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Jennifer Pratt-Wagner shares her Humane Society impact story

Jen is a huge animal lover. She enjoys volunteering with her kids at the Humane Society and making a difference in any way she can.

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Hear how Jennifer is making an impact that matters at the Humane Society!

For me, there is no greater feeling than giving back to the community I have had the privilege to call home for the last 20 years.  I am a huge animal lover, so I enjoy going to the Humane Society with my children and walking the dogs and spending time with the cats. 

My family has fostered and gotten adopted six dogs over the last few years, the last foster being a foster fail who we adopted making us a 3 dog family, all Humane Society dogs. 

We also love to go through our closets every few months and do a huge clean out which we then donate it all to the Humane Society or the Red Cross thrift shops. I have donated blood to the blood bank on a regular basis and I also try to join in on all charity walks which not only make charity contributions but it also improves my fitness level! 

I think the most important thing for me is showing my children the importance of community contributions so they do the same thing when they are older and pass that down to their children, too.

Cayman Islands Humane Society

The Humane Society provides care to dogs and cats in need in the Cayman Islands. The shelter is continuously onboarding homeless puppies, dogs, cats and kittens, who are in desperate need for a break and help to find their forever homes. Fostering helps them find comfort, learn to love humans, and gives us endless joy.