Hundreds of injured strays, lost pets and hurt wild animals come to DoveLewis from county shelters, good samaritan citizens, police officers, and firefighters each year.
It is not uncommon for the cost of emergency treatment for lost, stray, and wild animals to rise above $300,000 every year. DoveLewis works with all county shelters, and complies with their protocols regarding stray animals. We receive minimal reimbursement for emergency stray care from the surrounding counties animal control agencies.
That reimbursement comes only for animals which county agents bring in themselves. Good samaritans are asked to make a donation for the care of the animal
Hundreds of injured strays, lost pets and hurt wild animals come to DoveLewis from county shelters, good samaritan citizens, police officers, and firefighters each year. We also regularly care for injured wildlife when the Audubon Society is closed.
Continued veterinary care for stray animals & wildlife
The Stray Animal Fund is used to treat the strays, lost pets and injured wildlife that come to us every year from county shelters, police officers and Good Samaritans. We are one of the few places in - Toni Greening, Former employee
Total Funding Received to Date: $2,585
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $32,415
Total Funding Goal: $35,000
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).