In the Kennel, Pickaway Dog Shelter Mirrors Betty White

“I just don’t know how I could have lived without the animals around me… They’re just the most interesting things in the world to me, and it’s made such a difference in my life.-Betty White

Never underestimate the power of a smile and a good mood! The more we are so worried about moving forward in life that we lose sight of what is really important; the legacy we leave behind. Betty White’s legacy shows that we can build successful careers by making others smile and helping others feel good about themselves. She belonged to a dying generation, but her smile and charm transcend today’s generations. You may remember her role in the TV series Golden Girls. I liked his character in the movie. Proposal where she regularly upstaged her co-stars with her charm and great virtue.

What do kindness and good humor bring to your life? Something incredibly and powerfully positive about death. A WAVE of generosity across our country that hasn’t been seen in decades and is unlikely to be repeated. When she passed away, we learned that she cared for animals and the role they played in her life. His good-natured legacy has enabled thousands, if not millions, of people to donate goods and money to care for homeless and neglected animals.

Animal services that protect homeless and neglected animals are struggling to stay in business. Without your donations of goods and money, many would simply not exist. There was no need for Betty to ask for your support. You simply did it because Betty White found that place in your heart where you, like her, wanted to do something special for all the right reasons. In return, we’ll use your generosity to get medical help for injured animals, feed the hungry, and find homes for the homeless. We are incredibly grateful to him, his legacy and you are paying for it.

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