Please check out the link for Urgent Dogs/Cats. Their time is running out, and you can help in many ways without breaking your bank.
Going back to the nine dogs, back a couple of days ago, I sponsored one of them by sending a small amount of money to the society. I emailed them at firstname.lastname@example.org, and a prompt response came from someone named Gail. She lives in NYC and handles out of state support for the group. I had great communication with her, answered all my questions without delay. In the end, I got what I wanted---sponsored one of the dogs on the list via Paypal. It's a great feeling everytime I help a needy animal, and I can never get used to it. I regularly donate to many animal welfare societies, and how I wish I had more money to give. It's an opportunity to share and to help. I know that one person cannot do everything, but that one person can, at least, do one good thing. And that one good thing could mean a world of difference to another living being, be it a human or an animal.
Both animals pictured here were rescued by the society, taken off death row.