01-01-20 Akuma - very ill kitten
A five month old tabby kitten, was brought into the NYC-ACC shelter as a stray on Dec. 15th. This super sweet boy is no stray. He is very socialized and loves attention, especially head rubs. On intake, he was diagnosed with a fractured paw and, several days later, kidney disease. On x-rays, his kidneys are showing 3-4 times normal size and blood tests revealed very high kidney values. Pleas went out for Akuma, but no one stepped up for this boy. On Dec. 24th, he was scheduled to be euthanized at 2:30pm. The shelter vet believed that his kidneys were shot and he had no chance. How heartbreaking is it to know that a kitten will be euthanized on Christmas Eve? Within a half an hour of this boy losing his young life, Ready For Rescue stepped up to give him a chance. I drove Akuma to the vet that day. Not only is he the cutest little fluff, but he looked great and did not appear ill, despite his kidney issues. The vet placed him on IV fluids to flush his kidneys. Over the next several days, Akuma continued to eat like a champ, remained bright and alert, and interacted with staff. However, on Dec. 30th, his red blood cells plummeted (HCT 11%). He remained bright and alert, but was very anemic and needed a blood transfusion. The vet performed a transfusion that evening, but Akuma reacted negatively. His heart rate skyrocketed to 240 bpm, his temperature spiked, and he vomited. The vet immediately stopped the transfusion and stabilized him, but Akuma now needed ER. Yesterday, on New Year’s Eve (this little dude has a thing with holiday eves!), Akuma went to Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) in Brooklyn. VEG’s plan for Akuma includes a blood transfusion, an ultrasound, a urine culture, parasite panel, ongoing blood work, and 48-72 hours of emergency care. Akuma’s estimate is $3100-$4500 with a rescue discount. Ready For Rescue takes in many medically costly cats and dogs from the ACC shelter, animals that would have otherwise been euthanized. They spent more than $100K in vetting this past year and are going broke. Akuma is just a kitten and deserve a chance to be a little lion. Please let's give him that chance. Thank you.
Vet: Veterinary Emergency Group: 718-677-6700. The account is in Ready For Rescue's name under Akuma
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Akuma)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Akuma)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For cat colony)
1-10-20 Bubby - dog hit by car
PLEASE HELP! This dear sweet boy walked up to get the mail with his human and took one step to many and was hit by a car. The asshat that hit him didn't even stop. He has a broken leg that will need surgery to repair. I don't ever ask for money but the lady that owns Bubby can't afford the whole bill. DONATIONS are truly needed to help Bubby, I have paid the initial visit, but I can't do it all either. If you can find it in your hearts to donate to Bubbys care you can call in your donations to:
Countryside Vet clinic at 859.497.9727 ask for Dana or Taylor.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (For Bubby)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Bubby)
1-10-20 Calli - stray cat attacked by a dog
One of the kittens around my yard, ( about 5 months old I guess) was attacked by a small dog. I got the dog off of her and brought her up to my porch. She doesn’t seem to be able to move her back legs. She’s drinking normally and so forth but, I have no idea how, or if I can help her. If someone works with a vet or whatever and can help this baby it would be greatly appreciated. Yes I know there’s a chance she will need to be euthanized. I just don’t have the knowledge of the resources to help her. I’m in mount Sterling. Thank you!
TDC called in money for her to be seen ASAP
**UPDATE** Sadly, she was too injured to save, broken spine and many internal injuries. She is now on our memorial page
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Calli)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Calli)
1-10-20 Another cat colony in need of food
I am currently feeding ferals for many years, I dont drive so I take the bus everywhere. I also go to multiple points on my town by bus with a shopping cart and feed. I am always taking pics. I have 6 cats on my own i kept from the streets, and 2 dogs. I live at the ghetto where ppl kick them by the minute. This guy from the area is helping me to spay/neuter all with his money. He also fixed my kitties and soon I am doing my dogs when the dpt open the voucher list. I buy food almost every day, Friskies Farm Favorites or Purina friskies seafood sensations for dry and they all also get any pate or shreds wet can from friskies, 3 cans per colony mixed with dry. I am unemployed, ride the bus, getting my high school diploma soon.
