Welcome to the Wags and Menace Make a Difference Foundation
The Wags & Menace Foundation seeks to provide medical treatment for sick
animals in Colorado, to fund organizations and activities that benefit animals,
and to inspire, teach and motivate other individuals and organizations to
achieve similar objectives.
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How We Got Started
Wags and Menace - In January 1999 Cindy Lee adopted Wags, a flat coat
retriever/mix, and Menace, a shepard / mix. Starting with the Furry Scurry, the
trio gradually became involved in a wide variety of activities helping area
animals. Cindy, Wags, and Menace became well-known focal points for
animal-related fundraising. In January 2006, Wags passed away, followed by
Menace in June 2006. Their contributions to Colorado animals in need will
forever be remembered with gratitude by the hundreds of two- and four- legged
friends they made during their meaningful lives.
Baxter - In late January 2006, Cindy Lee met Baxter. He was seriously
underweight for his age, and had obviously suffered abuse and neglect. A spark
flared, and she took him home. Today, he has almost completed his Special
Education Therapy training, and is a happy, healthy poster child for the effect
a caring human can have on the life of an animal. As the new CEO of The Wags
& Menace Make A Difference Program Foundation, Baxter says “I was one of the
lucky ones. There are thousands of other animals out there who need to find the
right human, and if I can make a difference through my service I’ll consider my
life well spent. Cindy has done so very much for me, and it’s important to send
the doggy love forward. Please help us help others.