Almost Home Animal Rescue took in Greta, Garfield, Gizmo, Figaro, and Blue. We sponsored their vaccines and testing initially. Now that they’re old enough, we sponsored their rabies shots and spay/neuter. This life they’re about to live sure beats where they came from – the streets! They are almost home!
We had the privilege of helping Almost Home Animal Rescue with these four happy cats, for they weren’t always so happy. Their stories vary. Two were shelter cats, one was a street orphan, and one was abandoned at a vet’s office. One thing they have in common now is they’re happy and loved. We sponsored their spay/neuter and rabies shots. Coconut, Carter, Peanut, and Morris, here’s to your new life!
Marie and Erwen were hanging around a home with their feral mom. Mom and babies were trapped, and Almost Home Animal Rescue asked us to help with the babies. We sponsored their exams and testing, and vaccines and dewormer. They will be altered as soon as they’re old enough.
These six kitties were abandoned without a mom. Almost Home Animal Rescue stepped up and took them into their program. We stepped in to cover their needed testing for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus and Feline Leukemia for a total of $67.50. All will be fully vetted prior to adoption. We’re so glad to play a small role in this great save.
Socks sat in a Tennessee shelter for two months with painful injuries. When Almost Home Animal Rescue got word, they pulled him into their program and rushed him to the vet where he received wound care, was treated with antibiotics, vaccinated, dewormed, and neutered. Socks is happy, healthy, and ready for a great home!
Almost Home Animal Rescue has taken in more kittens. These four were left alone when their mother was killed. They were sick and infected. HPAN paid for their antibiotics, ear medication, dewormer, etc. for $70.47.
Spots was a stray who got lucky and landed into the care of Almost Home Animal Rescue. They asked us to sponsor Spots’ combo testing, vaccines, and spay surgery. No more litters with this little one!
Almost Home Animal Rescue pulled five of these kittens from a high-kill shelter just before they were put down, and one from a feral colony. We sponsored their exams, combo tests, vaccines, dewormer, etc. They’re too young to be altered, but that will come, and then they will be on their way to living the good life!
These boys landed themselves in a shelter but, thankfully, they were pulled into rescue by Almost Home Animal Rescue. We sponsored their exams, vaccines, heartworm tests and prevention, and neuter surgeries.
Sometimes rescue groups need us for more than just basic vetting. That was the case recently for Almost Home Animal Rescue (AHAR). Over the last several months they’ve rescued some dogs that came with complicated issues and steep medical bills. Ali came to AHAR as a puppy from a backyard breeder. She was undernourished and sick. She was diagnosed with parvo and spent a week in the hospital and racked up a $1,200 bill. She’s now healthy, happy, and ready for adoption. Frederick came to AHAR as a stray. His initial vet visit revealed a urinary tract infection and leptovirus, and he has a pre-cancerous tumor. His bill was over $1,000. Then there was Sierra, who was surrendered after being neglected by her owner. She was found to have heartworms, leaving the rescue further in debt-over $1,300, in fact. Thankfully, Sierra is now heartworm-free and in her new home. HPAN contributed $300 per dog, so $900 in total to AHAR!