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How to Help Found Animals on Giving Tuesday

Happy Giving Tuesday! As a non-profit organization, Michelson Found Animals thrives thanks to the generosity of Dr. Gary Michelson and caring people like you! There are several ways you can contribute to Found Animals during this Month of Giving and Giving Tuesday.

Make an Online Donation.

The fastest and easiest way to help Found Animals is to make an online donation. The online form only takes seconds to complete. Feel free to donate any amount – every dollar helps and every contribution is greatly appreciated!

Buy a Cute Customized Pet ID Tag – Designed by Us!

Your pet needs an ID tag, even if they are an indoor animal. It’s the easiest way for a lost pet to get home safe and sound – and fast. But why settle for a boring tag? Our top-notch staff designer whipped up these super adorable customized ID tags. There are options for dogs and cats. There are even special holiday designs for Christmas, Hanukkah and more! And the best part? A portion of the proceeds helps  homeless dogs and cats.

Buy Anything on Amazon. Seriously.

Shop anything on Amazon through a link on our site and we’ll get a portion of the proceeds. Pretty cool, eh? So even if you buy a gift for your uncle who hates animals, some of the money helps save pets. Ha!

Shop Our Online Store.

Check out our online store for some terrific Found Animals swag. We’ve also partnered with awesome vendors, like ModCloth and Raw Paws Pet Food, that give a portion of proceeds to Found Animals. In other words, if you make a purchase, some of the money goes to helping save dogs and cats.

Volunteer at a Shelter like Adopt & Shop.

If you can’t afford to make a donation, donate some of your time! Volunteer at your local shelter. If you’re in the Southern California area, we would love your help at our Adopt & Shop stores in Culver City and Lakewood. These locations pull animals from shelters in the area and adopt them out to loving families.

Not in SoCal? That’s okay too! There are shelters, rescues and animal control locations all over the country. These organizations need help caring for animals – walking dogs, cleaning out cat condos and more. You get to spend time with adorable pets and it’s for a great cause.

Adopt or Foster a Pet.

There are so many wonderful cats and dogs looking for their furever home. Whether you want a puppy, kitten, adult animal or senior pet, you can find your perfect four-legged friend at our Adopt & Shop stores. If you’re not sure you’re up for the lifetime commitment of a new pet, you can also foster animals. Our Kitten Foster Project always needs foster parents for kitten litters that are still not old enough to spay, neuter and adopt out to loving families. Our dogs also need fosters.

Thank you so much for being a part of the Found Animals community!

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