Ken White, Deputy
Director of the San Francisco Department of Animal Care
and control, explains:
because they are a cheap commodity. Animals die because
there are too many of them; like concrete in the city,
or grass in the suburbs, animals are everywhere.
Unlike rare diamonds
and gold, we take that which is common for granted.
They are not precious, they are not treasured. They
are not accorded the intrinsic value that they deserve;
the value that a caring, empathetic viewer may begin
to understand if you look deep into the eyes of the
animals just moments before their deaths.
Therefore, our main goal is to focus on the “old ones”, and provide those who find their way to our door, with a loving, compassionate home; lots of snuggly beds, cushions, fleecies; toys and stuffies; the best veterinary care.
We launch this non-profit
endeavour, the Missy Foundation, so that our Missy Angel
may be remembered in the name of a truly noble cause.
Your help, given in honour and memory of your special
Angel, is so very important.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever
We are the Voice of the
We must help those who cannot help themselves.
is your chance to really make a visible difference in