This is my baby Dante. I adopted him from a person who did not take good care of him at all. He arrived with an extremely severe upper respiratory infection, conjunctivitis and he tested positive for the corona virus. We have to have further tests done to rule out FIP. I’m drowning in the vet bills on top of my personal medical bills; I recently became disabled due to a sudden, severe worsening of my Lupus and new onset Rheumatoid Arthritis, and will barely get enough from disability to pay my bills. I want to make sure this beautiful, previously neglected boy gets the care he needs. I also have to have my other cat tested, and be prepared to shoulder the financial responsibility of two ill cats. I truly hate asking anyone for help, but to keep my boys safe and healthy I must. If anyone is willing to make a donation towards the cost of his extensive veterinary care, I would be overwhelmingly grateful. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and any consideration you can give.
Hi! I’m a volunteer from the Humane Society of Allen County, and we are in a contest trying to win $10,000 in advertising. Winning this contest will allow us to reach out in the community, and let people know all about our wonderful programs we have such as: TNR (Trap-neuter-release), Zues’ Pantry (A program for people with low income that we help with pet food and medical expenses and allow them to pay us back over a period of time), and many others.
WE ALSO DO NOT EUTHANIZE LESS-ADOPTABLE ANIMALS. The only reasons that someone is euthanized is if they are tremendously ill or injured or it is the only/best interest for the animal.
This contest is for local non-profit charities/organizations. Our organizations is here to help animals that are in need (such as sick or injured) and to be able to teach the community all about pet care, and many other things. VOTING ENDS FEBRUARY 21ST!
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If you would like to know anymore information about the HSoAC, our website is www.hsoac.org.