10-01-19  Sushi  - kitten with diaphramatic hernia

HOME Rescue is asking for donations.🆘🆘🆘🆘 URGENT🆘🆘🆘🆘

What started as a rescue for an obvious leg injury from the local Fort Worth Shelter has now turned into a life or death situation for little Sushi. We noticed almost immediately that his breathing didn't look right. After x-rays and a visit today, we have learned he has a left side diaphragmatic hernia. He will need the same surgery that we had done on Junie the dog. We will be getting him into Dallas Surgical Center to get the surgery done which will be in the $3,500 to $4,000 range. Honestly we just don't have the funds for this surgery. We were only made aware of the leg but doesn't change the fact that little guy must have this surgery. It is so heartbreaking to hear him struggle to take a breath. Please consider making a donation to help this little guy with his surgery he so desperately needs. Thank you so much for your love and support for this precious angel.

Vet: Crossroads vet 817-277-9183

The Dollar Club Paypal:  https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Sushi)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Sushi)

10-01-19  Bentley  - cat needs leg amuptation

Bentley estimated to be 8 years old was found severely injured in a car engine and brought to a shelter where no one stepped up to help him. He tested FIV+ which caused his large wounds and lacerations not to heal after the vet cleaned, stitched and debrided the wounds for several weeks. It caused a severe infection that endangered his life. The vet recommended amputation of the entire leg which was not affordable to me being only on Social Security. The final option was euthanization as he would become septic and suffer. My heart broke as I wanted to give this sweet kitty every chance possible to live. Angels of Animals, hearing about Bentley, took him under their wing and had the vet proceed with an emergency amputation to save his life. The surgery was intricate and lengthy due to the removal of extensive infection. Angels of Animals is an amazing rescue that specializes in special needs cats and dogs giving hope when all hope is gone. Bentley is an example of their tireless efforts. They give animals 110% chance to help them continue to live. In sincere appreciation, I am starting this fund to help cover Bentleys amputation and aftercare. Their funds are exhausted due to helping countless kitties and other animals with severe issues and special needs.

Vet:  Montclair Animal Hospital 973 744 1942

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Bentley)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Bentley)

10-02-19  Chico  -  feral cat attacked by something

Capic Cats rescued a Feral cat we named Chico. He was Attacked by something. Chico is at Animerge late last night into today. Over $2500 so far. He is now at our vet getting care. Bills are not cheap. Please help donate at www.capiccats.com Paypal. ❤️FERALS MATTER❤️ 

Vet: Mobile Vet Md 732-387-7977 (For Chico under Capic Cats) 

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Chico)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Chico)

10-03-19  Angie  -  cat with pneumonia

I think Angela has pneumonia too. She lives outside in the catio and they sleep in a insulated cabin with a heat lamp. I check on them during the night and the coldest time of the day is around 6 am. When I checked on them this morning their plug to the heat lamp had been pulled out and it was about 32 degrees.The weather changing this rapidly from 80s to 30s and then the rain keeping all surfaces wet is so dangerous to all of the catio cats. Angela is wheezing this morning. I want to take her In to the vet's office in Sidney to get a very strong shot of antibiotics.

We cannot take our cats to the vet any longer without pledges and donations. We are out of money. Please help us get Angela to the vet today by calling our vet's office and pledging for Angela's visit and Dolly's the day before yesterday. Please help us help our rescued feral cats. They need us! Thank You! ♥

Sidney Veterinary Hospital: 308 254 2938 (Under Nebraska Cats Michelle Tynan for Angie)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Angie)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Angie)

10-04-19  Polly  - starved & emaciated stray cat and kittens 

Cat Atrium is asking for donations. Not only did this emaciated girl wander up to a home but she brought her 2 kittens with her... kittens!!! She is so skinny and weak that she walks wobbly and can't jump well without falling. How has she fed her babies? How has she survived?
The home that she chose to seek help, for herself and her kittens, is trying to find help. They have reached out to us before going to the municipal shelter. Mom will need extensive care and kittens will need to have a bottle feeder. We will need your support to make this happen. Would you consider a tax deductible donation for this little family?  **UPDATE**  She has been in hospital care since Monday. She is on IV fluids and she is being syringe fed. She is eating small amounts on her own but the veterinarian is wanting her to have a more regimented feeding schedule. She is a very sweet girl and loves to get attention even though she does not feel well. Polly is getting all the treatment possible and now we have to wait and see if she is strong enough to pull through. Please consider donating toward her medical costs, as she has a tough road ahead of her. Her two babies are doing great in their foster home and they transitioned to a bottle very easily. Please send Polly lots of prayers, love and positive thoughts. Cat Atrium is a 501c3

