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Life is Better Rescue will be at our partner PetSmart #1457 (8500 W Crestline Ave, Littleton) for the National Adoption weekend from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Adopt a pet and receive a FREE bag of Purina Pro Plan brand pet food for your new dog or cat. Plus other valuable coupons.
Saturday, May 17, 2014: Mega Adoption Event at PetCo
Life is Better Rescue will be at PetCo in Golden (17132 W Colfax Avenue, Golden) from 9 am to 2 pm. We will have dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies available for adoption.
Life Is Better Rescue will be hosting a golf tournament at Legacy Ridge Golf Course located at 10801 Legacy Ridge Parkway in Westminster on June 13, 2014 with an 8:00 am shotgun start. Entry fee per player is $130 or $500 for a foursome and includes 18 holes of golf and lunch.
To purchase tickets to play in the tournament, you may use the PayPal button below or by contacting us at LIBRgolf@gmail.com.
If you own a business, please also consider sponsoring one of the 18 holes. Sponsor’s name and/or logo will be included in promotional materials for the event, on our website and on a placard at the hole.
Our t-shirt fundraiser with For Love Of All Things (FLOAT) has ended. Thank you to everyone who purchased merchandise and thank you to FLOAT for such a successful event.
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The 2014 LIBR spokeskitten is Boots. Boots was rescued from euthanasia at barely 2 weeks old when she was dropped of at a municipal shelter with both of her rear feet cut off.
Being saved from euthansia and being bottle fed until she was able to eat on her own was just the beginning of this little girl's long road to recovery. She has learned to walk with "house slippers" and will eventually need surgery to clean up the ends of her legs to help with the permanent fitting of prosthetics. Read more about Boots' story here.
Could you help us get Boots for Boots? Even just by sharing this campaign, you can make the difference for a single cat, and any number of other animals we may be called upon to help.
What’s $5 or more if you can make the dream of a pain-free existence for a cat like Boots a reality for the rest of her days?
Please consider giving today – to help give Boots a better tomorrow. You can donate easily through PayPal or Colorado Gives using the buttons below.
Thank you for your time and generosity!
Bert is a 15 year old purebred schnauzer that was saved as an act of mercy as his owners dumped him at animal control when they decided he was taking too long to die. He has a heart condition and is on medication but we see his rescue as being more of a hospice situation. An animal should never be forced to die is a scary and unloving place like a shelter after a lifetime of love as a pet because the humans they call owners are unwilling to give him the love he deserves towards the end of his life. Although Bert is not technically up for adoption, if you would be interested in donating to his care as he transitions over the rainbow bridge, please use the PayPal button below.