October 21, 2012
I have been faithfully volunteering at the CSRA Human Society for over a year. The organization's heart and soul is focused on the well-being of its animals. For a cause that functions with limited resources, the CSRA Humane Society spares nothing to ensure that the animals are healthy and well cared for. I love my fellow volunteers, but the animals are what keep me coming back and committed to the cause. The single most humbling experience I have had in my life was earning the trust of one of our horribly abused dogs. After repeated interaction, our relationship progressed in baby step increments. Now, he whimpers when he sees me and rolls on his back and then licks my face. I tear up every time that I get to hang out with him. I wish he could speak english. I would love to ask him why me of all people is someone that he could love after the horrific treatment that he endured at the hand of another human being. The CSRA Human Society's commitment to loving their animals unconditionally and refusing to make euthanasia an option is an incredibly honorable and worthy cause. Please help them.
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