I lost my beloved Mother to a heart attack.  She had two heart attacks prior to the one that took her Home to be with our Heavenly Father.
Please click HERE to visit the site of
The American Heart Association.
I will continue to update this page as approval is received from each organization I have contacted.
I strongly support The Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
Not because my daughter worked in their Spay/Neuter Clinic for many
years  as a Vet Assistant, but for what they stand for and for the many
people who volunteer their time to help with adoptions,
feeding the stray and unwanted animals in their facility, and for keeping
their cages neat and clean.
I adopted Blackie Too from The Humane Society of Southern Arizona
on June 11, 1998. the same day we lost our beloved Blackie to
addison's disease.
Blackie Too was an unclaimed stray (my luck!).
As a responsible pet owner, I had him neutered and microchipped.
He has brought such joy and mischief into this house and has grown from
a 28 pound, 3 month old unclaimed stray black lab/shepherd mix to
a happy, healthy 82 pound lap dog.
And so to The Humane Society of Southern Arizona I say "Thank You"
for allowing me to adopt my beautiful Blackie Too.
Click HERE to see Blackie's memorial.
Click HERE to see Blackie Too's page.
Click on the logo above to visit The Humane Society of
Southern Arizona's website.

A special "Thank You" to John Walsh for establishing
this wonderful association, for putting out the pictures
of missing children, for bringing most of them safely
home  to their parents.
My condolences to The Walsh Family on the loss of
their beautiful little boy, Adam.  My prayers are with
your family still.  God Bless!
This page was last updated on: January 29, 2007
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