3-2-18 Pepper - kitten having trouble breathing

Got a call from someone rushing a kitten to the vet.  Kitten was brought to her by someone moving who didn't want to take the cat with them.  She is an angel. All of a sudden she got sick about 2 hours ago; her pupils got really big and she started breathing hard.​​  ​​Having a very hard time breathing, white gums, lethargic, third eyelid.  

Vet:  Care Charlotte:  704-457-2300
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Pepper)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Pepper)
3-2-18 Tiger - hit by car & liver failure

A young girl found this cat that was hit by a car and could not get up and walk, he kept falling when he tried. She was able to find someone to help and it was discovered that this is a community cat that many people feed and care for. He IS a stray but a loved stray.  He was rushed to the vet and discovered his pelvis is broken PLUS he is severely anemic and in liver failure.  They do expect to be able to recover him from this.  You can call any donation to the vet HOWEVER they speak spanish so it may be difficult.

Vet:  Dr. Diaz - 305-824-0500​​ (for Tiger/Joicelyn Baer)

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Tiger)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Tiger)
3-6-18 Ricky - Kitty with mouth abscess

I need help with a male that I trapped in target parking lot for tnr, but was friendly, had a huge gash on his neck, was treated and healed, and now has an abscess in his mouth, super loving, eating drinking, pooping normal..wont let me touch his mouth. I have to move in under 2 months and am 5 months pregnant, I need help.  My care credit is maxed out and I have nothing for a vet visit.  (Krystle Gochnour)

Los Coyotes Pet Hospital: (562) 627-1000
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Abscess kitty)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Abscess Kitty)​

3-8-18 Meeka - dog attack and needs surgery

We are BEGGING for your help!!! Meeka needs surgery.

We were in shock when we first saw her today...there was an adopter, who asked us to help her get this poor dog out of the kill shelter in Tampa, FL (HCAS)...we did just that today and when the adopter saw her severe injury, they bailed on actually adopting her :( We were just as shocked seeing how bad it was too but it made us want to help her even more, not walk away! Getting back to the horror of that raw, open wound (yes it was from a dog fight while she was in an adopter’s home just for a week AND they tied her to a pole with her chest ripped open & walked away afterwards!)...the fact that the shelter let her leave the shelter like this (and also who knows how long she was in a shelter environment with it uncovered) sickens us greatly...our vet advised she should have gauze over this of course :(.  ...Any and all help so greatly appreciated! We couldn’t turn our backs on her and she is so loving that it was if she was thanking is today! She doesn’t like other animals so just wants to be the only dog and she will give you all her love in return! Such a gorgeous girl with one brown eye & one translucent blue! xoxo (Bailey's Way Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3 )

Vet: ‭(239) 574-2868‬ Donations can be called in to the vet if preferred, our account number id #19043
Fundraising page:  https://www.youcaring.com/meeka-1121682
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Meeka)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Meeka)​

3-10-18 Little Dude - kitten hit by car

Developing situation. One of our fosters found a cat that had been hit by a car and abandoned on the side of the road. She is on her way to Ocean View Veterinary Hospital NJ we can see injuries to her face and eye but are awaiting further diagnosis.  * Update: the cat is a young male and his gums are healthy and pink which is a good sign — X-ray seems to show no obvious sign of severe damage. Little dude has facial trauma, though, and may lose an eye, so he is not out of the woods.  The vet said he is about 8-10 months old, and FIV positive. He has an abscess/wound on tail, large bite wound on face but they think they will be able to save the eye. He has a small fracture of orbital bone but the vet expects he will be ok.  (Kizzy's Place, NJ is 501c3)​​

Kizzy's Place Paypal:  Kizzysplacenj@gmail.com
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Little Dude)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Little Dude)​

3-12-18 Cat Colony in Ocala

Supplied cat food/litter/supplies to a starving cat colony

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for CatColony)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for CatColony)​​

3-13-18  17 rescue cats thrown out by family after death of caretaker

HEART BREAKING/LIFE SAVING RESCUE MISSION: Yesterday two of our staff members drove around the clock to California to save 17 cats. Most were teenage cats....10 came from a hoarding situation and all are very sick. Three were 8 years old and had been indoors their entire life until their elderly Momma passed away and the family threw them out. They were scared beyond belief. It will take lots of time, and medical care to help these cats get healthy enough for adoption. If you would like to donate to their care it would be greatly appreciated

Cat Alliance Team Sancturay (IS a 501c3) :  http://www.catallianceteam.org/donate ​​

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for 17 cats)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for 17 cats)​​​
3-13-18 Emergency transport needed

Karen Lunebach


Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for transport)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for transport)​​​​​

3-18-18 Wanya - blocked cat

Ex-feral cat was blocked and full of crystals.  Was able to get him to the ER vet and empty the bladder.  On antibiotics now and special food to prevent it from happening again.

