The Virtual Walk Against Animal Cruelty, Online Auction, and Selfie Raffle. Plus “Why Pets are Special” Fifth Grade Essay


The Top Walk Fundraiser Will Win a Samsung Galaxy Smart Watch! 

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Become a Virtual Walker
and Be a Hero for Animals!

You can register for yourself or form a team that will support you by donating or committing to donate a certain amount per mile you walk. You can do even more for animals by becoming a fundraiser, making your own fundraising page, and using social media to promote your team. You can purchase a special Walk tee-shirt at registration.
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All proceeds from the Walk Against Animal Cruelty go to Save Animals from Cruelty, Neglect, and Homelessness

Are You Ready to Bid, Buy, and Save Lives?

The Fur Ball, our major fundraiser, had to be canceled this year. Now the animals are depending on YOU to come through for them. We know you love animals, and we believe that you will also love some of the amazing things that we had ready for the Fur Ball auction and have moved here.  When you make a purchase or a bid, you are making a huge difference in the lives of animals.

Animals are Depending on You!

Click Here to Be a Life-Saver! 


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Selfie Raffle

We want to see a picture of you walking with your dog! Take a selfie and post it on Facebook or Instagram, and tag us (#Fayetteregionalhumane or #WalkAgainstAnimalCruelty), be sure to make your post public! You will be entered in a raffle to win 2 tickets to next year's Fur Ball on March 20, 2020.


Why Pets are Special 

5th Grade Essay Contest

We held an essay contest for 5th and 6th graders on why pets are important earlier this year. The winner was going to read their essay at the Fur Ball. Despite not holding the Fur Ball, the children's essays were so wonderful that we had to honor the winner and runners-up.  Click here to hear Caitlyn read her essay about why her pets are special.

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Winner Caitlyn Hayes with her parents, Chris and Laura, her teacher, Dawn Anderson, and Lee Schrader, FRHS Executive Director

Click here to read Caitlyn's essay

Runner-up Connor Stone and Lee Schrader

Click here to read Connor's essay

Runner-up Kylie Yeazel and Lee Schrader

Click here to read Kylie's essay

Runner-up Elizabeth Webb and Lee Schrader

Read Elizabeth's Essay here.

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