I'm thinking of making various crafts and such (magnets, stickers, buttons and Friendship Bracelets) for a fund raiser. Was looking for input on how well they ight sell and possible prices to sell them for!? Any ideas or input would be helpfull!
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one of the strays in my area is a pregnant female who i would guess is about 2, maybe 3 weeks away from delivering. IF we are able to get her and her kittens, i really can't afford it. i've estimated about $500 for a typical litter size of 4-6.… more ›
www.rachaelray.com/pets/muttmadness/index.php many probably have already heard about and voted in Rachael Ray's Mutt Madness contest, in which 1 animal welfare group will win a $50,000 grand prize! if you've already voted, you might w… more ›
August 5, 2009 | 1 | S.O.S.!
A wonderful dog rescue in Burbank, CA -the German Shepherd Rescue needs help! This great no-kill rescue has saved the lives of many shepherds and have spared no expense to treat the sick ones, take in the strays and the ones they found tied to their … more ›
June 16, 2009 | 4 | Just Curious
I just read one of the zoo news stories about a woman who spent her birthday in the kennel to raise money for her shelter. Has anyone successfully done this? Could you email me specifics on how to run the fund raiser and how much money you were abl… more ›
I would like to help one of my shelters come up with THINK-OUTSIDE-THE-BOX fundraising ideas...anybody have any suggestions? I have done some fundraising in the past, and am looking for new ideas. Things I have already brainst… more ›
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A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›