2-4-19 Patsy - cat with stomatitis
Meshoppen Cat Rescue/Spay/Neuter and Adoption
TONIGHT I AM POSTING FOR ONE OF OUR SEMI FERALS OUR PATSY CLINE. PATSY IS 3 YEARS OLD AND SUFFERING FROM STOMATITIS. SHE IS HAVING SO MUCH DIFFICULTY EATING AND IS IN MUCH PAIN AS SHE TRIES TO EAT AND CHEW HER FOOD. SHE IS NOW ON A SOFT DIET OF BABYFOOD. SHE NEEDS HER TEETH PULLED AND THE VET SAYS IT WILL COST $1000.00 WHICH FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND IS A REALLY GOOD PRICE. WE TRAPPED HER AS A TINY FERAL KITTEN. SHES TIMID AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN SCARED. WE LOVE HER AND WANT TO DO THE BEST FOR HER AND WANT TO GIVE HER A CHANCE BY GETTING THIS PROCEDURE DONE. I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE WOULD BE WILLING TO HELP WITH HER VET BILL BY CALLING TOWN AND COUNTRY VET AND PUTTING A DONATION ON OUR ACCOUNT FOR HER SURGERY. THEIR NUMBER IS 570 278 9250. ANY DONATION WOULD BE SO MUCH APPRECIATED. JUST TELL THEM ITS FOR PATSY SURGERY MESHOPPEN CAT RESCUE. PLEASE SHARE AND THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOURS ALWAYS. (Not a 501c3 yet, but filed)
Vet: 570 278 9250 (For Patsy)
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2-4-19 LuLu a kitty that needs a painful eye removed
Hello, my name is Renee, and I have an 8 year old Persian, Lu Lu, that I got from my local shelter in 7/13. She has glaucoma, a degenerative condition, and she has already had one eye removed because of the condition--back in March of 2017. Last month, I learned from my local Vet, she needs the other eye removed (enuncleation), and the estimate was over $1300. I had taken her in because I knew she was in pain because she eats less, frequently does not use the litterbox, and isolates all of the time. She has glaucoma and a detached retina. She is on drops but this is very painful and needs the eye removed asap!
I found a Vet in San Marcos, CA that does enucleations for a lot less than my Vet. in Chula Vista. I have scheduled her for the surgery this Friday, Feb 8th at 8:00 am. The Vet is Pearson Animal Hospital in San Marcos, CA. The phone number is (760) 598-2512 if you are still able to make a donation. The account is under Renee Niemi and my Persian is Lu Lu. Again, I sincerely appreciate all of the assistance you have already provided.
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for LuLu)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for LuLu)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Taming Gracie)
2-8-19 Lennox, abused and neglected dog
A Chance to Bloom Dog Rescue is asking for donations. Two weeks ago, we received an urgent rescue plea from BARC for sweet Lennox, a gorgeous 3 year old female pit bull with the saddest eyes. Lennox was in rough shape and had been through hell and back. We could not ignore her suffering, so we took Lennox into our program and immediately vetted her. Lennox was sedated to x-ray her leg and debride her wounds. The lacerations are about 2" deep in very clean, straight cuts across her chest, with rope burns around her neck. These wounds were not caused by a car accident or embedded collar. Lennox was likely tied with a rope and sliced with a long, heavy blade, like a machete. One bone in Lennox's front leg is also cleanly broken in one area from blunt impact, an injury consistent with being kicked very hard.The person who committed this heinous act is a sociopath. Cases of animal abuse are not tracked by state or federal agencies, unlike violent crimes against people. There are strong correlations between intentional cruelty to animals and violent crimes against people. As a community, we need to speak out and report any and all criminal activity against animals and put pressure on state & local government to crack down on cases of neglect and abuse. If you see something happen, report it immediately. This is the only way justice will ever be served.
