Will you Smile for Strays? Amazon Prime Day is July 12-13
Ollie had a scary and harsh life as a stray on the streets, but she's safe and happy now, thanks to your support.
Amazon Prime Day is Tuesday and Wednesday, July 12-13. If you’re shopping for bargains on Amazon, please help stray animals at the same time by using AmazonSmile! Here’s how: 1) Click on smile.amazon.com/ch/33-0601340 2) If you're not already signed in, sign in to smile.amazon.com with your usual Amazon email and password. You're in the right place if you see "AmazonSmile," not "Amazon," at the top of the page! 3) Shop! AmazonSmile will donate a small percentage of your purchase price to 600, at NO COST TO YOU. Please remember to use smile.amazon.com/ch/33-0601340 – not just Amazon.com – EACH time you shop throughout the year. Every bit of support makes a difference. Share this message with friends, and visit the rest of our website at 600milliondogs.org to learn more and get involved with this mission to end pet overpopulation. THANK YOU!!
What we do and why we do it
At 600 Million Dogs, we’re working to develop permanent, safe, inexpensive birth control food that only needs a one-time administration.
A food that could be given just one time, and it will safely prevent reproduction for the rest of an animal’s life.
The millions of homeless dogs and cats killed each year need this.
The problem is that this type of birth control food is still in the R&D stage, and the drug companies are not working on it.
We’re determined to develop this very much needed birth control food, even though we’re a small grassroots organization.
In short, we're working on a permanent solution to this global problem.
We've made important progress but we need full-time scientists to finish the job, and this is why we need your help.
If you would like to support our work to develop permanent birth control food, please make a tax-deductible gift of any amount.
Your gift will make a tangible impact ... and the animals will be forever grateful.
Please visit the rest of our website at 600MillionDogs.org to learn more.