Dogs, cats, and other animals truly become part of your family if you choose to bring one into your home. The Chaffin Luhana Foundation is proud to donate $250 to the ASPCA (American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) on behalf of one of our associates, Kartik Subramany.
The ASPCA is dedicated to helping animals who are the victims of animal cruelty or left without a home. It was the first humane society established in North America. According to the ASPCA website, there were “14,365 animals rescued and/or assisted in 2014,” “3,800 adoptions from ASPCA Adoption Center last year,” and “86,850 ASPCA advocates took action in 2014.”
Kartik has and always will have a big heart for animals. “To me, one of the most heartbreaking sights is seeing an animal that has been abused, neglected, or mistreated. Sadly, animal cruelty may never be eradicated, but much can be done to raise awareness and help rescue abused animals and provide them with a better life and loving home,” Kartik said.
To help some loving animals this holiday season, click here. You can also write to the ASPCA at the address below:
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
424 E. 92nd St
New York, NY 10128-6804
Exclusively focused on representing plaintiffs, especially in mass tort litigation, Eric Chaffin prides himself on providing unsurpassed professional legal services in pursuit of the specific goals of his clients and their families. Both his work and his cases have been featured in the national press, including on ABC’s Good Morning America.