Fly traps are invaluable!! Lots of insect and allergy problems. We come across so many dogs like this each summer. An owner applying the ear gel that we gave him.

Chain of Hope KC

Org #10316
Vetted since 2014
year founded
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projects funded
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The mission of Chain Of Hope is to end suffering and overpopulation of animals in the urban core of Kansas City, Missouri through outreach, educating pet owners on responsible pet ownership, supporting owners who have limited ability to pay for their pet's basic needs of food, shelter and medical care, reduced cost or free spay and neutering, and by rehabilitating, fostering, and securing adoptive homes for rescued animals.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Kate Quigley
Kate Quigley
Teri Koenig, Kate L Quigley, Tanner Lightfoot
Organization Information
8000 Woodson Road
Raytown, MO 64138
United States
Organization Information
8000 Woodson Road
Raytown, MO 64138
United States

Project Reports

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Jun 24, 2021
Summer is Very Hard on Outside Animals
Chain of Hope is an animal outreach group, working in the inner city of Kansas City, Mo, helping animals and their owners. We focus on animals that have to stay outside in all kinds of weather. Summer...
Feb 24, 2021
Apollo-Almost Frozen to Death
Chain of Hope operates and serves in the lower income areas of Kansas City, Missouri, assisting pet owners with their animals. We have had some extremely cold weather here, so we would head out on...
Oct 27, 2020
Chain of Hope was called several months ago about a stray dog that was hanging out in the woods. He appeared to have an injured neck. The caller told us that there appeared to be dried blood around...
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