Our Sunday Selfie #OperationSpayBay is a cry for help on behalf of a small rescue that suffered catastrophically during Hurricane Michael.
Thanks to Layla Morgan Wilde we have learned a huge amount from her important appeal post. A small hard working clinic has had its roof ripped off. Its spay/neuter bus is badly damaged. Anyone who has faced severe weather knows the impact it can have on every pet’s life and the lives of their families whether it’s a shelter family, or a safe forever home.
I cried when I saw the state of the low cost clinic. It’s a total wreck. We need to help.When life is upside down, animals get pushed to the bottom of the list.Click To Tweet
Layla has a list I have copied from her page, that will help YOU decide what you can do to help.
How you can help. Pick a Way!
1) Make a donation, large or small earns big purrs.
2) If you can’t spare a few dollars, you can contribute by sharing this campaign on Facebook, Twitter, regram on Instagram using the hashtag #spaybay #blackcatstellall. Don’t just share once, schedule tweets if you can.
3) Text or tell a cat or dog lover friend.
4) STAY IN TOUCH. They will keep you updated on Layla’s page with new shareable graphics and photos, important and exciting developments but also at the Facebook Page of Operation Spay Bay
5) Shop for needed supplies from the Spay Bay Amazon Wishlist
6) Follow us for updates and fundraising giveaways at Cat Wisdom 101 and our Instagram community @blackcatsofIG including free autographed copies* of our book for anyone who donates $100 or more.
7) COSTS ZERO
The aftermath of survival takes its toll on every level. Yes, donations of money and supplies go a long way, but so does kindness and small acts of compassion.
Layla is driven to do this, as I was to help Bootsie several years ago. Someone special needs help. The chance to help and change worlds is here in one of the options Layla gives us in her list.
#OperationSpayBay Needs Us All Now
I have donated to #OperationSpayBay because people did not turn away when I asked for help with Bootsie. People stepped up to help a cat who was frightened and alone. Unless #OperationSpayBay keeps the momentum of the spay/neuter program and clinic going there will be a lot more frightened cats and kittens arriving in an area that is still recovering from Hurricane Michael.
Marjorie and Harvey
So lucky not to have to face
a Hurricane like Michael