Even at Christmas, some people can still find time to be cruel to animals. When a woman went to the dumpster behind her building, amidst all the bags of garbage, she heard a frantic cry for help. Tearing open the bag, she found a beautiful orange ball of fur inside.  Bedraggled and helpless, someone had left this poor little ten week old kitten to die of cold and starvation. 

 

How could someone do this at Christmas or for that matter at any time of year?  Now warm and safe, as we search for a permanent loving family for him, we need to provide him with food, shelter and veterinary care.   Not only does this cute little guy need your help, but we need to work harder to track down and punishh those criminals responsible, because you and I are all that stand between animals and those who want to harm them.

Dubbed, "Rudolph" after his namesake who led Santa and his reindeer to safety bringing toys and happiness to children around the world, "Rudolph" is a beacon of hope for other animals just like him, orphaned, abandoned and alone in the night. Your kindness and your donations are hard at work caring for orphans of the night like "Rudolph" and with your help The Humane Society of Canada can help even more animals during this Christmas Season and the Holidays.

To make a donation 24/7 please call our toll free number 1-800-641-5463 or visit us at www.humanesociety.com

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In challenging a world whose attitudes and conditions often defy human hope, with your kindness and generosity, we are making a difference for animals and people like you who care about them,

Michael O'Sullivan

Chairman & CEO

The Humane Society of Canada

 

 

CONTACT: Michael O'Sullivan by toll free 1-800-641-KIND or Michael on his cell phone (416) 876-9685 or at www.humanesociety.com via twitter at www.twitter.com/HSCanada and on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Humane-Society-of-Canada/211468055538280

 

[For more than 17 years, Al Hickey was the Chief Executive of the BC SPCA and before that headed up the Alberta and BC Chambers of Commerce, and was the Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver. He has been The HSC Western Regional Director for over 12 years. He has 4 children and 6 grandchildren. For his lifetime of achievement dedicated to helping people, animals and the environment, we have bestowed upon him our prestigious Heroes for Animals Award, shared by only a handful of people and organizations.

 

A father with two children, and a houseful of dogs and cats, Michael O'Sullivan has worked across Canada and in over 110 countries during the last 40 years helping people, animals and nature.]

 

The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) works to protect dogs, cats, horses, birds, rabbits and small animals, livestock, lab animals, wildlife and the environment. We carry out hands on programs to help animals and nature, mount rescue operations, expose cruelty through hard hitting undercover investigations, work to pass laws to protect animals, use a multidisciplinary approach, support animal shelters and wildlife rehabilitation centres, and spread the word about how to help animals and nature through humane education.

 

The only organization of its kind, seven days a week, The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) works across the street, across Canada and around the world helping people, animals and the environment.

 

The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) depends entirely on donations to support our programs to help animals and the environment. All donations are gratefully acknowledged with a receipt for income tax purposes. If you would like to support our educational campaigns that protect animals and the environment please make a donation here. Because when it comes to fighting cruelty and violence, we don’t give up. Ever.