Lennox has surgery scheduled to repair the break in her leg on February 21st. Our rescue has several major and minor medical cases at the moment and we still have balances at our vet we are paying down for other medical cases. We desperately need to raise funds for Lennox's surgery, heartworm treatment and continued medical care. As always, thank you to our amazing village the continued support that enables us to help dogs like Lennox. Please continue to share her story for foster and funds. (They are a 501c3)
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for Lennox)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Lennox)
2-11-19 MJ - very sick dog
This poor baby has pancreatits and suspected obstruction and has been hospitalized for 8 days already. The owner has exhausted ALL funds including CareCredit to help her beloved dog recover. He needs a CAT scan ASAP to see what is going on. Mj is most likely going to have surgery after the ct scan. He has masses in his stomach, something causing an obstruction. He cannot pass anything through his stomach.
Vet: (517) 353-5420 (Under Madison Jones for MJ)
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for MJ)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for MJ)
2-12-19 Oscar - found kitty in need of vet care
A young girl found this cat crying outside her house and took it in. She learned that her neighbor moved out and tossed kitty outside about a month ago. He is very skinny not having eaten in a long time!! In addition, he has goopy eyes and it appears as though he was in a cat fight and has a nasty injury to his tail and around his body. Her family cannot afford to take him to the vet but if we can help her, she will take him and then give him a home. We were able to get him a vet appointment for this afternoon to have his checked.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for Oscar)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Oscar)
2-14-19 5 heartworm/parvo dogs need help
Michigan Pit Bull Education Project is asking for donations.
😥😥😥 Today we officially have 5 heart worm positive dogs Calvin, Minnie, Keith, Rhino, and Champ. All will cost us between $500 to $1000 per dog for treatment. We already treated over 5 other Flint heart worm dogs and found homes. WE ARE DEVASTATED BY ALL THIS BAD NEWS. Not sure how much more we can handle. 😥 Not to mention the $4000 parvo puppy bill we got yesterday.
Do you have a dollar to spare? 8500 friends at one dollar each, would help. Can't donate, then please share. Thanks for your support. Michigan Pit Bull Education Project is a 501c3
Michigan Pit Bull Education paypal: https://michpitbulleducation.org/donate/
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for parvo/heartworm dogs)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for heartworm/parvo dogs)
2-14-19 Two stray dogs needing heartworm help (Bonnie &Clyde)
Pound Pals Cat Aid Fund is asking for donations.
HOMELESS, ABUSED, MALIGNED, and now at animal control, Bonnie and Clyde are HEARTWORM POSITIVE and NEED YOUR HELP!We got calls about these two back last fall.... two "wild" dogs, running loose in Belleville, IL. They were terrified of people. Nobody could get close, but the people who viewed from afar saw scars and injuries. We started calling rescues and animal controls. They were out of every rescues' area. We tried so hard, but could not get them into rescue while they were loose. The animal control only had one trap, and they were difficult about lending it. The dogs were in danger of freezing right before that last freeze. They were also becoming increasingly desperate and killing raccoons in front of people. People were talking about shooting them. Thanks to some kind community members, we got two traps and a volunteer to trap the dogs. Once trapped, we had no choice but to send to animal control. We are not a rescue; rather, we offer spay/neuter help and funds for emergency medical care. At the animal control, Bonnie and Clyde have passed temperament testing by 100%. They are excellent with people and dogs. Who knows why, since their scars bear evidence of abuse. How have these two managed to stay so sweet and gentle? When they look up to you, you can see them daring to love. Sadly, Bonnie and Clyde both test positive for Heartworm. Had they remained loose in the woods and managed to avoid getting shot, they would have eventually died of heart problems. Now, to escape that fate and get them into rescue, we need to raise money for treatment. In their souls, they are ready for rescue and homes! They are longing for your love and longing to give love back. We just need to help the rescues who are strapped for money by raising funds for heartworm treatment, which is very expensive. Bonnie and Clyde can recover and go on to be adopted into loving homes. But they need treatment. Please will you help these lost souls who have been wandering in misery for so long? Thank you for helping these poor souls who have nobody else! They deserve to live out the rest of their lives in peace, loved and cherished!
Paypal address: StrayAngels13@gmail.com. Please mention Bonnie and Clyde.
