Stray Animal & Wildlife Fund

Aug 19, 2010

Stray Animal & Wildlife Fund Report

Budget Shortfall Looms for Stray Program

A port in a storm. The only place to turn. A comforting place in the middle of the night for the animals who need it most. There are many ways to describe the DoveLewis Stray Animal and Wildlife Program. We treat hundreds of animals every year who are injured and desperate. As the only place to bring an injured stray or wild animal 24 hours a day, the need for this program is great. Cats, dogs, hummingbirds, ducks and squirrels – DoveLewis is here to treat and comfort injured animals of all kinds. But we are facing a budget shortfall as we head toward the end of our fiscal year (June 30.) We need just under $10,000 to cover our Stray Animal and Wildlife Program expenses to ensure we don’t have to make cuts to next year’s budget. Please consider a gift to help us continue to help all of these animals who have no advocate; no voice.


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DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital

Portland, OR, United States

Project Leader

Alan Mahan

Portland, OR United States

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