Protecting Pets in Domestic Violence Crisis

by Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center
Sep 11, 2013

You helped Waldo come home!

When Constance and her children were ready to flee abuse in France and come home, they didn't have the money to bring their beloved labrador Waldo home with them. Because of your donations we were able to get Waldo the necessary vaccinations, a kennel and paid the shipping fees for Waldo back to the USA.

Constance and her children are now in a transitional housing program in the mid-west. Their healing from abuse with take time, and there are still legal battles to fight, but Waldo continues to provide the unconditional love that is so important in healing his family's trauma.

Thank you for all that you do to help protect pets in domestic violence crisis!

Warmest wishes, Paula


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Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center

Location: Portland, OR - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Paula Lucas
Portland, OR United States

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