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Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For colony cats)
1-11-20 Vlad - dog that needs emergency surgery
his scary looking beast is Vlad. He is the true definition of a gentle giant, busting stereotypes and winning hearts every where he goes. Vlad is one of the mascots at a Almost Home Animal Sanctuary, a local rescue and rehabilitation organization, having been adopted himself through that very rescue! He has served as a paradigm buster, teddy bear, playmate, training buddy. With his big black brindle face and cropped ears, he has taught people not to judge a book by its cover. He offers love to visitors, being extra gentle with the young or timid. He helps model good behavior when people come to work on their own dogs. And, he even volunteers by visiting seniors! Vlad is a doll with others, big and small, 2 and 4 legged, cats and dogs. He needs emergency surgery for a bowel obstruction and an abundance of adhesions from a previous abdominal surgery. They are doing everything they can to save him, knowing the abundance of adhesions found add to the chance of complications. Vlad is loved very dearly by the many people he has touched and taught. Right now he is getting the best care, but his bill is steep and we do not have the funds to pay. We are praying that all of the work Vlad has done to educate and love people, will touch people who now want to help him. Thank you for considering helping this special boy.
Vet: Pet Emergency Treatment and Specialities 717-295-7395
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Vlad)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Vlad)
1-14-20 Clifford - dog attacked by two strays
Update not the one I wanted to give I just got a call from the vet that Clifford has passed away due to extensive damage and bruising due to the dog attack that happened yesterday fly hi Clifford I see on the other side of the rainbow bridge my friend. His total bill was $380 again if everyone that would like to donate directly to Highland vet clinic directly at 606-789-1195 and make a donation would be greatly appreciated
The neighbors dog was outside on its own property when attacked by two brindle boxers. Clifford is a 12 year old boy that is currently at Highlands veterinary clinic I rushed him in, the dog will be going back to its owner when recovered and well enough to be released already contacted the sheriffs department and animal control to come out and try to find these dogs and you to make a determination on what to do with these dogs the owner of the dog that attacked Clifford is a unknown we are doing everything we can to fix situation. Be greatly appreciated if anyone can call and donations directly to Highland veterinary clinic in Paintsville Kentucky at 606-789-1195 under Clifford to name the owner will be chipping in on the payment as well but again emergencies happen and I want to stress the dog was on its own property when attacked. The cops were just here they are going to try to drive around and locate the dogs are at large at this point the dogcatcher was unreachable so they will continue to reach out to him him so like I said if you can donate please call Highland directly at the number above
Highland veterinary clinic at 606-789-1195 under Clifford
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Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Clifford)
1-14-20 Two cat colonies in NY need help with food
Hearthside Cats, Inc. We know that January can be a difficult month, but received two pleas from local caregivers this week in hopes of help with dry food supplies; one who spends countless hours and funds out of pocket to bring comfort and dignity each and every day to the abandoned and feral in Geneseo and another who brought over a dozen cats inside to safety when neighbors threatened and began to poison them. We would love show them the same kindness and comfort they selflessly bring to so many in need and would be so grateful for donations of dry food of any kind; Purina Indoor, Kit & Kaboodle, Meow Mix, 9 Lives, or Friskies; or 9 Lives canned food to deliver.For a link to our Walmart Wish List: https://www.walmart.com/…/9a130690-76fa-4af6-bcfc-d282daa84…For shipping, our address is P.O. Box 282, Geneseo NY, 14454 or you can select Pickup to the Geneseo store, ZIP 14454.For a link to our Amazon Wish List: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1CWO76L2BZRS7/…
Donations toward the purchase of food items can be made online at www.paypal.me/hearthsidecats, by mail to: P.O. Box 282, Geneseo NY, 14454, or by Venmo @hearthsidecatsinc. We are so thankful for each and every donation and for our supporters who enable us to help those who need us most.
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For 2 colonies)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For 2 colonies)
1-15-20 Cliff - Cat needs emergency amputation
CLIFF HAS A BROKEN LEG WITH A TERRIBLE ABSCESS. HE WILL NOT LIVE WITHOUT SURGERY TO HAVE HIS LEG AMPUTATED. TARA RESCUE WANTS TO HELP HIM AND FIND HIM A FOREVER HOME. 700.00 NEEDED FOR THE SURGERY. PLEASE PLEDGE AND SHARE. THE RESCUE IS TARA RESCUE P.O. Box 711 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He needs the surgery now as the abscess if infecting his whole body!