Taming Gracie Feral Cat care

Sunbury Animal Hospital 570 286-513​1
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Wanya)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Wanya)​​​​​

3-20-18 2 doxies from elderly couple need extensive vet care

Okay Gang we really need your help! A woman cane to us today begging for help- over the last 4 years her husband has had to be placed in a Nursing home after thousands of dollars of medical bills, hospitalizations and eventual placement. She had no money to take care of her babies- two 11 year old Doxies and did not want to have to euthanize them. Weeping, she surrendered them to us in the last hour- they are on their way to Pocono Peak right now. The little girl is full of infection- the entire office smells of it- her face is swollen and the lady has been hand feeding her- it is most probably her teeth- the little boy can hardly walk- also has dental issues and hip problems. They are only 11 years old...we need to help them. - if you all can help us help them we (and these little babies) would be so grateful. We also would like them in foster care- they are terrified and need a quiet home.​​ (Camp Papillon is a 501c3)

Pocono Peak Vet ‭(570) 421-0931‬- let them know it is from Camp Papillon for vet care of Doxies​​

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for 2 Doxies)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for 2 Doxies)​​​​​​
3-22-18 Neno - very ill cat

NINO needs your help. HERE KITTY KITTY, NJ rescued Nino from AHS - Newark a few weeks ago. He went into a wonderful foster home. A few days later I got a call that Nino wasn't doing to good.  When Nino left the shelter his paperwork said he was a young cat unfortunately this is not true. Nino could be almost 15 years old and has a few issues that are wrong with him. The first issue is his kidneys, the next issue is he is anemic and lastly he needs dental work. He also has to have a special diet that the vet has and that is the Royal Canin formula for cats with kidney issues.  The vet says that they cannot do an MRI on Nino because he won't be able to handle the sedation, the same for his teeth. They would like to build him up so that they would be able to do the necessary work on him. He also needs fluids daily.  Here Kitty Kitty is unable to handle this unexpected financial expense which is now up to $1,000 and climbing.So we are hoping that you good folks would be able to help.  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DONATE what you can. It will be greatly appreciated. Here Kitty Kitty is a non-profit 501c3 Rescue.

4 Paws Animal Hospital Englishtown, NJ  (732) 536-7297  (for NINO under Amanda Bracco) 

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Neno)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Neno)​​​​​​​
3-23-18 Honey - stomatitis

Honey desperately needs our help. Her entire mouth is inflamed, infected, and is full of stomatitis. She will need dental surgery. She is underweight because she can barely eat, and also has eye and ear infection. She was given 3 medications. The vet has guestimated about 6-8 teeth will need removal, but she does feel it may be more once Honey is sedated and she can do more thorough exam.  Not including today’s visit, the estimated cost of her surgery and medication after her surgery is $400.00. Our rescue has not received any donations for over a year. Our resources are so low and this has been unexpected. We also have many other cats in our care with medical needs. We need help to raise this small amount so Honey can get well and live pain free. Honey’s Story: Honey was adopted 2 years ago. She was recently returned to our rescue due to a divorce. In those 2 years she has never seen a vet, not even a quick update exam. On return we knew something was wrong with Honey and quickly took her to our vet!  Honey was in perfect shape before adoption and all her exams, vaccines and other vetting was fully updated. Now Honey is suffering due to neglect of others.  Operation Paw Time is a 501c3

Operation Paw Time paypal address is: director@opawtime.org  (for Honey)
Vet Number: 704-970-2711 (For Honey under Operation Paw TIme
Fundraising page for Honey:  https://www.youcaring.com/operationpawtimehoney-1136129​

