Thursday, November 13th, 2014 is Give to the Max Day, an opportunity to raise as much money for Minnesota non-profits as possible in 24 hours. Please consider donating to Crossroads Animal Shelter between midnight on November 12th through midnight on November 13th through the Give to the Max website – https://givemn.org/organization/Crossroads-Animal-Shelter There is a minimum contribution of $10 with no maximum contribution!
In addition to contributions, GiveMN also has additional opportunities for our non-profit to win money. A $10,000, $7,500 and $5,000 prize grant will be awarded to the top three small nonprofits, and cash prize grants will be awarded to non-profits in 4th through 10th place. As you can see, every dollar counts, and could put us closer to winning free money!
Click on the Give to the Max Day link to find out more information about this wonderful event, and to place your donation. Want to help more? Share this on your facebook page, and encourage your friends and family to support us too! https://givemn.org/organization/Crossroads-Animal-Shelter
Crossroads Animal Shelter is considered ONE OF THE BEST volunteer opportunities for animal lovers in Minnesota, according to CBS Minnesota.
“Giving your time to a cause you care about is a great feeling. And if you love animals, there is no shortage of exceptional organizations within Minnesota that are dedicated to expanding the knowledge about animals and nurturing them. To offer your time and assistance, check out this list of some of the best places to volunteer in the state. Or get involved by visiting the many volunteer placement websites online a local animal shelter or by asking your veterinarian what they recommend as a worthy cause. Do your part and make a difference in the life of an animal and it undoubtedly will make a difference in yours as well.”
Help Wanted~ Crossroads Animal Shelter has an opening for an animal care attendant. Applications are being accepted at the shelter. The paid position is part time, and provides unlimited animal kisses, but no paid benefits! The successful applicant must be 18 years or older; physically able to perform kennel cleaning and animal handling; be able to lift 50 pounds; have reliable transportation, and be available for weekend hours. Please apply in person at the shelter (back door) any day between 9 AM and 1 PM.
Please donate to help fund Pinto’s surgery:
UPDATE: as of September 7th, Pinto is recovering from his surgery and there seems to be no return of the blood in his urine. We have received 5 donations towards his surgery expenses. Thank you!
Pinto(left) was surrendered to the shelter with his best buddy Mac in early July. Pinto is a great little guy with a fun personality. About two weeks ago the staff noticed he was not acting like his normal self, and that he was urinating blood. Pinto was taken to the vet and it was discovered he had a suspected urinary tract infection. Pinto was placed …on antibiotics for two weeks. Upon returning to the vet after the antibiotics were finished Pinto was still not feeling well. This time it was recommended to do an X-ray which showed nothing. The vet suggested trying an ultrasound, which was just what Pinto needed. The ultrasound revealed that Pinto has bladder stones that will not pass on their own and require surgery to remove. Pinto is scheduled for surgery on Thursday and should be feeling much better soon. Pinto’s medical expenses are exceeding $1200 and we could use your help. Please donate to help pay for Pinto’s surgery. You can donate on our web site http://crossroadsshelter.org/donate via Paypal or Razoo; please notate in the comment section that your donation is for Pinto. Thank you for helping this little guy!
BOTH are still available for adoption!
CRAFT SHOWS - 2014
Fri-Sun, October 31-November 2, Bloomington Obedience Training Club, 9-3 pm
Sat.-Sun, November 21 & 22, 2014, Mpls Kennel Club, Canterbury Park, 8-4 pm