If you are with a rescue and able to accept Bonnie and Clyde into rescue, please message Stray Angels on their FB page. https://www.facebook.com/strayangels/. Bonnie and Clyde are currently at an animal control in Illinois.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for Bonnie & Clyde)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Bonnie & Clyde)
2-15-19 Zelda - dog mauling
This poor dog was mauled by a pack of stray dogs in her own yard!! The extent of her damage was such that she may need to stay in the hospital for a while. If you're just seeing her story for the first time, this dog suffered terribly as she was mauled by a pack of dogs. She was inside her fence and was pulled through part way by the pack. We've raised about HALF of what she needs! Thank you to everyone contributing to this poor soul.The vet called today and is concerned her family may not be able to physically maintain Zelda's wound care and recommends she stay at least until Sunday as it takes several staff members to care for her each time. She will need at least 150.00 per day (meds and hospitalization/wound care) and we want to give her the best chance for success but sadly we haven't raised what she needed to cover surgery and 3 nights of hospitalization. We are still around $900.00 short for just that. 😔Please help us help Zelda get all she needs. This poor girl needs a village to get her healthy.Please share and do are if you can it's urgent.
Donations toward her care can be sent direct to vet by calling them at 661 272 1600 or PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org note Zelda
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for zelda)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for zelda)
2-16-19 Morris - kitty needing help
TriState Noah Project: MORRIS IS FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE AGAIN AND NEEDS YOUR HELP
3.5 yrs ago when I found Morris, now our Mascot, in the street nearly beaten to death the vet staff wanted to give up on him and put him down. 4 surgeries and 3 months later he made an incredible recovery. Here we are in a similar situation. Yesterday morning he was rushed to MedVet nearly unresponsive. Within 24 hours 2 different doctors recommended putting him down without further treatment based on his condition. All of his tests showed his organs are working. He is anemic and has lost significant weight (he was only 4lbs before). The blood work, ultra sound and x-rays showed nothing that would explain his weight loss. They don’t believe anything is wrong with his feeding tube. No answers but based on his appearance they wanted me to consider ending his life because they felt he is “lacking quality of life.” 2 days ago Morris was his normal self. He was still greeting me at the door, knocking utensils out of the kitchen sink and curling up in a ball around my neck. He was never a “normal” cat after the attack but is full of spunk and no one would ever know based on his appearance. Photo left is yesterday and he could barely hold his head up. Right is Morris tonight. To everyone’s surprise he made a significant turn around. I spent 2 hours with him and I see the same fight I saw years ago. Our rescue only posts a fraction of the cases we take on. This past week was very difficult on us, especially being all volunteer. We accrued $1700 in vet bills from strays and owner abandoned cases we recently took on. 2 of which were yesterday when the stray we pulled from the route that was attacked by a coyote had to have her tail amputated and a sick stray we picked up recently took a turn for the worse and after $350 of medical care and tests yesterday passed away last night. Morris is the reason this rescue exists. His bill is now up to $3300. I want to keep fighting for him but need your help. I was so discouraged last night I didn’t know if he would make it through the night. This little guy is such a fighter and I need to fight for him. (TriState Noah is a 501c3)
The vet will not take donations over the phone
Tri State Paypal: http://www.tristatenoahproject.com/donate--save-lives.html
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Morris)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Morris)
2-17-19 Zorro - stray cat with severely broken and infected leg
This is a cat that has been living in a colony at an assisted living facility in which someone is trying to TNR. He was found with his paw that looks like it is twisted 180 degrees and he tries to walk on the back of the paw very. It has been at least a month that he has been seen like this and now the leg is very infected. He was finally trapped last night and is being taken to a vet this morning. But the trapper has no money to help this kitty.
THe clinic they are taking him to does have paypal: https://www.paypal.me/dpcvet?fbclid=IwAR1SG21stKczR3dlrQvREgjGeDmf2x7dSjrD8YsdKgn168UKNT18qXYxE_Y (it is under Zorro for Angela Schwartz)
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The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Zorro)
2-17-19 Another cat colony in dire need of food
CAT FOOD DONATIONS NEEDED ASAP!!! I stopped at one of Florence Marie colonies today to drop off some food for them. They haven’t eaten in two days!!! Florence have no food for her colonies!!! Some of you remember the Truck-stop in Newark that I posted last summer, Eileen DiNicola was able to trap and neutered 3/4 cats there and trap about 9 kittens +2 someone else trapped. I found rescue for 9 of them stuck with two “ not mellow ones” my self. Well!!!! This is the most disgusting location I have seen (was worse!) There are kittens, young adults and many adults. If anyone can please help neuter/spay and please Donate cat food!!! Walmart in Watchung, NJ (under Monica Cunha) still have Special Kitty for $6.54. In need of wet food too, any brand!
