Paw Prints From The Heart
On Friday, October 23, the SPCA Cincinnati received 23 dogs that were rescued from South Korea's brutal dog meat trade. At the time of their arrival, these dogs had never felt the joy of running on grass or the loving touch of a human. They didn't even know what it meant to be a dog.
Since that fateful day, the SPCA Cincinnati has worked tirelessly to ensure these dogs are ready for adoption. Much of that work involves different activities that rebuilds their trust in humans. One of these activities is "Paw Prints From The Heart," which has the double benefit of building the dogs trust while providing an opportunity to raise money to care for these dogs and any other animal that comes through our doors.
The SILENT AUCTION for the paintings shown in this video has ended but if you would like to donate to the SPCA Cincinnati to assist in finding forever homes for our furry friends in need, click here to donate.
Winning bidders should contact Trent Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-426-2216 to schedule a day and time to pick up your painting. Those who would like to pick up their painting before Christmas should arrange their pickup before 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18, 2020*. After that date, pickup requests will will resume on Monday, January 4, 2021.
For more information on the harrowing story of the 23 dogs rescued from South Korea, please click here to see all of our news articles. You can also see how far these dogs have come by checking out the SPCA Cincinnati's Facebook page where you'll be able to view their progress through the amazing videos our team posts regularly.
*Pick-ups can be scheduled for a date after December 18 as long as it is scheduled by December 18.