FURRY FRIENDS FOSTER & RESCUE, INC.
MEDICAL FUND 2019 – THE WORK GOES ON!
When our rescue was founded, in February, 2014, our mission was defined as helping the animals who need us the most – those with medical issues, needing more than the normal vetting that all responsible rescues do for the animals in their care; those in imminent danger of euthanasia; and those needing training/behavior modification.
Several years ago, we started a separate medical fund, allowing us help more dogs in need of medical care. We treated many dogs in 2018, including one dog needing treatment for heartworm and multiple other medical conditions including carcinoma (sadly after being treated for heartworm, a double ear infection, Lyme Disease, and severe ematiation, she lost the battle with cancer), three dogs with mast cell cancer requiring surgery to remove the tumors, two dogs with serious vision issues that required evaluation and treatment by a board certified opthalmologist, several dogs needing tumors removed (thankfully benign!); ; and two dogs who are currently in hospice care in our rescue – and the list could go on ….
We have big plans for 2019 – and to make those plans a reality, we need your help!
Our goal for 2019 is to raise $40,000, all of which will be set aside specifically to provide medical care for dogs who need us!
Having a dedicated medical fund allows us to go forward to help dogs – who otherwise would likely face euthanasia or untimely deaths – without having to wait to raise the requisite funds before treatment can begin.
Please join us in our mission! Your donations will make ALL the difference to these dogs! Help us to ease suffering, heal their injuries, restore their health – which will, in turn, allow us to find them wonderful forever homes.
You can donate using your debit or credit card by clicking on the “Donate” button below. You can also mail donations to us at the following address: Furry Friends Foster & Rescue, Inc., 39 Sunrise Terrace Monroe, CT 06438.
None of us can do this alone. Together, we can make a real difference to dogs in need. It always takes a village9