Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation



He did it again! Our super, wonderful, generous man from Los Angeles, Craig Kleber donated $1000 dollars for dog food to be delivered by AWL to Adrianna’s 400-dog shelter. We had to special order the food on base and thanks to Bill who ordered Purina, they (Purina) gave us $2 dollars off of each bag. Every one there heard about this great guy from LA, “What? Really?” “Send our regards,” said Italian workers at the Commissary. Many Americans were stunned, “you’ve got to be kidding — a thousand bucks?”

Trina took the truck and me the SUV and we drove this bright sunny day and picked it all up. I love my SUV, half a pallet was driven in by a forklift, the other 33 bags the guys and Trina brought in the Truck, and of course my Olivia helped. And me — I had the best job taking pictures!

My angel is a big fan she has heard his name many times. It is important for her to understand there are kind people too.

People came out to be sure… one guy from LA donated to a shelter here?

Thank you Mister Craig said Angel from the 400 dog shelter…yes her name is Angel (didn’t know until someone posted the name on FB)

At Adrianna’s shelter in their little storage laid maybe 60 bags, that’s all they had for 400 dogs. Adrianna was speechless and her love and thankfulness goes to you, Mr. Kleber, across the many miles. You have touched so many hearts here, you are our Saint! We don’t know how we are going to express our thankfulness. I hope you realize how many eyes you have lit up with a hope for human kindness. You give us hope Craig. Thank you!

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