7-6-16 Logan - puppy with parvo

Logan was found with his sister wondering around behind a restaurant in GA where we believed they were dumped. Back In Black Dog Rescue took them into foster care where they received extensive care for fleas, ticks, and worms. They were both spayed/neutered and vaccinated and notably healthy.  Unfortunately, once arriving to PA, Logan showed signs of progressive illness where it was confirmed he had Parvo. He is now in the ICU at Palmyra Animal Clinic where he will receive extensive care. We are hoping our little fighter will pull through. Donations are desperately needed for his vet bill which will range from $800-1,100. Please consider donating towards Logan's fight. He deserves much better than this.

Back in Black Dog Rescue (Not a 501c3 yet)
Vet office: Palmyra Vet:  717-838-5451  
The Dollar Club Paypal:  thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Logan)
THe Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Logan)​​​​​

7-6-16 Charcoal - very sick kitty

Charcoal was rescued from Rowan County Animal Control after being there about a month. She was pregnant and gave birth to 3 kittens recently; however, two of the died because mom could not care for them and the third is being bottle fed. Charcoal was hospitalized on Friday. She has so many things wrong with her: Severe URI, Severe dehydration, a broken or displaced hip that occurred during childbirth, elevated white blood cells, vaginal bleeding
not eating or drinking.  She has been in IV fluids and antibiotics at the vet all weekend and it hoped that she can come home. The estimated cost quoted was $400/day! And she has been there 4 days!  Please help us get Charcoal home and reunited with her kitten. Foster mom is Donna R. Wehunt: adoptedblessings@carolina.rr.com  (not a 501c3)

Vet office:  Salisbury Animal Hospital Salisbury 704-637-0227​​ 
The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Charcoal)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Charcoal)​​​​​​
7-7-16 Kittens facing euthanasia

Community Cat Alliance/Farmington Rescue Friends only needed $15 more to save a litter of sick kittens from euthanasia.

The Dollar Club sent the payment
7-7-18 Dumpling - Dog with missing leg

This sweet girl was found on the side of a country road. Her leg is completely severed. It is a horrible injury and she needs an emergency vet. Rough estimate is $500 to start but could go up way more! But we can't leave her like this! Please help!   UPDATE:  Just leaving Carriage Hills Animal Hospital. Dumpling is definitely a survivor. The vet thinks that someone possibly wrapped a tourniquet around her injured leg and it slowly decayed off and infected. Poor girl has been in pain for a while....She has lost a massive amount of blood and her counts are low. Her leg will have to be amputated. Another issue, she is leaking discharge from her vulva. The vet thinks she may have dead puppies inside her uterus. They are doing an ultrasound to find out. Tonight, they are stabilizing her, giving her fluids and getting her ready for the surgery tomorrow. The vet estimated costs - $2700 on the low side and $3088 on the high. $1500 was put down tonight but we desperately need help to cover the other half of her bill. We know it is a crazy high amount for just one dog - but this girl is so sweet. She never stopped wagging her tail. She has seen the bad side of people - either from her injury, or someone wrapping her leg until it decayed off, or being thrown out like trash on a country road. Dumpling deserves to know that not all people are bad. She deserves to know happiness and be pain free. We are trying desperately to give her the life she deserves. Please, if you can, help Dumpling by donating to her care. Troy Animal RescueProject is a 501c3

​​​You can donate via our website http://www.troyanimalrescueproject.org/donate.html  (For Dumpling)​
The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Dumpling)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Dumpling)​​​​​​​
7-7-17 Daisy - dog needing hip and elbow surgery

I have a 6 year old cocker spaniel that I adopted from a family with an allergic child when she was about 1 year old. She accidently got out of the house and got hit by a car; they waited for animal control to pick her up, but she was alive. Turns out, she has a dislocated left rear hip and a dislocated front left elbow. At the first vet visit, the elbow was in place and popping in and out of place intermittently. I did not have $1130 to pay for surgery for the rear hip, so I paid $450 to have the hip put in place and bandaged. Unfortunately the tendons and ligaments are too damaged to hold the hip in place. I have wood floors and they are too slippery for Daisy to get traction. I do my best to keep her on the carpet, but she wants to be everywhere I am. I tried to slip out to the restroom without her, she followed me and popped her elbow out and it has been out since then. It will be $1220 to have both joints repaired. I simply do not have another $1220 for Daisy to have surgery.
(Kristi Montoya Kenney is not a 501c3)
Vet Office: Hunter Animal Hospital 801-968-0123 5246 west 3500 south Salt Lake City, Utah 84120​
​The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Daisy)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Daisy)​​​​​​​
7-11-16 McCavity Kitty with bladder & kidney stones needing surgery

My blind cat is in desperate need of surgery. He has kidney stones and bladder stones. He needs further testing to see if stones have worked their way to his urethra. I have spent 1900 trying to figure out his condition . We finally know what's wrong and needs more testing done to see If he needs surgery soon. I don't want him suffering anymore and want to give him the best quality of life as I can. I have no more financial resources for him. Any amount would be appreciated. He is in a lot of pain and needs this done as soon as I can raise the money.

