Give from Your Heart (Vampire Approved)

Give from Your Heart (Vampire Approved), blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas,  Give blood, donate blood
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Considering how much of it exists in the world, it’s surprising (or maybe not) that blood banks are perpetually short of their key product. Blood and blood components are needed to help people with various medical conditions (including those with blood cancers), for surgery, and for emergency situations, like during childbirth or after a car accident. When there isn’t enough blood to go around, the consequences are devastating. So today’s post is to ask you to please consider donating blood, if you can. You’ll be rewarded with the warm sense of having done some good in the world (and a cookie). Your local vampires would approve 🧛

For more information on donating blood:

Canadian Blood Services:

Société canadienne du sang:

American Red Cross:

NHS Blood Services:

If your local agency isn’t listed, try doing an online search for blood services in your country/region.

(By the way, veterinary clinics need blood too. Find out more here, or search for pet blood donations in your local area:!cabb )

Wishing you a bloody good weekend…

Aspasía S. Bissas

PS: Reading is a great way to pass the time while you’re donating blood. Stay on theme and choose one of my books.

Aspasia S. Bissas books: Love Lies Bleeding, Blood Magic, Tooth & Claw, book, books, free book, free books, freebies, freebie, free ebook, free ebooks, vampire, vampires, dark fantasy, dark romance, historical fiction, gothic fiction, gothic fantasy, urban fantasy, paranormal, supernatural, horror, dark reads, indie author, indie fiction, strong female protagonist,

5 Replies to “Give from Your Heart (Vampire Approved)”

  1. It surprised me to learn that animals can give blood, too. I have a friend who takes his cats regularly. (Not Catorze, though. Nobody would want his scuzzy blood.)

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    1. Lol Catorze has his own blood type! From what I understand, it’s easier for cats because blood types don’t need to be an exact match for transfusions. Poor dogs, on the other hand, have a long list of blood types and need to have exact matches, so keeping a supply on hand is a bit of a nightmare. Now that I’m thinking about it, I wonder what wildlife rescues do…

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