Unique Challenges for Domestic Violence Survivors Who Identify As LGBTQIA+
June 16, 2022
June 27, 2018The Washington Post features CASA's kennel
The Washington Post featured CASA’s kennel on June 15, 2018. Why? Because too many survivors feel trapped in abusive relationships out of fear of leaving their pet behind.
K. was one of them, until she found out about the on-site kennel at our domestic violence shelter.
“K. isn’t sure what she would have done had she not found CASA, because she made a vow to Cody on the day they met that she would never leave the dog. That was several years ago, as K. was driving and saw a man on the side of the road hitting and kicking an overweight golden retriever….”
Spread the word! Our kennel can only make a difference if domestic violence survivors know about it! Read more in this article by Duncan Strauss (also host of WMNF Community radio‘s Talking Animals Radio Show) and @Karin Brulliard, with photography by Eve Edelheit.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CASA KENNEL: PRESS RELEASE
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