Graham was the product of a drop and drive. Fortunately for him, he was dropped near a foster for Almost Home Animal Rescue. She scooped up this handsome kitty, took him to the vet for services, and the rescue secured our sponsorship. Graham was subsequently adopted!
These beautiful dogs were saved by Almost Home Animal Rescue. Sophie was stuck in a shelter and had two days to live when she was saved. Precious was an owner surrender, who came into rescue with no training whatsoever. We had the opportunity to pay a portion of the emergency boarding for these girls, as well as spay surgery for precious, and vaccines and deworming for both.
All of these beautiful animals were found as sick and hungry strays or had been abandoned in crates, before being rescued by Almost Home Animal Rescue. We had the privilege to help the organization with their vet needs, which included vaccines, spay/neuter, parasite testing, wound cleaning, etc. Since being fully vetted, three have been adopted, and the rest are hanging out in foster care before they are scooped up by approved adopters.
Almost Home Animal Rescue took Jack Sparrow into their program once he was found wandering down the street with one eye missing and the other not functioning well. They rescued Aspen and Uno from a shelter. All of these lost little ones have now been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped with our funds.
Kitty cat, Chloe, was surrendered to Almost Home Animal Rescue (AHAR) by her owner. She had terrible teeth causing her much pain, so oral surgery was the recommendation. AHAR asked us to sponsor her dental cleaning and necessary tooth extractions. We also covered a dose of flea prevention. Chloe will be up for adoption when she recovers.
Abandoned and/or surrendered, these animals needed vet services from basic to advanced. Almost Home Animal Rescue asked us to help so all nine of these babies could have a better life.
This sweet litter was found without their mother and were saved by Almost Home Animal Rescue. They became quite ill and needed vet care. We sponsored their exams and medication. More vetting to come as they get better!
This sweet baby was part of a kitten litter taken in by Almost Home Animal Rescue. The kittens and their mom were kept in a dog kennel outside with very little food, water, and zero protection from the weather. They were very sickly, and some didn’t make it from the get-go. Little Bean was a fighter, and the rescue thought he was going to make it. When he started declining, they felt it was worth giving him the best shot possible, so they took him to the vet for an emergency exam and diagnostics. In the end, he just couldn’t fight anymore. We helped the rescue with the $309.10 bill.
Poor Charlie was abandoned before he got lucky and was picked up by Almost Home Animal Rescue. They asked us to sponsor his basic vet expenses and emergency boarding to the total of $500. Now, Charlie is vaccinated, neutered, and on prevention. He’s ready for a loving home!
Almost Home Animal Rescue took these handsome boys into their rescue. Leo is a stray that probably had an owner at one point, but he was left behind at a trailer park to fend for himself. Harold was abandoned by his owner. He had terribly infected ears and other issues requiring medication. We were able to sponsor these boys by paying $189 for neuters, testing, medication/treatment, and microchips.