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Your Annual Fund Drive gift will transform lives for homeless pets in New Mexico.
Pets like Milo & Otis, a cat and dog who had been living together on the mesa south of Albuquerque — taking refuge from the elements under an abandoned truck.
After a concerned woman had gained their trust by visiting them with food and water for several weeks, she was able to bring them to Animal Humane where your generosity made it possible for us to care for them..
We noticed that Milo, a 1-year-old Domestic Short Hair, and Otis, an 8-month-old Shepard cross. both became nervous when they were separated.
Reuniting them after their sterilization surgeries, it was clear they were bonded and needed to stay together. Shy Otis blossomed when Milo was with him. And, the sweet feline enjoyed checking on his pup after making the rounds for loving strokes from our Adoptions Team.
In 2017, Animal Humane New Mexico gave 4,082 homeless cats and dogs a new start. We know that each one is worthy of love, snuggles and a life as someone’s perfect pet, but we cannot give them that opportunity without your help.
Because of your generosity, Milo and Otis were able to remain a dynamic duo, and they were adopted into the same loving home after only 7 days in our care.
Please help us meet the needs of the thousands of homeless cats, dogs, puppies and kittens who will need Animal Humane, and you, in 2018 by making an Annual Fund Drive gift today.