Drifters’ Place: For Dogs, by Humans
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“All beings tremble before violence. All fear death. All love life.” -Buddha
Welcome to DriftersPlace.com.
Thank you for stopping by! I have a lot to tell you! But first, let me ask you a question. Do the words “unadoptable dog” have any effect on you? Every time I hear them, my heart breaks. You might as well call the “unadoptable” dog a piece of garbage, because in the majority of shelters in this country, that’s exactly how they are treated. They are killed and thrown into dumpsters, just like the trash we threw out last night or this morning. At Drifters’ Place there is no such thing as an “unadoptable dog.” The dogs we take in will be rehabilitated, and trained so they’ll one day have the life that every dog deserves. A life that’s full of love and joy and is shared with a companion who takes care of them and protects them.
Well, you’re here, and we’re glad. We hope you’ll stick around long enough to find out who we are, what we do and what we’re all about. We appreciate your interest in Drifters’ Place. We’re just getting things going, and there is so much work left to do, but if you love dogs and you want to learn how to help them, please come back often. We can learn together. I don’t claim to know it all–not even close. I just saw a need and a place for me and dove in. I’ll never claim that I can do this alone, and I’ll never turn down help, as long as it’s the right kind of help. That’s one reason we’re doing a blog; so we can get input and assistance.
Click on About to get the details of our mission and goals. Thanks again for checking us out. After getting to know us a bit and learning more about what we’re doing, if you’d like to help by volunteering or spreading the word about this great organization, please contact us and we’ll tell you how. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you like to do or if there is a specific way you’d like to help. Or if you just want to know how you can help, drop us a line. There are a lot of unwanted dogs that need our help and there are entirely too many dying because too many people think they can’t be saved. If you like dogs and if you’ve ever thought you want to help dogs, we need you.