Phoenix Pet Food Pantry
I volunteer for Phoenix Pet Food Pantry because I have a HUGE love for animals. I currently have 3 dogs and 4 cats. Three of my animals were found stray and starving, one was hit by a car and 2 were from families where a loved one was dying, and it was going to be put to sleep. As a medical social worker for a not-for-profit hospice, I see animals in all walks of life. However, they all have one thing in common: being surrendered or let loose thru no fault of their own. I could not imagine a life without pets. There is nothing better than being greeted with wet kisses and barks of excitement when walking thru my door. For the love between animals and their owners, I volunteer for Phoenix Pet Food Pantry.
I volunteer with Phoenix Pet Food Pantry because I have seen so many starving, abandoned dogs in Phoenix and want to do my part to change that. I'm currently work and attend Arizona State University. You can usually find me spending my free time either volunteering, traveling, or hanging out with friends. I'm an active member in my church, Calvary Community Church. I'm also a proud owner of a rescued Pit Bull mix, who we found running down the freeway scared to death. Her name is Rosie and she is the biggest sweetheart!
It is important to me to make a positive difference in the world every day. Mother Theresa excelled by doing small things on a consistent basis that added up to a great mountain of positive change. I am the proud owner of two Pit Bull/Lab rescue dogs, Daisy and Max. I could not breathe if I had to give up my dogs because I couldn’t afford to feed them. Daisy is “my everything”. She makes me smile, warms my heart and loves me unconditionally. Max is a free wheeling spirit who keeps me on my toes and makes me laugh. I am a part of Phoenix Pet Food Pantry because I don’t want anyone forced to give up their pet because they can’t afford to feed them.