Tag Archive | Priscilla

HPAN Pays $439 to Help Campbell County Animal Shelter with Three Dogs

Shelly was surrendered to the shelter by her family who could not properly care for her. We paid for her spay surgery. 

Priscilla was taken to the shelter as a stray. She tested positive for heartworms, so we sponsored her treatment as well as her spay.

Gracie was also a stray who had been hanging out at the local middle school for a while begging for handouts. She also tested positive for heartworms, so we sponsored her treatment, too.

All these beautiful girls are recovering in foster care prior to being available for adoption.

HPAN Sponsors 21 AHAR Animals with $1684

All of these beauties were taken in by Almost Home Animal Rescue (AHAR) as strays or owner surrenders. They needed basic vet care including vaccines, parasite tests, medication/preventives, and spay/neuter. We sponsored the needs for $1,684. Some are now in their adoptive homes, and others are still available. On to better lives, Olive, Soleil, Priscilla, Elvis, Grace, Bonnie, Clyde, Kingston, Fuzzy Tail, Jolie, Reuben, Stitch, Buddy, Sadie, Mulan, and Soliel’s litter: Mars, Venus, Neptune, Jupiter, Eartha, and Saturn!

HPAN Sends $660 in Sponsorship to SMART’s Veterinarian

Smoky Mountain Animal Rescue of Tennessee (SMART) was in need of funding for the veterinary care of their sanctuary animals. In the past three months, they have been raising a litter of puppies born to a dog, Daisy, they rescued in August.  When the puppies were six weeks old, one of the pups, George, was diagnosed with a genetic disease called Strangles. Fortunately, George is expected to make a full recovery, but the unexpected cost of raising a surprise litter of pups has put a bit of a stress on them financially.  They were requesting a donation of $660 toward upcoming wellness exams and vaccines, which would cover up to six of their senior dogs.

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Daisy and George

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Sunny, Madison, and Priscilla

Donation Made to SMART Animals

The Smoky Mountain Animal Rescue of Tennessee, a non-profit organization located in Maryville, asked for help with some of their special-needs animals, like Priscilla, who is blind because of diabetes and needs two insulin shots per day. We sent $250 for their medical fund.

Priscilla