Harry, Sissy, and Zorro Ready for Transport with HPAN’s Help
These three darlings were surrendered by their owners to the Roane County Animal Shelter. The Humane Society of Roane County stepped in, got them out, and networked them into a Connecticut rescue. We had the opportunity to pay $147 for their pre-transport requirements of vaccines, parasite testing, and health certificates. Enjoy the North, little ones!
HPAN Helps Heal Beauty with $272
Beauty was surrendered to the Roane County Animal Shelter by her owner. She had lived outside all her life with no name, serving as a breeding factory. When she started showing signs of heartworms, the owner had no use for her. That’s when the Humane Society of Roane County stepped in. They asked us to pay for her spay, rabies vaccine, heartworm test confirmation, and heartworm treatment. Beauty will heal in foster care before being transported north. Life gets better from here, sweet girl!
Four Shelter Dogs Primed for Transport with Our Sponsorship
Luca, Sugar, Toby, and Noah are catching a freedom ride to Connecticut after being pulled out of the Roane County Animal Shelter by the Humane Society of Roane County. We had the privilege of sponsoring the needed wellness exams, vaccines, heartworm tests, and flea treatment for $176. All but one had been fixed, and the intake rescue will cover that. Happy trials, sweet ones! We are so glad to play a small part in your rescue!
Two Shelter Pups Get Vetted for $173
Sally’s owner passed away, and Duncan was a stray. Both were taken to the Roane County Animal Shelter and then taken in by the Humane Society of Roane County. Off they went into foster care before their vet appointment for spay/neuter, dentals, vaccines, and heartworm tests. We sponsored these services for the rescue. Sally has already been adopted, and Duncan is traveling to a north to another rescue.
HPAN Helps Nigel Live as a Tripod
The Roane County Animal Shelter had this kitty in foster care. Unfortunately for Nigel, his foster let him outside and ran over him in the driveway. He had a severe injury to his front leg, and it had to be amputated. The shelter and foster agreed that his life was worth saving, so we were asked to sponsor his surgery. We paid $500 of the $900 bill.
HPAN Helps Chad Feel Better
Chad was a stray at the Roane County Animal Shelter. It appeared he’d suffered a hip injury from being hit by a car. The Humane Society of Roane County took him to the vet for an exam and pain medication. Chad’s doctor said he would need to see an orthopedic specialist. We sponsored the charges for his initial vet visit.
Danielle and Daniel Get Fixed and Healthy!
These sweethearts were turned into the Roane County Animal Shelter as strays. The Humane Society of Roane County stepped in and got them to the vet for spay/neuter, vaccines, and flea/tick prevention. We were able to sponsor them so they can soon head to a northern rescue.
Eight Cats Get a Second Chance
Ursula, Oreo, Miss Priss, Bobby, Harlow, Ally Cat, Jersey, and Montell found themselves at the Roane County Animal Shelter, brought in as strays. After nobody came in to claim them, they were eligible for rescue, so the Humane Society of Roane County stepped up to save their lives. Straight to Planned PetHood they went to get combo tested and required vaccines before being available for adoption. We were glad to pay the $269 fee for the vet services.
HPAN Sponsors a Cat and Two Dogs for $216
Koda was a stray kitty from Morgan County, and Joshua and Jeffrey were owner surrenders to the Roane County Animal Shelter. The Humane Society of Roane County pulled them into rescue and asked us to sponsor their vaccines and neuters. All three will be transferring to northern rescues soon!
HPAN Kicks in $595 to Help Delilah
Delilah was hit by a car and taken to the Roane County Animal Shelter. The Humane Society of Roane County stepped in, took Delilah into their program, and rushed her to the animal ER where she had to spend the night. HPAN paid $595 on her $1787 bill. She is continuing to receive care for her injuries.