A PART OF EVERYTHING EVELYN EARN$ GOE$ TOWARD THE RESCUE AND CARE OF HOMELESS ANIMALS!
Over the years Evelyn has donated to and participated in many worthwhile charities including various food banks, clothing drives, disaster assistance, supporting such groups as Amnesty International, Doctors without Borders, etc. Currently her main charitable goal is assisting homeless animals thru local and national ANIMAL RESCUE efforts.
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Evelyn has been very involved with animal rescue for several years, particularly since the heartbreaking animal crisis of 2005’s Hurricane Katrina & Rita. In the months following, she made 3 trips to the gulf region to assist with the capture, shelter, care, reunions & adoptions, even bringing home a Katrina dog to foster and rehabilitate.
Since then, she has deployed with groups like American Humane, ASPCA, Best Friends Animal Society, HSUS and Kinship Circle to assist after disasters like: Hurricane Gustav in Louisiana in 2008, the widespread Cedar Rapids flooding in Iowa in 2008, numerous large Cincinnati-area cat hoarding/abandonment and TNR projects, sizable dog hoarding/seizure situations in various parts of Ohio - the largest being a 400 dog breeder/hoarding case in the Columbus area, a devastating tornado in 2011 that swept thru Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and the East Coast’s Superstorm/Hurricane Sandy in 2013.
Additionally, she is active in promoting the NO KILL movement, shown to be extremely effective in substantially increasing the number of shelter animals' lives saved.
Evelyn shares her home with several rescued animals ( 2 dogs and several cats), plus a frequently revolving door of foster kitties, working to get them adopted into wonderful new homes. Here's several pictures of them:
In the Cincinnati general area, Evelyn has been involved with many animal welfare endeavors such as the Foreclosure Project, a widely publicized rescue of about 60 sick and dying cats & kittens from a foreclosed house in Cincinnati’s East End; the Factory Project — rescuing about 40 cats that had been dumped at an abandoned munitions factory in Loveland; a Fairfield golf course TNR (trap/neuter/return) project consisting of around 50 cats & kittens, and "70 CATS", a large hoarding case in Mason, which (ended up being about 70 adult cats and the resulting 70+ kittens, totaling around 150!) as well as several dog hoarding/seizure cases — helping to spay & neuter the adults and rescue & foster the youngsters; getting them healthy and then adopted into loving new homes.
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