So Much Has Gone Wrong During 2020. Here’s Your Chance to Make Something Right for Dogs in Need

It’s no secret that just about everyone is struggling through 2020. To make matters worse, there’s not much the average person can do to right the wrongs that we’re all working through right now.

However, thanks to Seal Beach Animal Care Center (SBACC), you now have a chance to right a wrong.

SBACC is a no-kill animal shelter in Seal Beach, California that works with animal sanctuaries from all over the country to match animals with adopters from Southern California and beyond.

SBACC Seal Beach Animal Care Center

Since SBACC’s shelter has been open and caring for animals since 1988, they’ve seen just about everything. However, this could be their greatest challenge yet.

35 dogs were recently rescued from a small apartment where they were living in crowded conditions and brought to SBACC. So far, the dogs are loving the flood of individual attention at their new home, but they’re far from out of the woods.

All 35 dogs deserve a forever home where they can be the star of the show instead of just another cast member, so if you or someone you know is looking for a dog in need of a second chance then there has never been a better opportunity to adopt!

Even if you aren’t in a position to adopt right now, you can still help make a right!

SBACC’s immediate concern is to make sure that the dogs stop breeding so they can give each one the attention and care it needs, but with such a large group of dogs being rescued at once the cost of spaying and neutering them is immense.

For that reason, SBACC is asking for donations from anyone who can help these dogs!

Anything you can give will help, and giving is as easy as clicking here.

If you want to do more to help SBACC then you have other options too!

You can sponsor a cat or dog, donate through the shelter’s wish list, or shop to donate!

Thanks to the team at SBACC’s expertise and care, a small donation will go a long way, so donate and help cause a little good this year!

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