Hell knows Kpickell and I know hell knows is not very conducive, but honestly, all I've been warned of is that www.Care2.com is not entirely angelic in its ways...but whether thats true or not or whether that has to do with the financing or sponsor implications I am unsure,,,, but yeah if I happen to get hold of better insight I will let you know, as & when the heck that insight occurs/comes to light/becomes apparent.. etCeteraOriginally posted by kpickell
how do I know the animal rescue site is really giving money to the charities? It says it gives to the north shore animal league and the fund for animals, but neither of those websites mention the animal rescue site. Just curious.
Dear Ms. Pickell,
Thank you for contacting The Fund for Animals. The Fund receives donations from The Animal Rescue Site, and we use those donations to buy food for the animals at our Black Beauty Ranch animal sanctuary in Texas. It is valuable support for us, and it helps us care for the 1,250 animals at the ranch who were all rescued from abuse or abandonment. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Short answer: No.Originally posted by Flower
Does it count if you keep clicking it? I just did it about 10 times in a row.
How many times can I click on the "Feed an Animal in Need" button? Can I just keep clicking and fund hundreds of bowls at once?
You can click once a day on the "Feed an Animal in Need" button on The Animal Rescue Site. Our agreement with our sponsors only allows us to count one click, per person, per calendar day. A monitoring system is set up to check this. While you could click on the button a hundred times, only one click would count. In the meantime, our system would be slowed down, or possibly overloaded, preventing other visitors' clicks from generating funding for care for abandoned animals. Please note that we do count clicks received through company firewalls, proxy servers, etc., to the best of our ability. We make every effort to count every click as fairly and accurately as possible.