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A Day in the Life of Their Paws

Animal Behavior College employee, Sueann, helps raise funds to feed and care for shelter dogs. Sueann has volunteered to share a cage with two shelter dogs at the Brittany Foundation in a local Agua Dulce, No-kill shelter. Your donations will free her and feed them!

Sueann volunteers to sit in a dog kennel for 24 hours, to raise awareness and funds to support the Brittany Foundation.


Sueann is going to be sitting in a cage all day on Saturday 10/19.  She is going to be living the life of a shelter dog for 24 hours.

The goal is donations to raise money for  http://www.brittanyfoundationonline.org/

Here is the letter Sueann sent us:

Hi Everyone,

I know you guys love dogs so please support me at Day In Their Paws on Oct. 19.  All teams are trying to raise funds that will help the Brittany Foundation, a no kill dog rescue in Agua Dulce. These funds raised will assist the Brittany Foundation to operate throughout the year.

How does it work? Simply by volunteers like myself sitting in a kennel for up to 24 hours (1440 minutes) with adoptable dog(s). You can buy my freedom at the low cost of $1 per minute. Any size donation is appreciated and tax-deductible, too.  Just click here (http://www.brittanyfoundationonline.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=48&Itemid=67), and find me on the site and click donate.  Thank you so much!

I would love for you to come to our open house on Oct. 19 from noon – 4 p.m. and meet our fantastic volunteers and dogs. It’s free, fun, and there will be trick or treating, too! Thanks so much…and tell a friend.
Thank You for your help,

SueAnn O’Connor – Volunteer for Brittany Foundation

As we said Sueann is going to be sitting in a cage all day on Saturday 10/19. The President and Vice President of Animal Behavior College have already donated to the cause. And, they are not the only ones.
If you would like to donate on Sueann’s behalf, please visit the link:

http://www.brittanyfoundationonline.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=48&Itemid=67

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