Freelance writers, Cheryl Hanna and Penny Eims, provided current pet-related content to Examiner.com for the past several years. Earlier this month, Examiner.com unexpectedly shut down the site, leaving the writers without a source of income, and readers without the pet-related news that they had come to rely on.
In an effort to continue providing information to both of the writers devoted followers, the Pet Rescue Report was created. Response to the new site has been positive – unfortunately, there are so many readers the the costs associated with the maintaining site are far outweighing the minuscule earnings.
Hanna and Eims desperately want to continue doing what they do best – writing about dogs, cats and other animals, keeping readers up-to-date on the latest news, and helping at-risk animals who are in need of help.
This particular post is a plea for help – the writers are hoping to find people who are willing and able to provide suggestions for a better website design, ways to secure advertisers, or other ways to keep up with rising costs.
The writers are asking that anyone who wants to see this website continue, and thrive, to comment on the article itself, or send suggestions to Eims1@live.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A GoFundMe account has been established for readers who would like to help this site succeed. Please click here to read more.