*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

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Thank you to our Legacy of Love Monthly Donors

LLL volunteer Jenna and foster pup Lake
We would  like to send a heartfelt thanks to our Legacy of Love monthly donors. We currently have 20 recurring donors:

- Marilou, in memory of Ahnung
- Janet W (MN)
- Bobbi G (MN)
- Vicki N (MN)
- Kelli H (CA)
- Karen S (MN)
- Kathy K (NC)
- Terri H (MN)
- Herb C (MN)
- Alisa K (NY)
- Barbara K (MN)
- Craig B (MN)
- Kathleen R (MN)
- Jessica B (MN)
- Janet W (MN)
- Kathleen G (MN)
- Carl and Mary S (MN)
- Thomas S (MN)

2/2/2014 Update - We have 2 new Legacy of Love Monthly Donors!!
- Lori L (MN)
- Nancy and Tom O. (MN)

We have a lot planned for 2014. Our Legacy of Love monthly donors funded our December, 2013 and January 2014 Great Puppy Roundups, where 87 animals were surrendered and transported to partner shelters and rescues. Every week we have transports arriving from northern Minnesota. We transport animals from Leech Lake Reservation and Red Lake Reservation. In 2014, we are also hosting an event every month: 4 spay/neuter and wellness clinics and 8 Great Puppy Roundup. To view our 2014 calendar click here. We are launching the Ituha Animal Care Project and will continue to provide shelter for outside reservation dogs through the Yukon Project.

We need your support. 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. Please help spread the word. We are grateful for any level you are able to afford. All donations are 100% tax-deductible!

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

Henrietta after her warm, swirling bath
Your donation and support will help animals like Henrietta who was found on Leech Lake Reservation in early December almost frozen to death with a bad case of demodectic mange. The thermometer wouldn't even register when she was brought in because her body temperature was so low. The clinic staff immediately put her in a warm, swirling bath and brought her temperature back to normal. We call her our "Miracle Girl" because she survived after being so close to death.

Henrietta was brought down to the cities on an emergency mid-week transport and is now in a loving foster home with our partner Pooches United with People.

By becoming a Legacy of Love monthly donor, you will help us continue to help the Henriettas. Consider making a monthly donation in honor, or memory of a loved one ....

Henrietta shortly after she arrived at her foster home.
Henrietta .. healing nice, and still loving the laundry basket!

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