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HPAN Helps BCAWS Save Three More from Hoarder with $504.80

The Blount County Animal Welfare Society (BCAWS) has taken in over 50 dogs from a local hoarder over the last two years. Jack, Susie, and Mary were holdouts, continuing to live in squalor. The owner’s health has deteriorated, so he agreed to surrender these three. BCAWS asked us to sponsor, so we paid their vet for services to prepare the dog fam for a northbound transport. We covered exams, vaccines, heartworm tests, medication for tickborne disease, and two nights of boarding prior to transport. Happy trails, sweet ones!

HPAN Sponsors Basic Vetting with $503

Petunia and Tulip are two more dogs from a 50 dog hoarding case in Blount County. The Blount County Animal Welfare Society (BCAWS) has convinced the owner to surrender a few here and a few there. These girls are the most recent surrenders. They were almost untouchable at first (reference dog house photo), but loving foster care has taught these beauties to trust humans (reference other photos 🙂). BCAWS asked us to sponsor their basic vetting, so the girls are now ready to be adopted into loving homes.

HPAN Sponsors 2 Dogs with $747

Lola and Reese were living outside in a muddy mess. Their owner contacted the Blount County Animal Welfare Society (BCAWS) to rehome after realizing she couldn’t care for them. BCAWS asked us for help, so we paid for their exams, parasite testing, vaccines, and spay surgeries for $373.50 each. These girls will be heading north soon and will be adopted through the Homeward Bound Dog Rescue of NY!

HPAN Sponsors Lucy with $300

The Blount County Animal Welfare Society (BCAWS) pulled Lucy from the Blount County Animal Center. She was heartworm positive and had a low grade mast cell tumor on her rump. They had her heartworms treated, had the mast cell tumor excised, and found her a wonderful foster home. Then they discovered a hole in her palate. Without repair, Lucy could have had problems with aspiration, infection, etc. BCAWS asked us to sponsor her palate surgery for $300. Now Lucy is all fixed up and back in foster care.