Four Abandoned Cats Land in Rescue

Harold, Minnow, Pixel, and Mad Cat had various vet needs when they were taken in by Almost Home Animal Rescue and put into foster care. They asked us to sponsor shots, testing, parasite treatment, spay/neuter, microchips, and one hematoma repair. All this totaled $839.78.

Buster In For a Better Life!

This sweet baby has spent three years of his life chained up to a tree. His owners finally decided to let animal control come get him because of the shape he was in. The Humane Society of Roane County pulled him from the shelter and asked us to sponsor his neuter for $130. He will be traveling to a northern rescue soon!

Kona Gets the Chance at a Loving Home

Sweet Kona was unfortunately owned by an unstable person. Even though this person had her for four years, Kona was obviously not taken care of. The owner threatened to have her put down because she just did not want Kona anymore. A family member reached out to Almost Home Animal Rescue, who placed Kona in foster care. We were able to pay for her exam, testing, vaccines, and dewormer for $140.67. If Kona can get along with the family dog, it’s possible she will be officially adopted by her foster family.

Shadow Gets Fixed with HPAN’s Help

The TN Valley Golden Retriever Rescue freed Shadow from a shelter after he was surrendered by his owner. They asked us to sponsor his vetting, so he got neutered, tested, and treated for parasites for $339. Shadow is up for adoption with the rescue.

$610 Needed for Roxanne, Pikachu, and CoCo

Spay it Forward East TN took ownership of these three when their owners could no longer care for them. We paid for their special vet needs. Both Roxanne and Pikachu got much-needed dentals, and CoCo was spayed and had her cherry eye fixed. All three are available for adoption to new homes.

Aspen is Kicking Heartworms

The Campbell County Animal Shelter hosted Aspen for a while after he was brought in as a stray. The Friends group reached out to us once they learned he tested positive for heartworms, asking if we could sponsor his treatment. After a $237 payment on the required injections, Aspen is resting in foster care.

Eight Cats Get a Second Chance

Ursula, Oreo, Miss Priss, Bobby, Harlow, Ally Cat, Jersey, and Montell found themselves at the Roane County Animal Shelter, brought in as strays. After nobody came in to claim them, they were eligible for rescue, so the Humane Society of Roane County stepped up to save their lives. Straight to Planned PetHood they went to get combo tested and required vaccines before being available for adoption. We were glad to pay the $269 fee for the vet services.

HPAN Helps Littles Go North

This mom and her puppies were rescued by the Humane Society of Roane County after they were found in an abandoned house. They needed health certificates, exams, and vaccines before they could travel north. We were happy to sponsor these services for $213.50.

China Gets $500 Sponsorship from HPAN

Campbell County Animal Shelter dog, China, needed hematoma surgery and lots of treatment for her skin issues. We kicked in money to help with her surgery, diagnosis, and medication.

Jethro Improving with HPAN Funding

Jethro the cat lost his human mom, so he and his mother were taken into rescue by Almost Home Animal Rescue. While in foster care, Jethro was diagnosed with diabetes and needed medical attention. We kicked in $399.39 for his diagnostics and medication to help him become stable.