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Help Save Mino Valley Sanctuary!

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This devoted animal sanctuary needs our help to keep thier land and home   The link to the Go for me fund is below the picture, no amount is to small, it all helps! Thank you all!!
https://www.gofundme.com/saveminovalley


Here's the touching story from the owners:
My name is Abigail Geer and I’m the founder of Mino Valley Sanctuary in Spain which is home to nearly 200 animals who have been rescued from horrific abuse and cruelty.

WE URGENTLY NEED YOUR HELP
The land that the sanctuary is on is up for sale and our only option is to buy it so that we don’t lose our home and everything we’ve worked so hard to build over the last five years.

We only have 90 days to raise the money to buy the land the sanctuary is on or we will lose everything and all the animals who live here will be homeless.
Me and my husband Mikey live in a little wooden cabin with no sink and a leaking roof. We don't have our own electricity or water source on site. We desperately need help but right now we don’t have a…

More about the dog food recall containing the drug Pentobarbital

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Dog lovers, here's additional information about the huge recall of dog foods from the well known and used Smuckers dog foods. The company states they don't use eurhizanied pets in their dog food.The question is how did a chemical used to euthanize shelter pets turn up in so many brands? 
Many animal activists have asked the question what happens to the bodies of  pets that are killed in shelters;  The question is also asked: why are adoptable pets killed so soon after they arrive at  kill shelters; it's clear they need more time to find humane and forever homes. Yet, that rarely happens! It makes one think!
Below is the information for users of these popular dog foods and a warning to others that may have considered using these products.

Smucker confirms euthanasia drug in popular dog food brands!
Recall includes Gravy Train, Kibbles ’N Bits, Skippy, Ol’ Roy; FDA's investigation, testing ongoing ARTICLE  posted By:  Phyllis Entis | March 4, 2018The FDA has posted notice of…