Holding a journalism and mass media degree from the University of Colorado, Victoria Doramus is a digital and print media specialist with a knack for creativity. She has an extensive skill set in media, advertising, branding, and communication. Always finding new innovative ways to combine different fields. Her passion lies in her involvement in charitable organizations.
In a recent interview, Victoria Doramus details how her previous life struggles with addiction, and the challenges involved with recovery motivates her charity work. She notes the importance of aiding others that are struggling with similar issues, not limited to humans. In a beautiful world, cruelty still exists and animals silently bear the brunt and help is needed.
Her support of Best Friends Animal Society continues to inspire others. Working vigorously to stop the killing of animals in America’s animal shelters. Developing community programs countrywide, with the aim of working together to save these animals. Her links with Best Friends started in the 1980’s, a time when there was the rampant routine killing of cats and dogs as a control method to void the society of unwanted pets. During this period, about 17 million animals were killed every year with old and sickly animals the first to be eliminated.
Best Friends Animal Society, a nonprofit, animal welfare society started as a small group that decided to take in destitute animals and provides a safe place for healing. The organization provides nursing for sickly animals by adopting families. Meanwhile, the rest of the animals spend time in sanctuaries being well taken care of in their new environment.
Animals need to be loved, and it is for this reason that Victoria Doramus Supports this group personally. Notwithstanding age, health or choice, she believes these animals require due care. The group believes in the total eradication of animal killing in America’s animal shelters.
With the help the Best Friends Animal Society gets from supporters like Victoria Doramus, they can provide about 1600 animals medical care at any given time. Helping the animals overcome their troubled past, much like their human counterparts struggling with addictions. The network group brings together rescue groups nationally, holding adoption events, informing, and educating the public, and running fundraising drives.