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Hello Cena ~
I’m writing to ask if you’d do a fellow pet/cat lover a huge favor?
Would you share the link to a special page I’ve made… one that potentially will help save the lives of over 100+ kittens & cats?
The page is at http://www.facebook.com/SaveMeezerRanch. If you’ll read the “about” section (long as it is, but needs to be), it will tell the entire story about the Texas Siamese Cat Rescue center – fondly known as ‘Meezer Ranch’ – and why I need to get as many people as I possibly can to visit this page… “LIKE” and then SHARE the page with all of their friends and contacts. I need to boost the “like” count in large volume, and quickly. Our rescue is in danger of being closed down after December 31st of this year; and if that happens, the local animal control will come in to take all the cats in our care, and bring them to the shelter… a very high-KILL shelter, which is always over-crowded, and they euthanize any & all pets – claiming the lack of space as their reason. We at TXSR are a NO-KILL facility, and we are doing all we can… as fast as we can… to keep this from happening. But we need help! Help that you can easily give, just by sharing our link/page/story with your readers.
By having everyone like, then share with everyone they know, it helps get our message “around the world” – both figuratively and literally – because that is what it’s going to take to pull off the miracle these cats that we care for need. So they can continue to call ‘Meezer Ranch’ their temporary home while waiting to be adopted (and should that never occur, they live their entire life with us – we care for them, no matter how long). We *never* euthanize a cat in out care, unless our vet deems theirs a hopeless medical case; and even then, it has to go before our board of directors, on a case-by-case basis. We promise each and every one of them when they arrive that they will always be safe here with us. And we’ve never broken that promise.
Please help us to continue to make good on that promise! Please… read our story on the “about” page, learn about the good we’ve done – from our milestone of helping save *20,000* cats earlier this year… to helping youth (Girl Scouts, etc.), Seniors, and others in the community… be it learning how to care for a pet… providing volunteer opportunities for retired folks who are looking to do something meaningful… and other community service options that all add up to saving lives. Everyone, cat and human, comes out a winner. Then, the page will tell you why we’re in desperate need – and what we need to do to succeed. Then, if you agree that what we do is important, please tell your readers/fans about us; share our page link, ask them to go like our page, share us with their friends, and HELP us save these cats & kittens. They don’t deserve to pay the ultimate price – they’ve done nothing wrong. With your help… I can make a miracle happen for the rescue, the cats, and the core of us volunteers that want to continue doing what we do for these animals.
I believed in this rescue so much, when the new director took over, that I packed up and left everything I knew – and moved from California to Texas, just to be a part of this team. I’m not rich, I’m a disabled veterinary technician; creating this appeal, getting this page out there, was all I could think to do to help. And even though it’s just getting ‘off the ground’, it’s working. People are helping, people are sharing, people are donating. Not everyone can, of course, and that’s fine – if they just keep it going forward, I believe this will work. It *has* to. None of us wants to see these sweet babies die.
I hope you’ll find it in your heart to give us a share… and ask your fans to do the same. Every cat under our roof thanks you from the bottom of their furry little hearts – as do we, the humans who love them. Thanks so much for your time…. I really appreciate it!
Hi Deb. I have just like your page. Is there anything way I can help you to gain more awareness for your shelter do let me know.
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