*Leech Lake Legacy is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit organization

Envisioning a world where every reservation dog and cat is well cared for

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Thank you to our Legacy of Love Monthly donors!

Aurora - rescued in April, 2013
We would like extend a heartfelt thank you to our Legacy of Love monthly donors. We currently have 9 recurring donors at the following levels:

Bronze level ($25/month):
  • Ahnung (MN)
  • Bobbie G. (MN)
  • Karen S. (MN)
  • Kathy K. (NC)
  • Kelli H. (CA)
  • Janet W.  (MN)
Silver level ($50/month):
  • Herb C. (MN)
  • Terri H. (MN)
  • Vicki N. (MN)

Update on 7/6/13: We have 2 new Legacy of Love supporters join the club in June: Thank you Alisa K (NY) and Barbara K (MN)!

Please consider joining the Legacy of Love monthly donor club ... If we could add even just one more monthly donor each month that would go a LONG way in helping the dogs and cats of Leech Lake Reservation. It's easy to sign up .... Help spread the word. Our programs and services are continuing to grow and we need your support. You can sign up at the bronze level ($25/mth); silver level ($50/mth); gold level ($75/mth); or Platinum level ($100/mth). We are grateful for any level you are able to afford. All donations are 100% tax-deductible!

Visit our Donate page on the Leech Lake Legacy website to become a Legacy of Love monthly donor ....

And here are some recent statistics as of 5/24/13 (our first two years):
  • A total of 1,475 animals have been transferred from Leech Lake Reservation (961 dogs, 513 cats, and 1 duck)
  • Breakdown by year: 2011 - 201; 2012 - 937; 2013 (as of 5/24) - 337
  • Of the 1,475 animals, 75% were transferred to the Animal Humane Society, 12% to Animal Allies in Duluth, MN; and the remaining 14% were transferred to approximately 20 other partner shelters and rescues
  • Leech Lake Legacy has hosted 4 spay/neuter and vaccination clinics in partnership with the Leech Lake Tribal Police. 2 clinics were held in 2012 and 2 clinics have been completed so far in 2013 with two more scheduled (August and October, 2013). 362 dogs/cats were spayed/neutered at the clinics; 207 received wellness checks and vaccinations; 192 animals were surrendered at the clinics and transported to partner shelters to be vetted then placed up for adoption.

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