Comments on Beth Ostrosky Raises $300,000 for Animal Charity

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Robert   Bellmore, NY

12/9/2008 7:59:17 AM

I admire Beth for all she does for animals. She is very sincere about her love of pets, and really gives her all. Can you forward this e-mail to her. I have a very sick dog that needs immediate medical attention, but I have lost my job and face serious financial problems. NSAL's medical center on Long Island, where we reside only takes on pets that were adopted from them. I adopted Snuffles 8 years ago from a shelter near Pottsdam, New York. I drove 8 hours each way to bring this dog home. She is a part of our family and my wife and 2 daughters love her. We also took in another dog from the Hurricane Katrina disaster, thank God her health is OK. I know if Beth heard this story, she might be able to offer some help. You can't e-mail Howard Stern's show, they never do anything when it comes to situations like these no matter what they want you to beleive. It's not their responsibilty anyway. I just do not want the dog to die. I don't have an answer, so I thought I'd appeal to Beth. Or if there is way to get some help from Dog


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Spay Neuter Intervention Project (SNIP)   Maspeth, NY

11/20/2008 6:34:02 PM

North Shore Animal League America does not always accept back an animal should adopter seek to return. As a result, many are sent to high kill municipal shelters. Beth Ostrosky should have distributed the money to small grass root organizations or municipal shelters who work on a shoe string budget, many who have come to the rescue of dogs and cats who originated from North Shore Animal League America.

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D   Indy, IN

11/19/2008 6:35:06 AM

I am impressed! I really don't think much of her husband, but it's nice that she did this.

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