HPAN Helps Oak Ridge Animal Shelter Injured Kitty

Trooper came in badly injured from being inhumanely trapped. He was injured and starving. Thankfully, a good Samaritan brought him in, and he was rushed to the vet where he was found to have a broken jaw and a tooth sticking sideways out of his mouth. After surgery and much care, Trooper is going to pull through. He was worth saving when no one else cared. Every life matters. Trooper matters. The shelter’s “cat team” asked HPAN for help on his bill, which is over $400. We were able to contribute $300.



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Helping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.
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