We’ve all seen those sad animal commercials, right? Scrawny, abused pups that need your help. On this episode, we sit down with someone who decided to address the problem head on. Not by donating a few bucks but by dedicating her life’s work to serving these animals. Who is this superhero to destitute animals?
It’s the director of Monroe County Humane Association, Rebecca Warren.
Rebecca tells the story of how she took a misguided voucher program and converted it into a vet tech clinic where lower income folks could get basic veterinary services for their animals. She shares the highs and the lows of what it’s like to build a not-for-profit that cares for sick animals each and every day. We’re glad you joined us!
Special thanks to Rebecca Warren for taking the time to share the Monroe County Humane Association story with us.
Really, if you have an extra dollar, fifty, or a ten acre piece of land, right now is the time to share it and help Rebecca and her amazing crew of vets change the lives of one sick animal after another.
If you can’t do that, at least pop a cute pic of your furry friends out on social media and give the Humane Association a shout out. You can do that with the hashtag #mcha or #scratchentrepreneur
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Monroe County Humane Association – http://www.monroehumane.org/
Music in this episode by Mark Vinten
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