No end to the destruction in Haiti

Comments: 10

 
Anonymous
4 years ago

i thought the earthquake itself was bad. then all the homeless people on tv. i didn't even think about the pets. thank you so much for helping the animals.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Thank you for helping the animals. They, too, deserve comfort and kindness, and should not be forgotten. Blessings to everyone, animals included.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

It's gratifying and a comfort to me to know that there is a presence on the ground looking out for the animal victims of this natural disaster (not the first and surely won't be the last). Too often in the past the non-human victims have been overlooked so am particularly pleased that this is not the case on this occasion. I aknowledge and applaud you for the personal hardships you will endure in undertaking this most worthwhile task. Wish I could be there myself but as I can't will do the only other thing I can and make a financial donation. Thanks for the updates and stay safe.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Thank you for all the help and compassion you are giving these animals. My heart and prayers goes out to all of you. May God bless you with triple rewards!

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

It's heartbreaking to hear of dog's clinging to people in the hope they can find a family to be a loving part of. May God relieve your suffering and bless all those who are working so hard to help both people and animals.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

This is a tragedy.
We have no words to appreciate your mission. The love, kidness & comfort
you are bringing to these
animals in need is outstanding & priceless. God bless you & keep you safe from any harm so you can delivery your stability to all these
homeless animals.
Please take care of yourself & keep us posted.
With our gratitude to you.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Thank you on behalf of all the animals.Are they going to be brought here for adoption? How can I adopt one?

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Like Morgan,donating is great, but would love to be on the ground doing hands on. How can I volunteer
Mimi

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

The work you guys are doing is so extremely uplifting, it broke my heart & brought a tear to my eye to think of all the animals left behind after the quake & it's so heartwarming to see that there's people out there that really do care about the animal victims, who are, along with the children, the most vulnerable, I can't thank you enough for your efforts as what you're doing for those animals is something I just WISH I could do.
Keep up the great work & no matter what tragedy you experience, never lose sight of the good you're doing (:
& Morgan ; I really do hope you get the chance to help out, good luck!
Veronica Watene - New Zealand.

 
Anonymous
5 years ago

Hi there, I would love to come help IFAW's efforts in Haiti during March 2010...is this a possibility? Please contact me if you have a moment: morgan.2.2@hotmail.com
Thank you so much and thank you for the work you are doing!
Morgan

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