Many homeless stray animals are sadly living in the New York City area shelters, and they all need money to help the shelters buy food, blankets, and medicines. One champion of these poor homeless animals is New York City lawyer Ross Abelow, who has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise at least $5,000.
The money will be used to pay for vaccines, as well as the above items at New York animal shelters. Abelow is doing this as part of his commitment to his community. He is a law partner at Abelow and Cassandro LLP, specializing in Family law cases and entertainment law cases.
Abelow Certified to Fight Cases in New York City Courts
He is certified and licensed to operate in New York after graduating from law school and passing the required tests and other evaluations for the state of New York. He will be happy to set up a consultation with you to talk about your legal case if you need a lawyer in the New York area that helps clients with family law or entertainment issues.
Abelow’s firm is ready to help any client in these areas to fight their cases in court as he has all the skills and experience needed to help them win their case. And just like helping his law clients win, this GoFundMe campaign will help the New York City stray and homeless animals win and help them survive the cold winter and the rest of the year.
GoFundMe Campaign Fights for New York City Stray Animals
The New York shelters need these funds to provide more space for all the hundreds of stray dogs and cats in the area, and even if you can only give a few dollars, it is bound to help them out greatly. You can find out more about this campaign at https://www.gofundme.com/ross-abelow-pets.
The bottom line is that Ross Abelow cares about not only his law customers, but he is also an animal lover who wants to provide care and assistance to New York City’s stray and homeless dogs and cats via this GoFundMe campaign. So, if you are an animal lover and don’t want the animals in New York City to go hungry, or without medications and vaccines, or be cold in the winter, then go to this GoFundMe page and donate what you can. Every dollar helps the animals!