SHAKESPEARE ANIMAL FUND Overview
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PO Box 8201
To many of us a $50 medical bill at the vet is nothing, but for an elderly person on a fixed income, a single mother, a student, and for many others, it's an impossibility. So what do you do if you love your animal but can't afford to pay the bill? Shakespeare Animal Fund, a non-profit charity, was founded after the loss of beloved cocker spaniel Shakespeare. He died after a very costly illness, and in his memory this fund was founded to help others who might face financial problems while trying to save their pets.
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(A public thank you to Marlow at Shakespeare Animal Fund) Marlow, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. I know that you felt that your contribution to a very special doggie's surgery wouldn't make much of a difference, but it did. Every bit added up to reach the goal and help her get what she ... more »
The people behind the Shakespeare Animal Fund are so passionate about the work they are doing for animals, and are to be saluted. It is exemplary in every way and a model for any cause, whether it be pets or humans, as we all know that reaching out is the best gift to oneself... more »