Betty White was an American Icon who entertained and brought joy to generations of viewers. On what would have been her 100th birthday, we are joining the #bettywhitechallenge and donating $5 to a local animal shelter. Here are a few in our area if you’re looking to join in!
MetroWest Humane Society – https://metrowesthumanesociety.org/
An advocate for animal welfare, MWHS focuses on the well-being of cats in the Metrowest Boston area, including finding loving homes or providing life-long care while educating the community and reducing the feral/stray cat population.
MWHS is a volunteer-led, non-profit, no-kill shelter dependent on charitable donations.
Baypath Humane Society – https://baypathhumane.org/
Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton is dedicated to providing shelter, care, humane treatment, and loving homes for stray or unwanted companion animals. We seek to serve our community by fostering relationships, promoting education, and making a positive impact on pet overpopulation.
Maple Farm Sanctuary – http://www.maplefarmsanctuary.org/
Maple Farm Sanctuary is an animal sanctuary providing lifelong homes for abused, abandoned and unwanted farmed animals while promoting veganism and respect for all life through public information. Maple Farm Sanctuary has taken in a fraction of the billions of farmed animals that are bought, sold, tormented and slaughtered by the meat, dairy and fur industries.
At Maple Farm Sanctuary, we strive to treat both humans and non-humans as individuals who are worthy of compassion and respect, where we pursue a vegan diet and a non-violent lifestyle and where our stewardship of these 120 acres of beautiful Massachusetts farmland and wildlife habitat is a sacred trust.
Sato Project – https://thesatoproject.org/
My niece and nephew doggies came to us through the SATO project! Love you Izzy and Clyde!
The Sato Project is dedicated to rescuing abused and abandoned dogs from Puerto Rico. There are currently an estimated 500,000 stray dogs roaming the island’s streets and beaches. With no access to food, fresh water, or veterinary care, many of these dogs are living daily lives of severe suffering. The municipal shelter system is drastically overwhelmed, with only five shelters across all 78 of the island’s municipalities. These shelters have a combined euthanasia rate of over 94%. For thousands of stray and abandoned dogs across Puerto Rico, we are their only hope.