Reduce your tax liability with Brother Wolf!
Posted by eemilla on December 30, 2009
From a Brother Wolf Animal Rescue email:
Because you cared.
For animal rescuers, there’s no better feeling than to be able to say “Yes, we can help.” To a family who can’t keep their pet because of financial, medical, or housing issues; to a caring person who found an abused, abandoned or lost animal;to a shelter worker who wants to give one special dog or cat another chance. There’s only one way we can do all of this: with the support of friends like you!
This year, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has made amazing strides.With your help, we have…
– Found homes for 212 CATS and 556 DOGS,almost triple the number from 2008. Among them, a black lab puppy named Zax rescued from a high-kill shelter, shown in this video meeting his new family!
– Transported over 75 puppies to rescues in the northeast
– Assisted local families in spaying and neutering over 150 pets and promoted trap-neuter-return of feral cats
– Opened our no-kill shelter Pet Soup to house dogs and cats awaiting a foster or permanent home and to operate our Thrift and Gift Shop
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are volunteer run and exist solely on the help of our wonderful supporters! When a sick, injured, or special needs pet comes along who requires a little extra TLC, we rely on your gift to give that dog or cat every chance for a healthy, happy life.
We can’t do it without you.
Your 2009 tax-deductible gift can do so much….
$25… PROVIDES TESTING FOR HEARTWORM OR FELINE LEUKEMIA
$55… WILL SPAY OR NEUTER ONE CAT OR DOG
$75… HELPS OFFSET WELLNESS EXAMINATION AND PRE-ADOPTION FEES
$100… COVERS AVERAGE FOOD AND BOARDING COSTS
$500… CURES A DOG INFECTED WITH HEARTWORMS
$800… PAYS FOR LIFESAVING TREATMENT OF A PUPPY SICK WITH PARVO
As a special thank you gift for your donation of $20 or more, we’ll send you a copy of our tights & tails 2010 calendar, a gorgeous collection of images by photographer Laura Grant featuring some special Brother Wolf pets and the lovely ladies of Asheville’s own Bombs Away Cabaret.