Faith and I told Sanders ahead of time that we weren't coming to class, we had to go out to the humane society to drop off our supplies. We took the 20 minutes drive out there, and once we got there we realized it was still closed. We went to the door and rang the doorbell anyway, hoping they would answer. A volunteer luckily opened the door and we came inside, hands full of gifts. The lady at the front desk said "Oh you can drop that stuff off at the table over there. Thanks."
That was it.
After hours of planning, and calling, and running around town for our donations, and taking pictures, and the hard work making all of those homemade dog treats, all we got was a "oh put that over there with all the other donated stuff. thanks." Really?
I guess they get donations all the time, but they don't realize all the work we put into raising the money and getting the products. Here's how it all went:
1. plan the process
2. call the local buisnesses for donating jars
3. taking the pictures of the dogs
4. creating the jars
5. dropping off the jars
6. picking up the jars
7. finding the recipe
8. making the treats
9. buying the products
10. dropping off the products
All of this and all we got was a Thanks.
Anyway, I learned that they're semi-ungrateful, but it's whatever. I'm glad I could help the dogs in some way.