Thursday, December 19, 2013

You can save an animal’s life this Christmas

Actually – you can save many animal lives this Christmas. Let me tell you how.

The holiday season is all about family, love and celebration. We often express our love for each other with gifts – some which are perfect and cherished and others are, well, let's call them “not well thought out” and usually end up not being worn or used.

It doesn't have to be that way. You can give the perfect gift last minute Christmas gift to that special animal lover in your family or at work. You can feel good about helping an animal in need by funding:

  •          A health check-up from our veterinarian  and vaccinations against disease
  •          A life saving surgery in our clinic
  •          A rescue of an animal in distress
  •         An animal cruelty investigation by our Rescue and Investigations team

Best of all – once you have made your gift online – we will tell you friends and family all about your kind gesture with a beautiful e-card send sent right to their email address.

It’s easy, safe and secure. All you have to do is go to and click on the Heart Warming Gifts button and go shopping!

Do you want to help even more animals? Sign up as the newest member of our PAW Monthly Giving Program. Here, your monthly gift will help an animal each month. PAW giving truly is the best way for you to help the animals at the OHS and makes possible all our work on behalf of the lost, abandoned, neglected and abused animals in our community.

Still not sure – then watch this video and decide. Thanks to CTV and Leanne Cusack we are able to show you just a small sample of the thousands of animals helped each year by PAW Monthly Donors.

Sign up for $21 a month or more and we will send you a terrific OHS PAW T-shirt – remember – that’s only 70 cents a day – much less that a cup of coffee!

Watch our life changing video here and become a holiday hero for the animals in need at the OHS.

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

Rob McCulloch
Director: Development

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