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Help protect dogs like Bentley from the frigid winter cold.
Bentley was tethered to a pole, and his whole "world" consisted of a small radius of a few feet surrounding it. His only shelter from snow, sleet, and cold winter rain was a worn plastic doghouse that had split in two and didn't provide any protection from extreme weather.
Bentley jumped for joy when PETA fieldworkers set up his new doghouse in a grassy part of the yard and replaced his leash with a long lightweight tie-out that gives him room to run and play. They also arranged for him to be neutered to prevent him from adding to the devastating animal-overpopulation crisis.
Will you make a life-changing difference for a cold, lonely "backyard dog" by becoming an "Angels for Animals" doghouse sponsor right now?
This year, PETA will build hundreds of sturdy doghouses and deliver them to dogs in desperate need of shelter throughout impoverished areas in Virginia and North Carolina. So far, more than 1,097 compassionate PETA donors have committed to helping dogs in desperate need of protection from the elements. Thanks to their help, many more dogs like Bentley will receive some relief from the frigid winters and sweltering summers for years to come.
During this holiday season, please think of the countless dogs who are left outside and forced to endure the misery of the winter cold alone. Your "Angels for Animals" doghouse sponsorship gift today—whatever the amount—is a wonderful way to add warmth to the life of a dog in need.
Like you, our fieldworkers know that no dog ever deserves to be left unprotected—particularly while chained and unable to seek shelter. But when we can't convince or compel an owner to allow a dog to stay indoors, where all dogs deserve to live, PETA does all that we can to give the animal a fighting chance to stay safe. Shelter, a toy, and attention from our staff and volunteers, however fleeting, bring some relief to these animals.
Please be an "angel" to a dog like Bentley by sponsoring a doghouse online right now.
Ingrid E. Newkirk
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