Vet: Onslow Animal Hospital (ask for Brandi)  1-910-347-1219.  10 Doris Ave E Jacksonville NC 28540
​The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for McCavity)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for McCavity)​​​​​​​
7-20-16  Cat family needs rescue

​​Please help this family of three kittens, Mom, and Dad live happy, healthy, lives!  Three baby kittens...hungry, scared. Mom, still practically a kitten herself. Heavy machinery as shelter, a busy intersection close by, danger in each direction! And of course, should this family beat the odds and survive, they will continue to multiply.  What's the absolute best way to make sure that fewer animals are euthanized in shelters and have to fight for survival through harsh winters? By trapping feral adults to be spayed or neutered. And by spaying, neutering, and adopting out their awesome kittens to warm, safe loving homes!  But this all costs money! So far, we have trapped two of the kittens. Each needs to be spayed/neutered, tested, vaccinated, and treated for fleas/ticks/worms. The base cost is $120 per kitten. The two we currently have already need to be treated for Upper Respiratory Infections which will bring that cost EVEN HIGHER! One has something wrong with her eye and it needs to be treated. (Not a 501c3) 

​​The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for kitten family)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for kitten family)​​​​​​​
7-22-16 Cat with terrible head injury/wound

Urgent: We have a current emergency! Our Brooklyn volunteers Betty & Ann Marie tended to a TNR inquiry and upon trapping this poor soul walked into the yard.  The feeder says he'd been missing a little while and doesn't know what happen to him.  He is under emergency procedure as we speak and we will keep everyone posted on his diagnosis.  We decided to name him "Champ" and praying this poor soul makes it through!  We are in great NEED of donations for our rescues medical bills!! (They are a 501c3)

Victory 4 the Voiceless Animal Rescue PO Box #61544 Staten Island, NY 10306
For PayPal contributions use victory4thevoiceless@gmail.com
The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Champ)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Champ)​​​​​​​​

7-26-16 Jax - kitty with  broken femur

This families house was robbed and the robbers stepped on the kitten in the process and broke his femur.

Please, Please Help! Today we came home from our friends daughters 1st birthday party and found our kitchen window open and our stuff rummaged through. Upon further inspection we seen that our kitten Jax(Stinky) was crying and hiding. When I got him to come out, I seen that he couldnt walk on his back leg and was crying. After calling around for over an hour, I finally found a vet that agreed to help him with pain medicine even though I have a lack of money right now. But if I dont get the money I will have no choice but to put him down and hes our baby! But right now Im without a job and Im a single mom of 2 boys, 8 & 6 and I have a baby on the way. His leg is broken and I dont have any means right now to pay yhe vet. Please, any amount will help so that way my boys and I can have our kitty fixed and back home with us! We are heartbroken over this and I cant let my boys lose another kitty. We lost our 2 cats in our apartment fire not too long back and they still miss them everyday. Please help and share this! Please! Thank you! Also posted above is a picture of a reciept with the amount needed so everyone knows. Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts!!​​  (Not a 501c3)

570-655-2412 Pittston Animal Hospital Tara Hoyt - for Jax
Fundraiser page:  https://www.gofundme.com/2g3k2pg
The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Jax)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Jax)​​​​​​​​​
7-27-16 Goober - cat with bladder blockage

THIS POOR RESCUE CAT HAD A URINARY BLOCKAGE AND COULDNT PEE!!!! Sabrina Antonelli and Nicole freeman of destinys hope
cat rescue need your help. This is goober he is a one year old male neutered cat who (of course) got sick at 9pm when all the vets are closed. Needed to go to the EMERGENCY VET. $1000 is needed ASAP. They placed a urinary catheter in under anesthesia to relieve his bladder. It is very painful and very dangerous. His blood work came back bad. High potassium and high blood urea nitrogen ! This can be DEADLY if not treated with IV fluids and the urine catheter to be sutured in for a few days. Also needs medicine and antibiotics and more blood work. PLEASE HELP. I AM BEGGING FOR HELP. I HAVE MANY MANY CATS AND KITTENS IN RESCUE AND THIS ONE IS CRITICAL !!!!! Please even donate $5. Please. He needs help.  (Group IS a 501c3 Detiny's Hope Cat Rescue)

Fundraiser page: ​https://www.gofundme.com/2g9wv7g3
The Dollar Club Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Goober)
The Dollar Club P.O. Box 4253 Bethlehem, Pa 18018 (for Goober)