Unfortunately, we are seeing a rise in requests for veterinary care assistance. We hear of approximately 20 cases a week where low income pet owners need help accessing medical care for their dog or cat. Each case is as unique as the pet owner and pet.
We work with local veterinarians and other pet charities to assist the owner get the medical care their beloved pet needs.
It takes a village to raise funds for large surgery bill. By leveraging our available funds, we can maximize the amount of needy pets that can receive critically needed veterinary care.
Please join us by donating what you can. We rely 100% on donated funds.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to assist South Florida pet owners in financial crisis. We provide subsidized vet care, pet food and rescue/re-homing services. Together, we can make a difference.
Little Ball of Fur, a large male cat, had a urinary blockage and was doing badly. He needed a catheter and hospitalization for several days. His owner is low income and could not afford the veterinary bill on his own. Veterinary care was provided at Paws2Help Vet Hospital. He is doing fine now but without vet care he would not have made it.
Sweetie Pie is a tame cat that was abandoned on the streets. Some cruel person threw motor oil on him. He lost his multi-colored coat. The hair follicles were damaged, so it doesn’t look like his fur will be growing back. He and other rescued senior cats are now residing in the new Passion for Paws Old Cat Sanctuary. They now receive good care and have plenty of free roaming space.
Cemi, an adorable eight year old Maltese - poodle mix, and her owner came to us when Cemi was in desperate need of life saving gall bladder surgery. Her owner, a struggling single mother, was unable to pay for the surgery. Dale Porcher (DMV) and Shores Animal Clinic of Palm Beach performed the surgery. We worked with RedRover Relief to cover the costs of the surgery.
Rudy is a little dog that has epilepsy. His owner, a disabled veteran, lives on a small fixed income and needed assistance with vet care and Rudy's seizure control medication (pheno-barbitol). Without the medication, Rudy was having lots of seizures. Rudy has been with his human Dad since he was a puppy and they are close companions--and his best friend.
Cookie, a chihuahua, recently received vet care at from Paws2Help Animal Hospital to surgically remove 3 golf ball size tumors (mammary) that restricted her movement and she was also spayed. She is much more comfortable. Thanks to Banfield Foundation for a veterinary assistance to help the pets of low income pet owners access much needed veterinary care.