KUSA/Channel 9 Award Video
Cindy has had a 100% adoption record over the past 13 years of volunteering for the segment on KUSA-TV.
Channel 9 News KUSA-TV in Denver features Cindy Lee promoting an adoptable pet. Every animal featured on this segment has been adopted! Tune in at 6AM Wednesday, or 4PM Thursday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m. to meet animals in need of loving homes.
The video below was produced by KUSA in honor of Cindy Lee and her work with the Wags and Menace Foundation for the Denver Dumber Friends League Petline 9 Homeless Dog Adoption segment.
Human Society of Boulder Valley: Unsung Hero Award
The Wags and Menace Foundation has won the Unsung Hero award. Cindy's foundation has helped raise money for many life saving medical equipment needs at the veterinary clinic at the humane society. Also has sponsored many sick and homeless animals that needed medical attention and care. I hope all of the medial equipment and needed care will help them beat the odds and save more lives.
Harrison Animal Hospital: Hero Award
Since 1996, Cindy Lee has help Harrison foster unique partnerships within the Denver community. She has been an outspoken advocate for the work Harrison provides to animals in need. Among her numerous contributions are the Pets & Vets Program, which links local Girl Scouts with Harrison’s veterinarians for fun-filled service-learning experiences. She has also been a great asset to many fundraising events.
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Denver Dumb Friends League
Cindy Lee and the Wags & Menace Foundation received the Sheilagh R. Malo Humanitarian Award. Cindy has not only been a volunteer with the League for 11 years in humane education, communications and special events, she also volunteers her time at several other Animal Shelters.
Sheilagh R. Malo Humanitarian Award Recipient
Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is a national leader in providing humane care to lost and abandoned animals, rescuing sick, injured and abused animals, adopting pets to new homes, helping pets stay in homes, and educating pet owners and the public about the needs of companion animals. The largest animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region, DDFL welcomes tens of thousands animals to our two shelters. They turn no animals away.
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