What you feel as you travel around the tables and booths is a sense of connection. We all converse before, during and after the shows and usually meet at night for a group supper and talk about the day. It's a great way to experience life. We support you as a consumer and ourselves as animal lovers, entrepreneurs and promotors of education. We come together as family at each venue. If someone needs help, it's freely given and information is exchanged so it's a great experience for everyone.
Boom: We are being told for the first time in MY lifetime that we have to stay at home, wear a mask and businesses had to shut down. Where the heck did I wake up? China??? In that faithful morning, my world, along with millions of others, took a drastic change. I no longer had a job, yet I still have the same bills as the day before. How am I going to eat? How am I going to feed all these animals? Lord, the power bill, the animals lives depend on that! Not destroy my credit? The list goes on and on.
Oh Crap, I can't go see my elderly family members and have to worry about my aging friends.
I have a rescue full of animals and no income... marinate on that for a moment.
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