Kissimmee : FL : USA | Aug 06, 2011 at 11:17 AM PDT
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Homeless and abused dogs and cats rescued by donations to Second Acts

We need your help. Just $1 a month will help us feed the homeless, rescue animals, help families pay for veternarian services, give grants for college and businesses. If you can donate more that would be awesome. Tell everyone you know so we can do the work of the lord. Thank You & god bless..

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