HPAN Pays $300 on Popeye’s Vet Care
Popeye was pulled from a hoarding situation by the Senior Dog Lodge & Animal Rescue. Yes, they take cats, too! Popeye had a terrible leg injury, which required surgery. We paid $300 on the bill.
HPAN Sponsors Rambo with $300
Rambo’s owner passed away, leaving him and his dog siblings alone and afraid. Senior Dog Lodge & Animal Rescue stepped up to help. Rambo needed to be neutered and vaccinated, and he desperately needed dental work. Rambo also had a damaged eye, requiring removal. We contributed $300 to these needs.
HPAN Helps Dixie and Trixie with $580.87
These precious pups were hit by a car in Morgan County and taken to the Senior Dog Lodge & Animal Rescue. They were rushed to the Animal Emergency and Specialty Center where Dixie was treated for head trauma and Trixie was treated for broken bones in her legs and pelvis. They are lucky to be alive and still have a ways to go, but at least they have a chance at living a good life.
$134 for SDL Cats
It is unfortunately kitten season, and rescue groups are being flooded with litters upon litters. Senior Dog Lodge and Animal Rescue is no exception, although they mostly take in dogs. Out of the goodness of their hearts, they pulled in a couple of mama cats with their kittens. We were able to sponsor needed antibiotics, exams, and eye ointment for two sickly adult cats. Once they are well, they will be spayed.
HPAN Helps Jenny & Charlie with $179
Jenny and her baby boy, Charlie, were hungry strays in Morgan County who ended up at the Senior Dog Lodge and Animal Rescue. They were undernourished and in overall declining health. We paid for their initial vet visits, testing, vaccines, etc. More will come as they regain their health.
HPAN Sponsors Desi with $265.75
Desi was found in the woods of Morgan County. Lucky for her, Senior Dog Lodge and Animal Rescue offered to take her into their program. We sponsored her exam, vaccines, testing, deworming, spay surgery, and one month of prevention. There are brighter days ahead for Miss Desi!
SDL Capital Improvement Progress Update
One of our 2019 capital improvement grant awards went to Senior Dog Lodge and Animal Rescue. They were in desperate need for an outside water source, and if it could include hot water, then that would really help! They also needed funds for a bank of dog kennels for small dogs. We received a progress update from them showing part one of their improvement project completed! Let the warm water flow! More to come on the small dog kennels.