COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – A Colorado Springs nonprofit desires to ensure the monetary pressure of the pandemic would not separate pets from their homeowners.
Harley’s Hope is handing out free pet meals drive-thru model within the Church For All Nations parking zone the second Saturday of each month for fur households in want.
With the assistance of the Colorado Pet Pantry, Harley’s Hope says it is handed out greater than 20,000 kilos of pet meals since June.
“The volunteers love popping out to do that as a result of they really feel like they’re actually serving to and they’re, however it’s unhappy to see so many households in want,” founder Cynthia Bullock informed KRDO throughout an interview Saturday.
Cynthia Bullock began the muse in 2010 after her canine, Harley, died from most cancers.
She believes a pet’s love is unconditional, and that individuals and pets should be collectively, even when, and particularly when, instances are powerful.
She stated the meals helps that occur, and it is much more obligatory this time of yr.
“It is one much less factor that they’ve to fret about, it is one much less factor they should pay for in the event that they’re on unemployment or struggling financially, which so many individuals are,” she defined.
Along with free pet meals, Harley’s Hope additionally handed out new, donated coats and sweaters for canines and cats, particular vacation canine treats and luggage of Colorado Kitty Pot Catnip this Saturday.
Final month they ran out of meals, in order that they’re asking so that you can assist nevertheless you may.
“We additionally assist with grants for main and emergency veterinary care and lots of people in want of that help as properly,” Cynthia stated. “So when you’re on the lookout for a worthy trigger, we really feel that Harley’s Hope is a really worthy trigger and we might welcome your donation.”
Harley’s Hope can also be on the lookout for volunteers handy out donations.