While the general consesus about Sandy seems to be, "It could have been a lot worse," plenty of homes, businesses, and organizations have been hit hard. One of those is Baltimore Humane Society in Reisterstown. They've been without power since Monday afternoon and the back-up generator is out. Pet food deliveries have been canceled for the week, and even the phone is out.
Staffers and volunteers are digging into their own pockets to keep conditions sanitary and safe for the animals, but they could sure use some help. According to an email sent today from the no-kill shelter's director of public relations, Wendy Goldband, the Humane Society could use any or all of the following:
1. Donations of Science Diet Dog and Cat Food—any variety, wet or dry
2. Donations of non-clumping kitty litter
3. Monetary contributions to help aid our restoration efforts. They can be made on our website. Or checks can be mailed to our...