Helping Animals With A Great Cause
Can you believe how close to 2018? we are. Its closer then we want, are you going to be looking for a new and exciting calendar. There’s an awesome calendar I have had my eye on, Tails Of Rescuemen USA is perfect. Tails of RescueMen 2018 calendars which includes the real stories and photos of inspirational men who have rescued their companion animals.
Each month includes photos of a featured RescueMan with their companion animal(s) and the real story of how they came together. The mission of the calendar is to promote the importance to adopt, NOT shop and showcase how wonderful shelter/rescue animals can be. The goal is to find them ALL their forever homes!
Casting directorJen Halpern (President of Pillows for Paws) and actressFelicia Greenfield (President of Grandpa Dave’s Creature Comforts) are creators of the RescueMen USA campaign and it was developed as a way to grow awareness about the “#AdoptDontShop” movement.
- Lee Suggs –Former NFL Running Back
- Zach Skow– Full Time Dog Rescuer & Founder ofMarley’s Mutts
- Gene Baur – Founder of Farm Sanctuary
- David Santiago – Security Guard & Award-Winning CosplayerCap Santiago
- John Purdy – Actor & Animal Groomer
- Virgil Ocampo – Photographer
- Joe DiPaolo – Barber, Sanitation Worker & inspiration for “The Joey DiPaolo Story“
- Matt& Peter Nesi – Real Estate Agent & Actor/Model
- Conner Lambert– Student at University of Delaware
- Dave Juan – Professional Surfer,Surf Shop Owner, & Model
- Lawrence Tuitt – Krav Maga Practitioner
- Luke Pechmann – In training for his 4th US Olympic SwimTrials
With a $25 contribution, donors will receive a gift of their own 2018 Tails of RescueMen USA calendar. Donations to the RescueMen Campaign benefit its umbrella organization,Pillows for Paws, a 501(c)3 non-profit 100% volunteer-run group that donates essential material items to shelter cats, dogs, and rabbits on a monthly basis to homeless animals at Animal Care Centers of NYC.
This is the best and I love the fact, that they use the money for good, Homeless animals come into a shelter having been abused, abandoned, or neglected, with most of them beyond frightened. Supporting their emotional stability is important to the overall well being of an animal as they spend time in a traumatic shelter environment.
Healthy, stimulated and relaxed shelter animals are more likely to be adopted. This is everyone’s goal!