winning over the dog walkers. He’s quite nice on a leash (unless he’s really gotta potty!), is a gentleman with the ladies, and is a pretty laid back dude. Here’s the problem: he’s gotten so barrier frustrated that he’s been acting horrible to staff and customers through the kennel on
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SUFP CREATES AND DONATES DOG IN HOT CAR KITS

Many of you may remember the incident Rebecca Corrh had this summer with my local law enforcement when she came upon two dogs left in a hot car. The police officers who arrived (7 of them) did not know the law in California states is for them or citizens so smash the glass to get the dogs out of a hot car and some of them were afraid of the dogs. While Rebecca was furious and made that known,  she decided to use that anger in a positive way by finding a solution and offering help instead of fueling further
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