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Stray from the Heart
PO Box 11
New York City, New York 10024-0011
Make a donation "In Honor of..." or "In Memory of..." that special someone.
For a minimum donation of $25 Stray from the Heart will add your listing to our Wall of Memory and Honor.
You love your furry companion. We know you do and we know you want to help save the lives of as many others as you can. You can help put your money toward the dogs right away by donating online now.
How your donation helps Stray from the Heart
||makes you an honorary "Friend of Stray from the Heart".
||pays for neutering and the shots for a single dog.
||pays for a week of boarding and care for one dog awaiting a home.
||pays for one month of supplies (healthy food, supplements, treats, toys,
etc.) for a dog.
||pays to care for a dog with broken bones (x-rays, resetting the bones and
follow up veterinary care) or a similar medical condition.
||pays for the necessary medical care, neutering,
shots, boarding and training to transform one homeless dog from utter helplessness
to permanent placement in a loving home.
||gives us the opportunity to save not only those homeless dogs that we find,
but also to begin saving those dogs who are on death row in the city's shelters.
Note: All donations of at least $25.00 will make you an honorary
"Friend of Stray from the Heart". Friends will receive our
newsletter and advance notice of all upcoming events. All donations are tax deductible.
What if They Spoke Our Language?
Animals communicate in their own way. Maybe it's not Standard English we hear in the early morning bird songs, but it sure is some serious chatting. Did you know that cats - those lucky characters with the great night vision and tricky hunting tactics - also have more than 100 vocal sounds? And dogs, barkers in protection and play, only have perhaps 10 vocal sounds? If these animals could speak English, don't you wonder what they'd say? Maybe they would say, "Thank you, for helping us when we needed you most!"