YORK, SC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – They are known for easing feelings of loneliness but providing unconditional love.
But this Valentine’s Day, the York County Animal Shelter is using these cute furry faces to help lovers get their revenge.
For $5, you can write a person’s name in a pot the size of a kitten, which will then be given to a cat.
“It started as a Valentine’s Day fundraiser,” said Bonnie Hughes, a volunteer. “It’s an opportunity for those who maybe have an ex they’d like to get revenge on … someone who did them a dirty trick, maybe they wanted a little revenge.”
The social media flyer garnered over 400 shares and over 65 comments in support of the idea.
It is not known what this number will be until February 14.
For $10, you can get a personalized trash can.
“It would just be one name, and we provide the photographic evidence, the deed evidence, as soon as it’s done,” Hughes explained.
So far they have already collected 250 dollars. Hughes says the shelter always needs money to care for the animals.
“Volunteers also say your sweet revenge shouldn’t just be on your ex; it could be on anyone or anything like the IRS,” Hughes said.
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Friends of York County Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization that helps shelters with needs beyond what they can cover.
“One of our main things right now, with adoptions down nationally, is the need to work with our rescue partners, especially in the north, to get the animals we need; we have to be able to cover the transportation costs,” Hughes explained. “It’s not something a shelter can usually do on its own, and it’s expensive. Every dollar counts to get these animals to safety.”
The money will also go towards essential needs of the animals, such as food and bedding.
York County Animal Shelter Puts Ex in Excrement for Valentine’s Day Fundraiser
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