We all have a story to tell and a legacy to leave. SPCA Champions, Lorey and Brent Brown, will forever be remembered as heroes.
Two years ago, Lorey and Brent began fostering SPCA kitties. Their first experience was with Lillie, a kitty who was rescued from a hoarding situation. Because of their patience, kindness, and dedication, Lillie made dramatic improvements and began thriving. “It’s the best feeling in the world when an animal that’s been through so much starts to trust you,” says Lorey, explaining how rewarding fostering SPCA kitties has been.
Lorey and Brent quickly realized that the Nova Scotia SPCA desperately need financial support to continue to serve animals in need. Antibiotics, surgeries and emergency medical treatment is expensive… especially for a charity with no government funding for their shelters. On numerous occasions, Lorey has kindly donated proceeds from her all-natural skincare line, From the Nut Shea Butters.
Recently, Lorey and Brent have decided to take their love for animals even further and generously included the Nova Scotia SPCA in their will. “Animals cannot speak for themselves. They need us!” says Lorey. By leaving a meaningful gift for the Nova Scotia SPCA in their will, they will continue to transform the lives of local animals. Their legacy of love will help provide life-saving veterinary care, stress-free sheltering, and endless love and affection.
Lorey and Brent have expressed, “Everyone at the SPCA has such a special heart!” This is exactly how we feel about our generous supporters, like you! In as little as one sentence in your will, you can provide a brighter future for abandoned, injured and abused pets. In fact, because of the unique tax advantages, it can also help save you and your family money.
Pets give you unconditional love… and you have the powerful opportunity to make your love unconditional too. Thank you for your everlasting commitment to local animals in need, Lorey and Brent!
Taylor is the Communications & Development Officer with the Nova Scotia SPCA and proud adoptive fur-mama to Bonnie. She is passionate about raising awareness and funds for local animals in need.