The reality TV personality has helped efforts to change the present reality of animals affected by superstorm Sandy by teaming with the ASPCA for a PSA which highlights their plight.
“I am thrilled to be working with the ASPCA,” said Pauly D. “I have loved animals my entire life, so it’s nice to be a voice for those who can’t speak for themselves. So many lives have been devastated by this storm, including those of pets, and it’s comforting to know that people have a place to take their animals for temporary shelter until they can get back on their feet.”
Providing support in Sandy-affected areas since the storm, to date the ASPCA has established a temporary boarding facility to care for the pets of guardians who are working to get back on their feet; offered free veterinary care services to more than 250 animals via a wellness mobile clinic; rescued more than 300 animals and provided pet supplies to more than 16,000 animals throughout the region.
For more information:
- visit www.aspca.org/sandy
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