Cat Atrium paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme2/catatrium?fbclid=IwAR1vgvuAGAZzaqLIzCffRPu5KDtSZtqJREeSCIW4DEW8jjT_2Wy3aIvlgFo    

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Polly)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Polly)

10-8-19 Amber  -  kitten with diaphramatic hernia

Angels of Animals, Inc is asking for donations. Donations desperately needed for this baby!
Little Amber was rescued with a diaphragmatic hernia - a life-threatening condition in which her intestines were wrapped around her heart, causing respiratory distress and gradual starvation. While our hope had been to wait until she was bigger, her condition became critical this weekend. Yesterday, at 1.9 pounds, Amber had the surgery that will hopefully save her life. She is hospitalized at Oradell in critical care. Her blood pressure is stabilizing and she even ate a little. So far, we stand to spend about $4000 to save Amber's life. Please help us help this sweet baby if you can - every little bit counts! Thank you for the outpouring of love and support for this precious little girl! 

Oradell Animal Hosp.  201-262-0010  Amber is under "Angels of Animals". 

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Amber)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Amber)

10-09-19  Pig  - rescued pig hit by car

******IMMEDIATE RESCUE NEEDED****** This male piggie 42925949 - looks to have been hit by a car. he has some abrasions and might have a injured leg.RESCUE ONLY Do not call the shelter. Rescue tags must be sent via 🚨EMAIL: fwacctag@fortworthtexas.gov

This animal is located at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control/Chuck Silcox Adoption Center, 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth 76119

The Dollar Club offered $100 to a vets office to the group who rescues this pig so he can be seen. My Pig Filled Life is a group who did rescue him

Vet: Wills Point Vet 903-873-9132

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Pig)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Pig)

10-09-19  Homer  - stray cat needs leg amputation

I have a kitty who was brought to me with trauma to his left rear leg. He requires emergency amputation tomorrow morning. It looks like he was attacked and the bite lead to infection in his joint. Unfortunately, the vet says the only way to save him is amputation. His muscles are completely atrophied due to him holding it up to avoid pain. Poor baby. I have named him Homer.

Vet: Winchester Animal Clinic 859 745 6865 (For Homer under Tara Ware Roach)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Homer)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Homer)

10-09-19  Zanzibar  - kitten with neurological emergency

Zanzibar is an approx 9 week old kitten who has already experienced quite a bit in his short time on this earth. He was originally found as a stray in terrible condition in Philadelphia and slated for euthanasia at a local shelter. The Cat Shack stepped in and saved him, placing him in a foster home with a weakness for medical cases and black cats, both of which he was! Zanzibar had a pronounced head tilt, walked in circles and was severely underweight when he was found. The Cat Shack immediately had him assessed by a vet and he was started on medication and some force feedings in his foster home. After the first few days, which were touch and go, he started to recover and his head tilt improved a bit, he began to have more control of his movements and he decided he actually loves to eat and would be happy to do so on his own! Within 2 weeks he had gained almost half a pound and started to learn to play with toys, boss the dog around and yell at anyone he could find when he was hungry. We thought Zanzibar was out of the woods but then suddenly within 18 hrs he went from a happy, playful kitten to not being able to walk and completely unaware of his surroundings. His foster parents woke up to him crying in his bed at 4 am and rushed him to the emergency vet. He spent 10 days at the vet in the ICU before rejoining his foster family. He has slowly regained the ability to hold his head up, eat, walk and just generally be a happy kitten. He continues to have some neuro deficits, including not being able to fully control his hind legs (the right is better than the left), limited sensation in his tail, and he still needs stimulation and assistance to urinate and defecate. He is also on 6 different medications including antibiotics, steriods and several others. The hope is that we will continue to see small improvements every day and slowly be able to wean him off the majority of the medication. His foster family also participates in lots of play therapy with him daily to help him exercise his legs and rebuild some of the muscle. LT's future is still a bit uncertain but knowing what a spitfire he is and how many people he has in his corner we are hopefully he will make a full, or near full recovery and he will have a great quality of life with many happy years in a forever home. 

