Rogue Valley Humane Society!

Well done the team!

Yesterday morning Jean and I travelled the short distance into Grants Pass to visit Margaret and the rest of the team at Rogue Valley Humane Society, RVHS. As their website proclaims: Helping Our Community, Four Paws at a Time.

Here’s why we went to meet the team.

If you drop across to my page where I offer my book for sale you will read that:

Please do find your way to supporting our pets in need. For 50% of the net proceeds from the sale of my book are being donated to our local Rogue Valley Humane Society. Every cent makes a positive difference!

Well many of you, dear people, have made a positive difference, as the following pictures illustrate.

Yours truly passing a cheque to the value of $750 to Margaret Varner, Director of Facility Operations.
Yours truly passing a cheque to the value of $750 to Margaret Varner, Director of Facility Operations at RVHS.

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Explaining what had just been donated to Autzen in the office of RVHS.
Explaining to Authentic the dog in the office of RVHS what has just been donated.
Being thanked in only a way that dogs can properly thank someone!
Being thanked in the only way that dogs can properly thank someone!

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Gorgeous shot of Jeannie and Autzen.
Gorgeous shot of Jeannie and Authentic.

So a tremendous vote of thanks to everyone that has purchased my book for this is what your generosity delivers!

Going to write a little more about the Humane Society tomorrow.

14 thoughts on “Rogue Valley Humane Society!

    1. John,

      It’s been a while since we were over at the Society’s premises and yesterday was a very wet day weather wise.

      But the atmosphere of care and loving and happiness for what these good people were doing was unmistakable!

      Something you and your dear lady would recognize from your support of MaxMello down there in Bazil.

      1. I have so much admiration for the rescuers, like Jean was in Mexico. They have the biggest hearts, and see the absolute worst of things.

      2. You know I had never realized that before, the two sides of the coin as it were. Despite Jean having said she could never be a volunteer at RVHS for she wouldn’t be able to stop bringing dogs home! Not sure I could even face the pain of seeing so many dogs and cats in need.

      3. And to rescue the abused ones. To find them, then live in that lag time before they are freed. I wouldn’t be able to sleep. I don’t have the disposition for it. I’d be physically ill.

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