Victoria Doramus is well aware of the fact that the world can be a rough place for people and for animals. She, herself, has experienced some of the rougher aspects of life as a recovering addict who now sees the value in helping others. While she has done plenty for people, she is now turning her attention towards some of the animals that need help, and this inspired her to support the Best Friends Animal Society. The organizations works to put a stop to the killing of animals in animal shelters by working within communities and by building partnerships all over the United States.
Best Friends has been around since the 1980s and started up during a time when dogs and cats were being killed all of the time at shelters because they could not find a home. In fact, 17 million animals were being put to death on a yearly basis back in the 80s. When some friends banded together to get some animals out of the shelters and to a place where they could heal up, they discovered that they were able to find loving homes for them. This was where Best Friends Animal Society began, and it continues to help animals today with the support of people like Victoria Doramus.
Luckily, there are people like her in the world because organizations like Best Friends Animal Society need all of the help they can get. It is the organization’s wishes that animals will not have to be killed some day, and they have already done so much towards accomplishing this goal. In today’s world, animals are lost without having someone to love them because they are living in our world. Recovery expert Victoria Doramus hopes that she will be able to get the word out to as many people as possible in order to save as many animals as she can.