Posted by: kcdisasteraid | January 19, 2010

HAITI: THE ANIMALS ARE THERE – HELP US GET AID TO THEM

1/18/10 – KINSHIP CIRCLE ANIMAL DISASTER AID NETWORK
Haiti: The Animals Are There. Help Us Get Aid To Them


STANDING GUARD: An armed security guard monitors an area of downtown
Port-au-Prince where the national bank collapsed. (Carolyn Cole / Los
Angeles Times)

They’re there. Haiti’s dogs (and goats and other animals). And they’re just
now showing up in press photos. But Kinship Circle has been working round
the clock to help get resources to them. There are many challenges…the
scale of human tragedy, lack of security, limited access…

One obstacle we can overcome is lack of funding. Please help us ensure these
animals get aid. We’ve been informed that packs of dogs have been spotted.
When you donate to Kinship Circle right now, you give to Haiti Animal Aid.

Please send whatever you can today!

*   DONATE SECURELY ONLINE:
http://www.kinshipcircle.org/donation
Type HAITI ANIMAL AID, after your name.

*   DONATE BY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER:
Kinship Circle / 7380 Kingsbury Blvd. / St. Louis, MO 63130
Write HAITI ANIMAL AID, on your check’s memo line.


FEARING AFTERSHOCKS: Afraid of more aftershocks, Haitians rest in the
streets of Port-au-Prince. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/photography/la-fg-haiti-hires-html,0,7123168.htmlstory

Kinship Circle is part of a unified response effort called the Animal Relief
Coalition Of Haiti (ARCH). Under the leadership of the World Society for the
Protection of Animals (WSPA) and the International Fund for Animal Welfare
(IFAW), we will keep you informed about endeavors to save Haiti’s animal
earthquake victims.

KINSHIP CIRCLE / NOW ONE LIST…ONE VOICE FOR ANIMALS

ACTION CAMPAIGNS * EDUCATION * ANIMAL DISASTER AID NETWORK
http://www.KinshipCircle.org * http://www.kinshipcircle.org/disasters

SUBSCRIBE NOW – FOR BREAKING NEWS & ACTION
Kinship Circle: subscribe@kinshipcircle.org
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Animal rescue coordination/news in disasters

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