Each $25 donation enters you into the drawing for this piece of art titled "Survivor". It was painted and donated by local artist Denise Saleh, one of our own volunteers. The artwork was inspired by Donnie, a rescued Greyhound/Saluki cross. He was found as a stray, in a very emaciated state and near death. The dedicated volunteers of Greyhounds Unlimited saved this boy's life and brought him back to health. From his nurturing foster home, to his adoptive home, he has thrived. His original photo usually brings tears to many who see it.He is a happy playful boy now, who recently enjoyed a trip to the ocean and played in the surf. Perhaps the most amazing thing about him is his resilient spirit and the ability to love humans and appreciate affection. He is a true survivor.
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If you are ready to give fostering a try, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our foster coordinators will contact you to talk about fostering and how you might be able to help, what your obstacles might be and how we might overcome them together. We all want this to be a successful experience for you and your new foster!
Greyhounds Unlimited is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization with no paid staff. Your support is always needed and greytly appreciated, especially by the hounds. Cash donations are always welcome, and 100% of all donations support the ongoing needs of the greyhounds in GU's care.
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P.O. Box 703967
Dallas, TX 75370-3967
Mary McAnally dedicated her life to helping animals in need. We at GU were so very lucky to have Mary's driving passion in helping us help the hounds. There was nothing Mary wouldn't do to come to the aid of a greyhound in need. She literally helped thousands of greyhounds over the years find their forever homes, often taking the sick, the abandoned, the unwanted ones into her home to give them the love and care they desperately needed.
Even after her diagnosis of cancer, she continued to help save the greys. And it's because of the greyhounds that Mary had a reason to live and keep on giving to save their lives. Without a doubt Mary has already found a way to continue her life's mission in helping hounds that have crossed the bridge, caring for them until they are united with their loved ones.
Greyhounds Unlimited has created a memorial fund in which you can make a monetary donation in her memory. This fund will assist Greyhounds Unlimited in preserving and continuing Mary's passion for helping animals. Names of those making a donation will have their name added below unless otherwise instructed. Any brief message that you would like to leave will be added to the "Remembering Mary" web page.
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