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for NJ colony)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for NJ colony)
2-18-19 Cat hoarding emergency
***14 Cats Needing PLEDGES RESCUE*** LADY HOARDED 90 CATS IN 1 HOME IN NC!!!!!
by Fay DeAvignon, Natick,MA .....PLEASE HELP US! I am sharing this story with everyone because WE ARE REALLY DESPERATE AND WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!! Over a year ago, Leslie Rae, a fellow cat rescuer, was made aware of this hoarding situation and began working on finding rescues and forever homes for as many of these kitties as possible in the NC area. Of the 90, 40 of them had been kept in the garage the previous 4 years with no windows, heat/AC. It was horrendous. Cats huddled together, cat waste everywhere and the stench of urine throughout the house. Some of them would not let Leslie touch them at all. Though fed, some of them were malnourished. and several were terrorizing some of the shy ones. After finding places for most of them, she realized that she was running out of options for the remaining cats and decided to try up north. That’s how Leslie and I met. In December, we brought up 9 of them to wonderful rescues and homes in New England. We have potential for 14 more of them to come up here to the Boston area but now we find all but 2 of the remaining must have significant dental surgery because of tooth decay and multiple cysts on their gums, a very painful situation for the cats. The owner's home is now under foreclosure and the lady and remaining cats, must be out by the end of February. Because of their medical situation and urgency of placement, we are now having trouble getting commitments from rescues for those who have dental issues. We must help these rescues financially, which could be up to $6,000 total for the work to be done. THESE CATS’ LIVES ARE DEPENDING ON US. WE NEED DONATIONS TOWARD THESE SURGERIES SO THE RESCUES WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE THEM. Every one we have taken out of this situation has become so loving and friendly. They just want a forever home and this was not their fault...We have to make this work for them. PLEASE HELP US BY GIVING WHATEVER YOU CAN! ANY AMOUNT HELPS, AND BY DONATING AND SHARING THIS STORY, I PRAY WE CAN MAKE THIS HAPPEN!!!
You can donate directly to the Vet's office for at Holly Ridge Animal Hospital by calling 1-910-803-2190 and mentioning The Hoarding Cats of NC under Jupiter.
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2-19-19 Gentlemen in Bethlehem, Pa was in need of food for his beloved cat. He is on disability and couldn't afford food for his baby.
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The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Bethlehem cat)
2-21-19 Nonnie - cat with a blocked bladder
I got a PM last night from a woman pleading for help. Her cat was only dripping blood and not able to urinate. No vet would see her without money upfront and being disabled, she had none. She lives in a semi-rural area of Oregon and couldn't even find a vet that would remain open to see her even if she did have the money. They all referred her to the 24 hour hospital who wanted hundreds of dollars just to walk in the door. The Dollar Club wanted to help but we only had $200 to spare and it wasn't enough. She had no where else to turn. After a few hours of trying to figure this out, she was able to locate a country doctor who would see her once he got home from treating a horse for another client. So, Nonnie was finally seen and she has a severe bladder infection. She was treated and sent home with antibiotics to clear it up. AND he only charged $69!!!!!
