Doing good

Two opportunities to do good:
The Berkeley Humane Society’s Emergency Medical Fund featured pet at the moment is a puppy named Uber. She was left in their drop box at 7 weeks old with a broken and infected jaw. They fixed that, but then discovered one of her legs is growing wrong and needs major surgery to fix. The surgery will cost $4000! So they’re fundraising for that as well as trying to find her a home. If you can spare a couple dollars for her surgery it will make a big difference. And if you know anybody who’d be willing to take in a dog with some medical needs (her jaw and leg may need more medical attention as she ages), please put them in touch with the folks at Berkeley Humane Society.
My cousin is in training before being deployed to Afghanistan with his National Guard battalion and is doing a lot of reading in his downtime. Getting books through the base is not a terribly speedy process, so he’s running low on reading material. If you’ve got any books you would like to donate to him and his fellow soldiers, you can give them to me and I’ll send them along. I’ve already taken down the books I was listing through Frugal Reader and will be sending him a few at a time over the next several months.

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