9-1-20 Parvo Pups need supplies
The Artemis Project: DONATIONS NEEDED🙏
We have had several litters of puppies with Parvo and are in desperate need of:
Please help us help these babies!
Donation box will be set up outside👇
Farmers Insurance - Elizabeth Johnson Agency
9220 Hwy 71 S in Fort Smith
At the Brooken Hill intersection on the same corner as McDonalds.
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Parvo pups)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Parvo pups)
9-1-20 Storm - blocked kitty
Taking Storm to Rock Road Animal hospital. He has a urinary blockage. I hate asking but after my car repairs and no money, I need help. If anyone can call in donations once I get there, they won't take call-ins unless he is checked in first anyways. I will update post once I get an estimate. **UPDATE** he is blocked. They have to keep him and put a catheter in him to flush him out😥 they will keep him in the hospital on fluids and antibiotics for 3 days
Rocky Rd. Animal Hospital: 314 429-6666 (under Brandy Henderson for Storm)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Storm)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Storm)
9-1-20 Winnie - Starved/lost kitty
Hi everyone. My friends lost their sweet girl Winnie 7 weeks ago while moving. She was found underneath their old buildings elevator shaft yesterday by a maintenance man with only hours left to live. Since my friends posted so many posters, everyone in the building was able to recognize who the owners were. Below is a video they took. (I do not not know how to share it here, but it is very very sad. ). She’s hanging on for her life in the ICU. My dear friends are not in the best financial situation. The bill is already up to 3k, and rising. If you could donate even the smallest bit would help them and poor Winnie immensely. If you can’t donate even a dollar, please send them your prayers. Thank you for this page, your love for cats, and willingness to help a stranger. ❤️
**We do not normally post GoFundMe's, however, donations sent directly to the vets office are only done via their web-site and it is very complicated. TDC did send $100 so far via that web-page. BUT if anyone wishes to donate via the GoFundMe, I did verify everything with the vet and the kitty is indeed there, very ill and in need of donations. So I would say it is ok to donate with the GoFundMe, or through us and we can forward through the web-site.
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Winnie)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Winnie)
9-2-20 Colony in need of food
Hello, Does anyone know of any orgs/facilities that give away cat food in Los Angeles?
I feed several colonies per night and it so expensive. Any leads would help.
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for colony)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for colony)
9-3-20 Sick Stray kitty
I was wondering if there are any rescues available to help this cat. She’s in pretty bad shape. Her eyes are dilated and her nose is swollen. I don’t know where she came from. I’ve been giving her food and water for a while, but she needs vet care that I am unable to provide. She seems to be young and is friendly. I hate to see her suffering 😢. Located in Moreno Valley
Cindy Mills-Lopez: UPDATE: 9/3/2020 10:45 am. Kitty has been picked up by Kristen Gull and is on her way to Beach Garfield Vet Hospital in Huntington Beach (714)847 2519, ask for Jayne. Thank you for all the shares, and thank you Eila Redshaw, for setting everything up. All your efforts are truly appreciated.
Vet: 714-847-2519 Sick Kitty - ask for Jayne
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Sick kitty)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for sick kitty)
9-4-20 Sandy - kitty with broken jaw
Hi, I was referred to you through another animal site. I am in desperate need of help in getting funds for my kittens surgery. She was bit in the face by a dog and her upper jaw was broken. The vet I took her to referred me to Animal Dental Center in Annapolis MD, so they have all info on my case. I have been laid off from work since March 15th due to covid, so I am living off of very little money right now. If you could please help me I would greatly appreciate it! I have set up a go fund me as well, but I’m worried that it will not fund the surgery in time. I can attach pictures, but they are graphic, so please let me know if you want me to send them. Thank you
Animal Dental Center in Annapolis MD 410-828-1001 (under Lorie Devlin)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Sandy)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Sandy)
9-4-20 Tiny black Kitten with prolapsed anus
my sister and I heard a kitten meowing underneath a car in my moms apartment we were thankfully able to capture him, I believe it’s a boy. He’s hasn’t stopped meowing, we fed him wet food and he pooped but I noticed his anus doesn’t look right, I’m not sure if he may have a prolapsed anus. I’m not able to keep him unfortunately I already have 6 cats of my own, one that has strivite crystals in his bladder and another cat they may require eye surgery I barely have enough for their medical needs I cannot afford another. Is there anybody out there can help this little black panther? And take him in as their own or at least temporarily **UPDATE** 🆘update🆘 we’ve named him Tobi vet says he’s about 4 weeks old, they want us to take him when he’s about 6/7 weeks to administer flea medication since he’s too little now, vet had told me he doesn’t have a prolapsed anus, turns out he has worms and had mention that when they push they sometimes push too hard and make the anus come out a little bit but they gave him deworming strongid and droncit to take care of the worms. A huge thank you to the The Dollar Club, helpings animals one dollar at a time. My sister and I wouldn’t have been able to take him in without their kind service and donation so thank you guys so much! (Picture of receipt in the photos) we’re still in need of a rescue or a loving home for this little cutie!