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Honey)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Honey)​​​​​​​​
3-27-18 Pip - dog needing vet care for several medical problems

I am sending out a plea for help for my dog, Pip who desperately needs medical help that I cannot afford. I am very embarrassed to ask this because I am unable to work and have applied for disability. I am able to take care of my pets for the most part and most of them are rescues that found me. But when emergencies like this come up that I don't have time to save for, I have no other option but to ask for help. I am very active in the online rescue community and know that we all come together to help our own. I would be so grateful for any help for my Pip. He is in pain and knowing there is nothing I can do aside from humanely euthanizing him when something such as a general surgery could fix him kills me.  He has a small mass on his anus and an infected tooth and he has dental disease. He also has blood in his urine and blood work came back and showed signs of gallbladder and liver issues. (Group is Pendants for Paws)

WellPet Humane:  770-455-1011 (They are very hard to get a hold of. They do not answer their phone. You will have to select the option of making an appointment and leaving a voicemail. Account is for Pip under Kendra Lovell) 

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Pip)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Pip)​​​​​​​​​​

3-27-19 Ophelia - stomatitis

It is very rare for me to make a personal plea to everyone. I am usually found with my head in a trap, bottle feeding, teaching new trappers, etc. However I feel there is a need at this time to reach out to each and every one of you about Ophelia. She is a sweet little 6 year old in desperate need of major dental surgery. She was adopted by a family in December from a local shelter who should be ashamed of themselves!!! She was given a “clean bill of health” when she was adopted out. It was soon discovered this little one has red inflamed gums, several gaping holes where there were once teeth and several broken teeth. This did not happen after her adoption. She has been like this for a long time before the shelter adopted her. She is on wet pate food and even that makes her cry.  Upon contacting the shelter I was told the only help they can give is for her to be surrendered and returned to them. She will then be euthanized. What a wonderful response from “compassionate” people.

The family that adopted her love her dearly but are on a very limited income. We have found a vet who will work with us, but surgery will still exceed $1,000. We are trying to help as much as possible but we have so many others who are depending on us financially. So until this money is raised she will continue to suffer. I know everyone who follows our Facebook are loving compassionate people. Won’t you please consider making a donation to help Ophelia? $5 from each of you would make this all possible. We offer several ways to make donations. You can donate through PayPal or our YouCaring campaign.

Please please find it in your hearts to help this little one who is suffering through no fault of her own. I will be forever grateful.  (Angels Helping Animals, a 501(c)3 nonprofit)

Angels Helping Animals Paypal:  http://www.angelshelpinganimals.com/donate​​

Fundraiser page:  https://www.youcaring.com/opheliaangelshelpinganimals-1133733?utm_campaign=buttonshare&utm_medium=url&utm_source=copy&utm_content=cf_cp_01

Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Ophelia)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Ophelia)​​​​​​​​​​​

3-30-18 Zed - dog needing vet care

URGENT! We need to raise funds for Zed's vetting! Zed's story of neglect is heartbreaking. He was failed by his original rescue, only to be "saved" by a person who chained him up in the backyard for 3 weeks, instead of providing much needed medical care. Zed was then confiscated by animal control due to neglect. As it turns out, going to the shelter was his saving grace.  We received a plea to help poor Zed, and after one look into those big brown eyes, we knew that we could not leave him behind.  Zed is a Mastiff mix and is emaciated at 93 lbs. He is suffering from a laundry list of medical conditions, including malnourishment and a severe URI. We suspected that Zed had a form of mange, but his skin scraping was negative. It turns out that Zed's skin condition is a very bad yeast overgrowth and skin infection. He also has cherry eye in one eye and double entropion in both eyes. This condition will require surgery to correct. Zed is also heartworm positive and needs all of the standard vetting on top of these conditions to get him healthy.  Please help us share Zed's story far and wide, so that we can raise the funds needed for his mounting medical bills. This kind of treatment of animals is unacceptable and we are so thankful that animal control seized this big guy, to give him a second chance of life. (A Chance to Bloom Dog Rescue is a 501c3)

A Chance to Bloom Paypal:  Paypal.Me/AChanceToBloom
Paypal: thedollarclub@yahoo.com (for Zed)
TDC P.O. Box 770906 Ocala, FL 34477-0906 (for Zed)​​​​​​​​​​​​