You helped these sick or injured pets during Covid
By Emily Fromm | Chief Development Officer
Maximus was stabbed repeatedly by his owner.
Adoption groups have seen an increase in sick and injured pets during Covid because their owners cannot afford to care for them and/or are facing eviction and homelessness. Your donation to the Petfinder Foundation helps them. Here are just a few examples:
Maximus Maximus was stabbed repeatedly by his owner and was not expected to live. Thanks to our grant to Denison Animal Welfare Group in Texas, he was pulled him from a local shelter, received the vet care he needed, and went to a loving, forever home once his body and his heart had healed.
Knox Knox was found by a good Samaritan. The tiny kitten was inflamed, red and itching, most of his body covered in flea scabs and sores. Our grant to TLC Animal Refuge in Kentucky helped him get treated and sent to a foster home to heal. He's since been adopted and is living his best life.
Little Trooper A tiny terrier mix, Little Trooper was hit by a car and left by the side of the road with internal injuries and a leg injury. Thanks to our grant to Illinois' Fetching Tails Foundation, he recovered in a veterinary hospital and has been adopted by a family that will continue to help him thrive.
Blossom Twelve-year-old Blossom was abandoned in South Florida. She was deaf and had an enlarged heart, cataracts, and a uterine infection that required emergency surgery. Our grant enabled Poodle and Pooch Rescue of Florida to get her the care she needed, and she was adopted by a family that fell in love with this sweet senior.
Your support helped save these lives. Please help us save more pets like them!
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