Vet: Animal Hospital of Fayettville: 910-323-1535 (Under TARA Rescue for Cliff)
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (For Cliff)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Cliff)
1-16-20 PeeWee - dog needs cardiac care/medication
Can anyone help a lady that is disabled with a dog with cardiac issues? She has 30.00 to put towards the visit and 15.00 to buy his medications. Her dog is in congestive heart failure and has not been acting right lately. He has been collapsing and having issues walking! He is on Lasix and a heart medication but the lowest dose now and he can go up in dosage strength but she needs help financial getting him to the vet again to be evaluated. The dog is older. I usually help people but I have two needing surgery as it is trying to figure out how I am going to get them surgery with my situation I am in now! Message me if you can help! Would not think it would be more than an office call, exam and medications which like I said she has a little bit to help! Any amount can help him get to the vet! She won’t qualify for any line of credit she is unable to work. She is a pretty bad epileptic she has an implant in her chest to help control seizures. She has some damage to her brain due to so many seizures. She does not drive either. I will be taking her to the vet. Her dog is collapsing and having issues walking. She reached out to be asking for help cause she has no money so I am trying to help her find a way.
Weldys Vet in Wakarusa at 574-862-4995 (for PeeWee)
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Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For PeeWee)
1-18-20 - Marley poisoned dog also with mass in belly
Emergency: Young pup named Marley. Bleeding badly from rectum. Family is poor has no money to take to vet. Needs help now. Headed to vet. Please help.UPDATE ON MARLEY
after exam.... They need a deposit of $400.00 hundred dollars. The dr feels a mass in his tummy. She will need to go in. But for now we really need $400.00 🙏❤🐾🙏please consider helping this young pup. UPDATE on Marley. He is still at vet and is improving. But we need 500 more dollars for him to be able to stay at vet's the weekend. They believe Marley was poison. 😞 He still has the mass in tummy. But right now they want to get him eating and drinking. He has an infection so they have to clear that up before they can do surgery but they got the bleeding to stop so paying he will be ok to prepare for that next.
Pan Handle Vet at 850-638- 4857 for Marley under his moms name, Trinity.
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Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Marley)
1-23-20 Stray cat with mouth problem
VERY URGENT. THIS KITTY NEEDS HELP!!! Located in Hemet Ca. He has been hanging around a neighborhood for the past 10 months. In the past couple of weeks he is drooling and now acting listless and lethargic. He belongs to nobody. He is friendly. HE NEEDS A VET NOW! PLEASE SHARE. **UPDATE** They have a vet appointment today but have only raised enough for the appointment. They do not have money for treatment.
Vet: Murietta Oaks Animal Hosp: 951-677-7007 (Stray under Let Them Be Little Rescue)
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Stray)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Stray)
1-23-20 19 house cats found in a cold shed
Aunt Helen's Cats In Need is asking for donations. Help needed! The other day we received a call about a gentleman who was evicted and has multiple cats and kittens. We have no space for additional cats/kittens but this gentleman reached out to many organizations and received no help. So here we are. Medical issues range from CH, missing fur, no eyes, UTI, eye infections, etc. None are spayed/neutered, all have to be tested for FIV/FeLV. Since last evening all of these 7 cats are in medical boarding receiving treatment. As you can see, medical boarding and treatment along with testing, etc will be expensive. Please help us to help these kitties. No negative comments please. The goal is to help these kitties. Easton animal hospital is boarding and evaluating the cats. There are 19, we are still in process of getting them all, they were in their house, then his truck and now an unheated shed, thus the reason for all the unhealthy. And the reason we want them moved as quickly as possible. We are reaching out to obtain rescues who can find homes since these are all friendlies, and everyone is still full.
Easton Animal Hospital: 610 252 8276 (for the 19 cats)
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Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For 19 cats)
1-25-20 Our 50+ feral cat colony in Schnecksville needs food
Got a call today, our elderly feral cat feeder in Schnecksville we have been helping for a few years needs more food. She just had knee surgery so she can't get around very well. Thankfully, I am only an hour away so I could take her several bags. This time I got to see a bunch of the cats but DUHHH I forgot to get my camera out. I was too busy trying to get the kitties to come close for the Temptation snacks I got for them. So this is just a stock internet photo. One day I will get a photo of them!!! Anyway, if you can help, she does need more.
