Victoria Doramus Support For The Best Friends Animal Society

Victoria Doramus is a professional in the digital and print media with a fondness for the creative. She graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in journalism and mass communication. Doramus entails a broad experience in media, branding, advertising and communication. Her experiences include working with Creative Arts Agency, Stila Cosmetics, Mindshare and personal assistant of Peter Berg, a film director and producer.

Victoria Doramus as a recovering addict undergoes various difficulties. As she starts her recovery process, she understood how vital it is to assist others. She discovered animals also needs help and therefore, supports the Best Friends Animal Society.

The Best Friends Animal Society is a non-profit organization and an animal welfare society, that started in the 1980s. The organization began as a result of animal killing as an approach to dealing with unwanted pets in America. About 17million cats and dogs were killed yearly which involved killing first the old and sick.

A group of friends agreed to take these animals to a secure healing place. The friends gave the animals’ love and care. Most of the animals got adopted to loving families whereas those who remained went to a new sanctuary.

The society helps animals by trying to stop the killings in animal shelters in America. This is done through the creation of community programs and partnership throughout the country. The organization believes that by working together they can save all the animals. The Best Friends Animal Society dreams that one day America’s animal shelters will no longer kill the animals.

Victoria Doramus supports the Best Friends Animal Society because of their belief that sick, old or unwanted animals, deserved care and love. She also focuses on other charities organization including the Women’s Prison Association, Room to Read and the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

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