Voices coordinates a range of activities throughout the year. Our Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project provides sterilizations and vaccinations for feral and unowned free-roaming cats in Central Virginia. Our Houses of Wood and Straw (HOWS) Project provides proper housing, straw bedding, and other comforts for neglected outdoor dogs. Voices for Animals also organizes tablings at community events, action alerts on a variety of animal protection issues, and pet food drives for the needy, doing all we can to create a better world for animals.
HOLIDAY DECORATIONS FROM LYNCH CREEK FARMS
This holiday season consider decorating your house with a wreath, centerpiece, garland or tree from Lynch Creek Farms.
Their decorations are beautiful, fresh, and professionally designed and crafted.
Lynch Creek Farms’ items are made in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way. They don’t cut down trees. Instead, they only use individual boughs from the lower part of the tree.
Their Christmas wreaths are made from noble fir, juniper berries, incense cedar, variegated holly, salal, and ponderosa pine cones.
These beautiful, fresh wreaths are 26″, weigh at least 6 pounds, and include hand-tied bows and ribbons.
They also have gifts for under $30.
Lynch Creek Farms has agreed to donate 20% of your purchase price to Voices for Animals!
Shipping is free to the contiguous United States and there is absolutely no tax unless shipping to Washington State!
Items arrive in 3 to 7 business days. VIP Front-of-the-line service ($2.99) ensures your items arrives in 2 to 6 days.
Of course there are expedited delivery options available also.
These lovely decorations would also make nice gifts for folks on your holiday shopping list. Don’t forget your business associates and clients.
Begin your shopping experience now at Lynch Creek Farms!
VOICES FOR ANIMALS RECEIVES A GENEROUS GRANT FROM TWO MAUDS, INC.
Voices for Animals is pleased to announce that it has received its first-ever grant from Two Mauds, Inc. for $3,000 to support our Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project!
Two Mauds, Inc. is a foundation established by Dr. Dallas Pratt, a psychiatrist who believed in the human-animal bond, was known as a progressive in the field of mental health, and was perhaps the first highly credible voice against biomedical research in the modern animal rights movement.
The foundation now focuses its work on funding affordable spay/neuter projects in the Appalachian area.
Voices for Animals is very grateful to Two Mauds, Inc. for recognizing the vital importance of spaying/neutering in reducing animal suffering and for supporting our work in achieving that goal.
THE CRAFTING FOR CRITTERS EVENT IS RATED A BIG SUCCESS!
A fun, productive and educational time was had by all at the event on Saturday, October 17!
New cat shelters were stacked to the ceiling as participants used their skills to carve Styrofoam containers into warm, dry havens for feral cats in our community. In addition, our participants made cat and dog toys for the less fortunate, four-legged residents of central Virginia.
Door prizes were awarded and folks enjoyed delicious snacks while they worked to make life a bit easier for dogs and cats in our area without much fun in their lives.
We are pleased with the Crafting for Critters Event this year, and we are looking forward to The Second Annual Crafting for Critters Event!
DONATIONS OF PET FOOD ARE URGENTLY NEEDED!
The recent economy has not been kind to any of us, but some people are struggling now to find the resources to feed their pets. Voices for Animals is currently holding a pet food drive to assist low-income people with pet food donations. Can you help us with this pressing need?
Please stop by Pet Supplies Plus in Charlottesville and drop some pet food of your choice in the bin just inside the door for pets of people in need in these difficult times.
Come on out, do some shopping, and help the cats and dogs!
DO YOU HAVE TRAPS?
Have you borrowed Voices for Animals’ traps and forgotten to return them? Do you know anybody who has forgotten to return our traps? We are running really low on traps, and we would appreciate it if you would please return them. Call: 434-979-1200 or Email: email@example.com to make arrangements to get them to us. Thank you!
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