IMPERIAL, Calif. – It began as an idea to paint the entrance wall at the Imperial County Humane Society.
“We had someone from San Diego come in. She’s actually a set designer come in and paint our wall. What we’re seeking are sponsors for that wall,” Board member Dalia Rodriguez said.
The wall is a way to help the shelter that’s desperately needed.
“It was actually Rachel’s idea. She’s the gal from San Diego. She was visiting the Imperial Valley. She by chance dropped by the Humane Society and she asked how can I help,” Rodriguez said.
The program is called Paws & Whiskers.
When you donate big every month, you’ll earn your spot here on the wall of fame.
When people donate $100 a month, your name or logo will be on the spot.
The shelter continues to receive an average of 400 animals a month.
Rodriguez says the biggest problem is the lack of spaying and neutering.
“We will assist you. Just come and ask us for help we are there to help you. We do have low cost spay and neuter services. Please just ask for help,” Rodriguez said.
Spaying and neutering is $55.
“People are really understanding the help that’s needed to make the Humane Society more successful so people are volunteering and they’re making some donations,” Rodriguez said.