Donations to Date
Cintia Salazar Juarez contacted me requesting more help. The shelter rent was due and we were behind. Cintia said: "With Argentina’s rising inflation, the landlord of our shelter incrementally continues to raise the monthly ask. As Argentina’s economy worsens, our peso buys fewer bags of dog food each month, and people here have less money to donate. We are Argentines continue to get squeezed so I looked to Joseph to see if he could send $600 to cover our rent and other expenses. Joseph and you, the folks that have bought cards and t-shirts from Stray But Looking came through for us. I told Joseph, "This time, you rescued me.”
Stray also donated $50 to Second Chance Animal Services
Cintia Salazar Juarez contacted me requesting more help. One of Cintia's 120 disabled dogs needed a serious surgery. We were able to send Cintia $300 to cover the cost of the operation.
We wrote a blog post about Lena Jimenez and her work with street dogs and cats in Mexico City. We were able to send Lena $100 to help her efforts.
When we here at Stray But Looking saw a Facebook post by our friend Cintia saying she needed funds for rent at her shelter, we sent her $300 - enough to cover her electricity bill for the month also. We love to help Cintia, so when you are considering purchasing your next greeting card, please think of us because