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For cat lady)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For cat lady)
1-26-20 Another overwhelmed cat/dog/pig senior
I have a situation I've tried not to get myself too involved in but after seeing the animals today, I gotta do something. I need help again. Help with about 35 to 40 cats, 8 pigs and several dogs. The owner means well. He truly does. He loves animals but loving them isn't going to keep them from going hungry. This gentleman is another senior citizen, living on social security and food stamps. Can barely keep himself and his wife and their living situation above poverty level so feeding these animals is minimal. I spoke with him today as he was gathering acorns to feed to his pigs. The cats are all over the place. I counted up to 35 but he says there are more. He has pet pigs who have had 6 piglets a couple months ago and dogs who look ok for now but I'm not sure what they are eating. I've talked to him about fixing the problem. Meaning spaying/neutering every animal on his property, then eventually finding rescue for some if possible. Hopefully the little pigs. He just can't afford all these animals and it's gonna take a lot to talk him into letting them go but my main focus for now is getting them FIXED and FOOD! The cats are semi feral so this will be another TNR. I will even consider bringing a few to join my colony. Just to ease the burden for this couple. I had so much support for my kitties. Can I get some support again for these animals? They are right down the road from me. I'm going to call the organizations that helped with the vetting for my kitties to see if they will help with this man and his animals. Not sure who can help with altering piggies but I'll help with that too. I want all the animals taken care of and hopefully talk them into letting some go soon afterwards. Right now he's willing to take them to the vet for spay/neuter which is a huge step.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (For cat/dog/pig)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For cat/dog/pig)
1-28-20 Another stomatitis cat
This cat is an urgent need of a dental procedure so that he can feel better and eat normally, you can see how badly matted his fur is, this poor cat can’t even groom himself. Cat will need bloodwork, dental and a good shave. Please help if you can $5 donation will help! Feline stomatitis is a severe, painful inflammation of a cat's mouth and gums. In most cases, the condition causes ulcers to form in the mouth; these ulcers can involve the lips, tongue, gums, and back of the throat.
Linden Animal Hospital: (908) 925-0431 (Under Monica Cuhna)
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For stomatitis)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For stomatitis)
1-28-20 Kitty needing emergency vet visit
‼️ HELP! ‼️ Okay guys, I’m going to pre-apologize for being a giant pain the butt. I am having the worst luck with these poor cats and I really need your help. Late this weekend I noticed Duffy’s appetite had decreased. She had just been spayed on Friday & dewormed so an upset stomach isn’t totally out of the norm. Yesterday she didn’t eat all day and by this morning she was vomiting. I took her to the vet first thing this morning where they conducted several tests including blood work and X-ray. White blood cells are low and intestines appear abnormal. Her abdomen is extremely tender and she is vomiting to touch. I’m currently sitting in the ER waiting for her to be officially transferred to receive IV medication and more testing. The bill below is from today’s office visit. I don’t know what the ER bill will be just yet. Literally anything helps. I appreciate everyone’s support, I can’t tell you enough. Even if it’s just prayers, positive thoughts, whatever... we need them! Thank you! ❤️
Northeast Veterinary Referral Hospital: 570-208-8877 (Donna Fountain/Whiskers World)
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (For Duffy)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Duffy)
1-29-20 Buki - kitty with a bladder blockage
I am reaching out in the hopes of getting some assistance with my cat, Buki who is being treated for blockage for the second time in less than 2 weeks. I have a Care credit, buy only have $110 of my limit available and I set up a GoFundMe for people to donate and have been sharing it everywhere I can. Please tell me what I need to do to earn your assistance. I want to get him the treatment he needs, but I need financial support. He's only 3 and has such a long life ahead of him ♥️ His condition is an emergency and can prove fatal in. 2-3 days if he doesn't get the appropriate care.
Avon lake animal clinic: (440)933-5297 (for Buki)
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Buki)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Buki)
1-30-20 Allentown Homeless camp needs help with their colony
We helped this group back in September and they need more. It is a camp of homeless people who are taking care of a cat colony. They have all been spayed/neutered by these men who built their own makeshift trap/carrier to get them to the vet for their surgeries. They take very good care of these cats but they need more help with food. They feed all canned food which is AWESOME and much healthier for the kitties. I was able to send $100 worth from TDC but that won't last too long.
The Dollar Club Paypal: email@example.com (For Homeless)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Homeless)
1-31-20 16 outdoor kitties need help with food
I was contacted about getting some help for 16 stray outdoor cats a person is feeding. He needs some help in Macungie, Pa. (he has no photos of the outdoor cats so this is a photo of one of his indoor cats). I sent $100 worth of food from TDC.
The Dollar Club Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (For Macungie cats)
Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Macungie Cats)