PAWS Chicago, a Midwest animal rescue organisation, is focusing on preventing shelters from using euthanasia for their resident cats and dogs, and they are now accepting cryptocurrency donations.
PAWS Chicago, an animal rescue organization in the Midwest city is focusing on stopping shelters from using euthanasia for its resident cats and dogs and they are now accepting crypto donations. During an announcement on Tuesday, PAWS Chicago said it would be accepting Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE) with other tokens to help its operations with the upcoming hospital for homeless cats and dogs.
“We are eager to connect with the growing cryptocurrency community, who can help sustain the future of animal welfare in Chicago and save animals lives,” said PAWS Chicago CEO Susanna Homan. The organization is looking forward to focus on a “a tech-savvy demographic of potential donors,” promoting crypto donations with digital billboards with a dog shooting laser out its eyes.
The organization believes the crypto donations could be used to further its goals to reduce the number of shelter animals euthanized in the United States by sterilizing and removing the reproductive the organs of the animals. PAWS Chicago said it has given 300,000 such surgeries in its 25 years of operation by deducting the number of homeless animals killed in the Chicago area by 91%. The new medical center focuses on upgrading the efforts to save animals.
The iconic dog used on the Dogecoin project was a Japanese Shiba Inu from a popular meme from 2013. Ever since then, DOGE has turned into becoming famous. With famous figures like Elon Musk CEO of Tesla supporting it with the size as the price increased from less than a penny to an all-time high of $0.68. during this time of publication, the price of token is at $0.29 having fallen by 8% during the last 24 hours.