Change for Chained Dogs: You vs ...
Music was nothing more than skin and bones when PETA’s Community Animal Project (CAP) workers found him—without food or water—and with nothing but a rusty pile of junk for shelter. He was shivering in freezing weather, trapped at the end of a heavy chain.
Dogs like Music (Rikus, Queenie, and others) are relying on you to help provide them with the most basic of things—a warm place to lie their heads down at night, and a shelter from the heat of summer, and the frigid air of winter.
Although getting everyone you know to kick their meat habit might be hard, getting them on board with helping abused and neglected dogs is usually pretty easy—most people can’t imagine treating a dog this way. Why not get your friends, family, classmates, or even teachers involved, and compete to raise the most money you can for these animals in need? Here are a few easy ideas to get started:
- Have one of your parents take a donation jar to their work, and take our downloadable letter to your teacher to have them agree to place in your classroom.
- Get your friends or family to create a personal fundraising page and promote it online. Try to raise as much money as you can for needy dogs by the end of the month!
Good luck! Comment below with who you plan on competing with this week and e-mail us if you have any questions or need any help!