When we learned that the Friends of Campbell County Animals needed funds to continue their work and what it would take to sponsor a few animals, we decided to offer help. HPAN donated $50 which will help either two small cats or two small dogs. You can also donate by going to www.facebook.com/friendsofcampbellcountyanimals. They’re also having a great online auction there!
The Friends of Campbell County Animals (FCCA) has been hit hard lately due to the recent closure of the county’s animal shelter. They’re struggling to pay vet bills totaling around $3,000. FCCA’s operator informed us that they are being called on for every animal need the county has – from a dog that has had its paw cut off to spaying/neutering/vetting of multiple animals.
The Helping Paws Animal Network contributed $300 to assist with cost associated with all these needs.
Thanks for any help you can send our way, because helping HPAN helps groups like this!
In April 2013, after confirmed allegations of animal cruelty, the Adrion W Baird Animal Center in Campbell County closed pending further investigation. The Friends of Campbell County Animals (FCCA), a non-profit organization who assists homing shelter animals and sponsors a low-cost spaying/neutering program, graciously took in many of the shelter animals that day, which put a strain on their budget. HPAN contributed $200 to assist with their efforts.
HPAN recently sent $200 to the Friends of Campbell County Animals (FCCA) for their efforts in saving animals from the Campbell County Shelter. The shelter rescued and homed over 30 animals in February, which reduced the shelter’s euthanasia rate from 96% to 20% for the month! The FCCA needs money for all the cost associated with pull fees, spaying/neutering, vaccines, etc. They were very grateful!