A Holiday Appeal for the Animals
In 2013, Independent Animal Rescue continued to carry out its mission by
restoring homeless, sick, hungry, and abandoned animals to lives of
health and happiness. We served 1,779 cats and dogs so far this year, a
milestone we would not have been able to achieve without the help of
community members like you. We thank you for being part of this
As this year comes to a close, we ask you to take a moment to support our animals with a generous donation. Your gift will help us defray the cost of food, essential supplies, medications, and veterinary care for hundreds of dogs and cats in 2014, and meet our critical goal of raising $30,000 by year’s end.
Roanoke (right) was filthy, emaciated, and dying from starvation when a compassionate Coast Guard member rescued him from the median of a busy highway. He was so weak from starvation that she had to spoon-feed him, but he looked up at her with such gratitude that it made her cry. To ensure his story had a happy ending IAR paid for his veterinary treatment and brought him into its foster program. Now well-fed and affectionate, Roanoke is just waiting for a loving family like yours!
Will you help our volunteers help animals like Seraphina and Roanoke in 2014?
programs are entirely volunteer-run and supported solely by the
financial support of the community. Thanks to the generosity of our
donors and the dedicated work of our volunteers, we can guarantee that
the animals we help are never alone, hungry, sick, afraid, or in pain.
Any amount you decide to donate—no amount is too small—will be very much
appreciated and make a difference in the lives of the animals we serve.
From all of us at Independent Animal Rescue, I wish you a joyous holiday season!
President, Independent Animal Rescue
Home for the Holidays!
Congratulations to Patches, Downy, Pepper, Poppy , Gouda, Brie, Miss Fluffy, McDuff, Violet, Oreo Cookie
Post Office Box 14232, Durham, NC 27709-4232