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for Nonnie)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Nonnie)
2-22-19 Spinner - horribly neglected dog
Camp Papillon: His name is Spinner, he was taken out of an untenable situation and brought to us, he is dehydrated with a temperature. The grandchildren went to visit their grandmother and found the dog this way and brought him to us to save. Those nails, those ribs...that crusted urine and feces IN BETWEEN Spinner’s nails!! The gals we love so much at Pocono Peak cannot even examine this poor boy without the shave. This poor little boy. Spinner appears to be blind at this time because of a severe eye infection... he also has a hole in his sinus, a severe heart murmur...and a hole in his chest. THANK YOU Dr Sammie Thompson and crew for staying to help Spinner!!! ❤️❤️❤️ work is continuing... IV’s and more. They are going to keep him overnight. ..... and see. SPINNER UPDATE!!! He made it through the night!!!! We were told last evening that may not happen! THANK YOU ALL for your donations and prayers! He still has a very long way to go. He is emaciated, dehydrated, and has roaring infections every where. But he made it! ❤️❤️❤️ he is also interested in eating!! IVs are running. Keep those prayers coming, Gang!! Will get updated pictures when the Vet office can snap them for us! Little boy is also constipated! Our little Spinner!! He is still critical but Dr Sammie thinks he will make it. Pocono Peak’s Head Nurse, Carol, is taking him home for the weekend to make sure he gets his 6 small meals a day and all the care he needs. He will be back in hospital on Monday. THANK YOU ALL for your donations and prayers. He is a fighter- or he would not have survived what he has. https://www.facebook.com/camppapillon/ They are a 501c3
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Spinner)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Spinner)
2-25-19 Very sick feral in need of help
EARLY MORNING HELP NEEDED ...I WAS ABLE TO FISHNET THIS VERY SICK GUY AT A FRIEND'S COLONY...BAD URI , ASKING AN EXPERIENCED FRIEND TO TREAT HIM AS HE IS FERAL...**UPDATE** got someone to help, just need funds to get him to a vet ASAP.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for sick feral)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for sick feral)
2-25-19 Bryan - cat used as dog fight bait
I know this is upsetting but Capic Cats rescued this cat tonight from a dog fight area. Please DO NOT JUST GIVE YOUR PET AWAY OR LET OUT. Donations for vetting to www.capiccats.com our paypal page is there. This really makes us sick. **UPDATE** The news on Bryan the very injured cat rescued yesterday is grim. We are doing everything we can to help him. He is more than likely a victim of dog bait abuse. And he has been cleaned up. His other wounds are extensive in his rectum area. We are praying and will do all we can. Donations greatly accepted. www.capiccats.com is our link to our Paypal account. Our vet is doing all they can at this time but recovery if possible will take a long time. We hope he can keep fighting for his life. Capic Cats is a 501c3
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Bryan)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Bryan)
2-26-19 Zuri - Kitten with several broken bones
Rescued from a shelter: Zuri – 1951897 – 8 months old – Female – 4lbs. Zuri is a super sweet girl that was HBC. She is in Need of Urgent Rescue due to her left hip being dislocated plus pelvic and rib fractures. **UPDATE** After a few days of letting the swelling subside, Dr. Miller was able to exam her thoroughly today. In addition to her hip and broken ribs, her pelvis has two fractures and her ankle is also is fractured. But thankfully she does have nerve function and all organs are all intact. She says she’s very lucky and doing well considering. Dr. Miller wants her to continue to rest so her pelvis can continue healing prior to her surgery to repair her hip, which has been scheduled for March 14. An account has been set up for Zuri through Shelter Cats of Palm Beach County
Vet: Animal Medical Hospital 772-692-0611 (Palm Beach Shelter Cats/Zuri)
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for Zuri)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Zuri)
2-26-19 Another dog attack on a cat
*** DONATIONS NEEDED *** CAT ATTACKED BY DOG AND HAS A BROKEN JAW. HE WILL ALSO NEED HIS EYE REMOVED. VET IS ASKING $2,000 TO COVER EVERYTHING.
KITTY IS AT WESTCHESTER VET IN HIGH POINT, NC. PLEASE CALL IN DONATIONS DIRECTLY AT 336-885-0067. EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS. CATS NAME IS TIGER VANCE.
This baby was attacked by a dog and needs to see a vet this morning. Owner is low on funds and not able to pay for vetting expenses. Most vets will euthanize if owner cannot cover the bill. Please pledge until I am able to update with vet contact so that you may call your donations in directly. Lexington NC
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Tiger Vance)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Tiger Vance)
2-27-19 - CyndiLauper Poor kitty needing many teeth removed
CCAS: Special Needs Cats ROCK is asking for donations. Our cat born with no back feet, had all but 4 teeth pulled today. She had already lost many and some had reabsorbed...painful. Her mouth looks painful. I am hoping she will sleep soon after meds kick in. We need to raise over $1200 to pay for it. Any ideas for getting the money,? Begging when in a crisis isn't how I like to operate, yet here we are.
CCAS is a 501c3
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (for CyndiLapuer)
The Dollar Club mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for CyndiLauper)