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There's still time to give a second chance ... we just did. If you've already made a year-end gift to help the homeless pets at the SPCA -- thank you so much. If you haven't, I want you to know it's not too late to make a huge impact for the pets in our care. You can give a second chance to a pet like "Brownie" pictured above. This 6-year-old terrier mix came to the SPCA Adoption Center on December 17, 2014 for his second chance at life. Brownie is completely blind but he still deserves all the love and attention we can give him.This dog deserves the very best and with your help we can make sure he gets it. Your year-end gift will ensure we are able to give Brownie, and all the other pets at the SPCA, the second chance they need. Please help Brownie with your generous gift. No amount is too small to make a difference!
With tremendous gratitude,
Kim Janzen Executive Director
PS: Did you know we rely on donations to operate our rescue efforts? We do not receive funding from national groups. Your gift truly matters!
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