Thanks to you, Don’t Be Cruel was able to attend the Puppy Rescue Motorcycle Ride at Tramontin Harley Davidson in Hope, NJ. The ride was to benefit the Puppy Rescue Mission whose mission is to fundraise and assist in pet rescue, foster and re-homing when needed, in particular pets of soldiers, especially those deployed in war zones. They assists with requests, logistics, administration and fund-raising for the adopted stray dogs of war rescued by and bonded with soldiers. This may include vet care, supplies, transport and related issues. They work with or through other organizations that help our soldiers bring their companion animals home from war.
Don’t Be Cruel donated almost $400.00 worth of collars and leases, click n stays, poop bags and pods. We couldn’t have done it without all of you – our supporters and loyal customers!
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Back in November, Don’t be Cruel learned from a good friend, David Stetson, about a dog named Pauly:
“This is Pauly the Pitbull. He was found in a ditch in Paterson. Someone left him there to die. He got brought in to my girl’s job. She works for Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital. They are going to be doing a fundraiser to help pay for some of his medical bills so he could become healthy again.”
Thanks to everyone who donated, Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital and the Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge, Pauly made a full recovery! Here’s the update:
“For those of you who remember Pauly the Pitbull…he is doing better and is now living with his new sister and is happy and healthy… thank you guys for sharing and donating.”
We love beautiful endings like these! Thank you, David for keeping us updated. So happy to hear that Pauly is living the good life!
Thanks to everyone who purchased Don’t Be Cruel items at the Westampton, NJ pet event, we were able to donate to the Burlington County Animal Shelter.
This past weekend, Don’t Be Cruel attended Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter’s Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest. The event gave the shelter volunteers an opportunity to raise money for their pets through raffles, bake sales and vendors. Families were able to participate in fun events like tattoos for kids, digital pet photos, paw prints, live music and more.
Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter was founded in 2010 as a volunteer group devoted to supporting the animals of the Burlington County Animal Shelter. Though they are close partners, Friends of BCAS is a separate organization from the shelter itself.
Check out our pictures from the event!