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Happy Holidays from Pets America
Pets America

December, 2010

Pets America
Saving the Lives of Pets and the People Who Love Them
December 2010
Dear Jacqueline,

As the holiday season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and those who helped to support Pets America in a most significant way.

Because of your donations and support over the past year, our
Pet Oxygen Mask Initiative reached 24 States across the U.S. with the distribution of over 135 pet oxygen mask sets. We are hoping to increase our our reach and positive impact even more in 2011!
Press~Journal photo by Debra Schell~ Highspire Fire Chief Bob Condran, left, and Samuel Rittner III demonstrate the use of a pet oxygen mask on a dog. The mask is one of three donated to the fire company by Rittner's mother, Marylou, after a fire that resulted in the death of two dogs.
Highspire (PA) Fire Chief Bob Condran, left, and Samuel Rittner III demonstrate the use of a pet oxygen mask on a dog. The mask is one of three donated to the fire company by Rittner's mother, Marylou Rittner. Photo by Debra Schell

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Tell your colleagues, family and friends about the many ways we're helping save the lives of pets. Let them know how they can sign up to stay informed too. It's quick, easy, and we respect your privacy.
We value your support of Pets America's initiatives and with your ongoing help, we'll continue to achieve our mission of saving the lives of pets and the people who love them by providing educational programs about emergency preparedness and resources for disaster response.

Each year we help ensure that people are allowed to evacuate with their animals during a disaster, and that pet owners learn how to keep their pets safe before, during, and after emergencies. With another ambitious year ahead of us, here are a few of the ways you can become a part of that effort in 2011:Girl and Dog with Tree
  • Support the lives of the pets in your community through our Pet Oxygen Mask Intiative. Check with the First Responders in your community to see if they have pet oxygen masks to resuscitate the pets in your community in case of a fire or natural disaster situation. 
  • Keep informed, Stay in touch! Visit our website frequently to read the latest news or follow us on Facebook or Twitter
  • Remember Pets America in your charitable giving. Donate today to enable the expansion of our pet first aid and disaster response workshops.
Thank you so much for caring, and for your commitment to Pets America. We value our relationship with you and look forward to continuing to accomplish our mission, with your support, in the year to come. We wish you a very happy Holiday Season and a New Year filled with happiness, peace and prosperity.

All the best to you and your family (both human & furry alike),

Rachel A. Kowalski Signature
Rachel A. Kowalski, CEO

Pets America


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