Vet: Quakertown Vet: (215) 536-6245 (for Zanzibar under The Cat Shack)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Zanzibar)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Zanzibar)

10-11-19  Groot  -  blocked cat

My precious baby boy needs emergency surgery for a blockage. The poor guys is in pain, cant use the bathroom or eat. The vets wont take him on a payment plan, please help me. He is a Male cat and a blockage can be fatal. I have had him since he was 12 weeks old and feral. Now he is the sweetest most loving boy ever. I've taken care of all of his medical expenses personally and couldn't begin to imagine needing help caring for him, but now I need help. They drained his bladder with a needle, told me to consider euthanasia if I didn't have the money, charged me 125 and sent me on my way.  **UPDATE** he peed overnight! So they are starting antibiotics and pain meds along with a canned food diet since he could not raise the needed money overnight for surgery - which may not be necessary now.

Vet: South Shore Animal Hospital 315-698-0190 (for Groot)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Groot)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Groot)

10-12-19 Colonial - cat with severe mouth problem

Froggy's Cat Rescue. ANOTHER EMERGENCY INTAKE! (They have had several dire emergencies the past 2 days). When it rains, it pours. On my way back from the ER after leaving Evie with the surgeon late last night, I ran across this little guy in my neighborhood. He has what looks like eosinophillic granuloma. It's a mediated immune skin disease that cause painful swelling and ulcers inside his mouth. He just went to our regular vet this afternoon and will be treated for the next 14 days. Between his care and Evie's emergency surgery, our resources are beyond completely depleted. We are in the red now. Please donate toward their care if you can. If you can't, then please share with everyone and encourage others to donate. Even $5 makes a difference. You can paypal donations to froggyscatrescue@comcast.net. Thank you

Vet: Brentwood Animal Clinic. Number 904-354-0547 (Under Froggys)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Colonial)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Colonial)

10-14-19  Baby Kitten became suddenly ill

This baby is about 3 months old. She has been on my porch for a few weeks. She’s been fine and healthy until a few hours ago. She’s lethargic and refusing food and water. My vet is Mount sterling animal hospital. Dr Skinner. Address 1510,490 Winchester road mount sterling. Ph 859-498-1700. Thank you for any help you can offer.  The Dollar Club offered $100 to get this baby seen ASAP. He is going in to the vet this morning.

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Baby)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Baby)

10-15-19  Cat Colony needs food

The 50+ cat colony in Schnecksville needs help with food again.  This is the one we have been helping with for a few years now.  (Yes, all cats have been spayed/neutered). The woman who feeds them is alone and elderly so we help her feed them. I have sent about $130.00 worth so far but with over 50 cats, that won't last very long.  If you can help, please send donations to our paypal.  THANK YOU!!

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for colony)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For colony)

10-17-19  Baby Coco - very sick kitten

Alleykattz rescue.  17 week old Baby Coco got sick all of a sudden. Foster called me at 10:30pm and said kitten was not eating and lethargic . So I called Dave and he asked her to take kitten temp and it was 106  He said need ER ASAP.. They have her fluid and meds to bring fever down .. Then foster took her home 2 hrs later bill $602.. Then kitten went to our Vet and is there now.. Fever is 102 but not eating too well and on IV ..They are taking tests. They are thinking Pan Leuk and hoping they caught it early enough to save her.

Baby coco is at Gradys in SAYVILLE .. 631-218-1596.. Under Dave Bernacchi (for Coco)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Coco)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Coco)

10-19-19  A cat colony in Texas needing food

A colony I'm trying help tnr are extremely malnourished. The vet said the 6 month old cat weighs 2.5 lbs. Who can donate some good quality food for them?They fixed the poor 2.5lb baby and we also need Tnr donations. It's 45 for female and 35 for male but food is most urgent right now.

TDC sent along $100 worth of canned food so far.

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for TX colony)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For TX colony)

10-22-19  Itty Bitty  -  cat with a baby stuck inside

Rowan County Cats & Kittens need your Help
Itty bitty had a deformed kitten over the weekend and shelter vet thinks she may have one stuck inside her. They have requested us to get to vet but we estimate the price for an emergency spay would be about $400. We do not have funds available to pay for her. Please pledge to save her.


N. Davidson Animal Hospital 336-731--6978 (under Angi Elkins)

The Dollar Club Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheDollarClub (for Itty Bitty)

Mailing Address: TDC P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (For Itty Bitty)