Many homeless and stray animals roam on the streets. They pose a high risk to the general public because some of them are predatory. In order to prevent conflict between the strays and the human population, it is important to accommodate them in animal shelters. In addition, their presence on the streets especially during the cold weather is harmful to their health. The animals ought to be taken care of to safeguard their wellbeing, more so during adverse weather conditions.
Top New York lawyer, Ross Abelow sees this as a problem and recently announced the launch of a unique Go Fund Me campaign, which will help put a roof over the vagrant animals. The initiative, which was started on January 13th aims at collecting 5,000 dollars. This money will go towards providing the animals with food, shelter, health services and a warm surrounding during the winter. Currently, there is a bulging number of distressed and vulnerable animals. The available shelters do not have the capacity to adequately hold the huge number of waifs. Funds raised from the campaign will therefore go a long way in alleviating suffering among the animals.
The campaign is Mr. Abelow’s way of serving the community by marshaling fellow animal lovers to help meet the needs of the beasts. This will avert their deaths by protecting them from the vagrancies of winter. Additional information about the cause can be found on Mr. Abelow’s GoFundMe campaign site.
Brief Info about Ross Abelow
He is among the most recognized attorneys, not just in New York but also the whole of the United States. His legal practice encompasses marital law, business law, family law and litigation law. He was admitted to the bar of New York State’s Appellate Division of the Supreme Court for the Second Judicial Department in 1990 and has been practicing for over 25 years, serving at several reputable firms.
Abelow has been described as the go-to attorney for people facing legal issues. He has built extensive links with other practitioners, which has been pivotal in keeping his success score high. He attended the New York University for his undergraduate degree and later on the Brooklyn College of Law. In addition, he is an active legal debater who enjoys engaging his compatriots in dialogues touching on matters of the law. Away from the legal domain, he is actively involved in animal charity. His ongoing fundraising campaign, which seeks to benefit strays has won him many accolades.
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