The Chicago Pet Project: Portraits and Letters from the Heart
The Chicago Pet Project book was created by The Puppy Mill Project and K Morgan Photography. The book is filled with lovely photographs of Karen Morgan featuring remarkable Chicagoans and their sweet pets plus heartwarming letters. It’s a beautiful book, and all profits from the sale benefit the Millie’s Mission, a fund created to pay for the veterinary costs of rescued puppy mill dogs.
Millie’s Mission | The Puppy Mill Project
Millie’s Mission was established and named after Cari Meyer’s dog, Millie. Cari is the founder and president of The Puppy Mill Project.
The Puppy Mill Project
ending puppy mill cruelty through education, outreach, and advocacy
Typically, puppy mill dogs are in very poor physical and emotional condition, and they need considerable immediate veterinary care. Rescuing puppy mill dogs can be expensive. The average cost of veterinary care for one puppy mill dog is $500.
“Over 2 million puppies bred in mills each year.”
The Millie’s Mission is a fund that allows The Puppy Mill Project to facilitate rescue and provides funding to help nonprofit organizations with the excessive costs of rescuing puppy mill dogs. Since it started, Millie’s Mission funded more than 250 puppy mill dogs in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Meet some of the puppy mill dog rescues (select rescues tab) thepuppymillproject.org/gallery-2 . To learn more about The Puppy Mill Project visit thepuppymillproject.org
Mothers in the Mills Benefit
Mothers in the Mills is the annual benefit of The Puppy Mill Project. This event is The Puppy Mill Project primary fundraiser and essential for them to continue their work. If you are in Chicago, plan to attend. You can purchase tickets here or you can help support The Puppy Mill Project by purchasing The Chicago Pet Project Book at thechicagopetprojectbook.com. LOVE our copy and it’s a beautiful coffee table book.
Get involved with your local puppy mill awareness organization
and beware of puppy mill dogs.
— GoldenWoofs (@SugarTheGoldenR) May 7, 2017