Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Help Me Heal Fund

Not every dog or cat who arrives at PAWS Atlanta is in a suitable condition to be adopted. Some come to us with urgent medical needs ranging from broken bones, skin burns or infections requiring critical care, and other orthopedic and medical issues requiring surgical intervention. Others come with deep emotional scars due to neglect and mistreatment. The Help Me Heal Fund provides medical care for extreme illness or injury for an animal in our care.
Our no-kill philosophy is very simple. It means that we give all of the animals in our care, the attention they need and deserve. Period. Donate to the Help Me Heal Fund today!

Help Me Heal Fund - Macy

Macy is a female, almost two-year-old Siberian Husky who was abandoned by her previous owner and brought to PAWS Atlanta.

She is blind in both eyes due to progressive retinal atrophy, which is an inherited condition and common in certain breeds, such as Huskies. At PAWS Atlanta, we believe that every animal deserves a second chance. And we always go to great lengths to ensure our animals are loved and treated as family members.

We would like to give Macy the opportunity to have vision so that she can more comfortably enjoy her life. By donating to the Help Me Heal Fund, you can us help Macy.

The procedure including physical and ophthalmic exams, medications, cataract surgery and post-operative medications and reevaluations will cost approximately $2,000. We fully expect that she will have a smooth recovery and be able to live a wonderful life!

On behalf of all the beloved pets at PAWS Atlanta, thank you.

Spay/Neuter Fund

Each year, over four million animals are euthanized in shelters across the country. As one of the few no-kill animal shelters in Georgia, PAWS Atlanta strives to reduce the problem of pet overpopulation by spaying/neutering our shelter animals and offering low-cost spay/neuters to the public.
By making a tax-deductible contribution to the PAWS Atlanta Spay/Neuter Fund, you are helping to alleviate the terrible consequence of pet overpopulation. Donate to the Spay/Neuter Fund today!
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