Vet: Affordable Animal Hospital 562-203-0141
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Tiny Black)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Tiny Black)
9-7-20 Martha - hurt chick being abused by humans
Ahimsa Safe Haven: Martha is a baby Cornish Cross (“broiler”/meat bird) rooster who arrived late last night. He is unable to balance or walk, and has some difficulty even standing. His body is covered in scabs because he was found on the sidewalk being poked by people with sticks. He was initially taken in by a cat rescue, who then got him to a chicken rescuer who got him to the vet. The vet was unable to find anything wrong with him but prescribed antibiotics and we suspect malnutrition. Last night he was brought to me, and we will keep up on his antibiotic and monitor him closely to make sure he is progressing as he should! Fingers crossed he improves with his current regimen, and will be able to live a long and healthy life here. We got you, little buddy! Please welcome Martha to our crew. ❤️ He doesn’t do much besides sit and eat and poop, right now, but honestly what we REALLY need is a chick heater.
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Martha)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Martha)
9-8-20 Hera - sick dog with rare bacterial infection
We are seeking help with our 1-year-old pup who is fighting a deadly fungal infection called Blastomycosis. I rescued Hera from a rural shelter in Estill County after she was labeled urgent due to space and being blind. When I picked her up from the shelter, I immediately knew something was seriously wrong. I feared she was going to pass on me overnight and no vet would see her urgently and dismissed her “condition” as being blind. Long story short, I finally found a vet who had seen and was familiar Blastomycosis, a deadly fungal infection that caused Hera to be blind, not be able to breath, and have a lame leg. She was so urgent that they discussed euthanasia. I knew she wanted to fight, and she did so while in an oxygen tank for 4 days. 2 months later, Hera’s Blasto/fungal Levels are still high (14/14.7), but she’s alive and her levels were originally off the charts. Hera has an outstanding balance of 11K and we still aren’t done treating her yet. We could use any and all the help we could get to help her best Blasto and live the long healthy life she deserves
Care Center Vets (Cincinnati)- (513) 530-0911 (Name- Hera Under Furgotten Dog Rescue account)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Hera)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Hera)
9-8-20 Scottie - tiny kitten tossed out of car window
This baby’s leg is broken, possible jaw broken and will possibly lose his life from being tossed out of a car window within the hour 😪😪😪😪😪. I have the baby now and am running to an emergency vet to try to save the little one. Please help by donating if you can 😞. My heart is so incredibly broken 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
Vet: Coastal Vet 302-524-8550 (for Scottie under Terr Nicholson)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Scottie)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Scottie)
9-9-20 Moonpearl - very sick stray cat
Moonpearl was found outside emaciated and not eating and no one to be able to take her in and get her proper care. We were informed of this sad kitty desperate for vet care and a soft landing place and were able to get her into our rescue. Moonpearl is estimated at 10 years and is currently hospitalized as we try to determine why her kidney levels are off and get her stable to undergo anesthesia. At a minimum she needs 4 teeth pulled .. She was a surprise save but so desperate for help!
Vet: Metro Paws Animal Hospital: under a voice for all paws+1 (214) 324-1500
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Moonpearl)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Moonpearl)
9-1-20 Penny - very sick rescue cat
A rescue kitty who is very emaciated, loaded with scabs all over her body, has very pale gums desperately needs a vet visit. She eats all the time but can't gain weight. She is also peeing a lot and sometimes not using the litter box. The rescuer cannot afford a visit at this time. She saved this baby from a house overloaded with animals but needs help getting her treated. The Dollar Club helped get her to the vet and the vet is saying she thinks she was overloaded with fleas at one point making her anemic and now has severe inflammation and infection going on from all the bites. We are waiting on the blood work to see about thyroid.
Vet: Perkiomen Animal Hospital 215-679-7019 (for Penny)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Penny)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Penny)
9-11-20 Tiny kittens need KMR
I am needing kmr help. Someone dumped 3 precious 2 week old kittens...they had them in a box and put them in a company car at Gregory logistics here in Poplar Bluff... a lady there reached out to animal control animal control said they could not take them but recommended me, how could I refuse? They were starving covered in fleas and had maggot larvae all over them and their eyes were matted shut and their nose was so caked they couldn't breathe...I'm begging for help so I can get some baby food and some kitten food and some milk replacement, we are totally broke and no one is helping.
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for kmr)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for kmr)
9-11-20 Sheva - kitten with a very bad leg break and eye bleeding
URGENT🆘️🆘️ Meet Sheva She was brought to our door today wrapping in a towel. Finder said she was found wet and cold by a dumpster. We know she has a wound on the inside of her leg. Possible broken leg or pelvis. We got her into our vet asap and are waiting on xrays. We were not expecting this expense but we could not let her suffer. **UPDATE** per vet and x-rays it is a very bad break and they are worried the eye may be neurological
Vet: Crossroads Animal Clinic (817) 277-9183 under Home Rescue for Sheva
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Sheva)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Sheva)
9-15-20 Cat hit by car
Wags To Whiskers was at the shelter to pick up another kitty. When an distraught elderly couple walked in with Tuffy to surrender him. He got outside and came back hurt like this. It is believed he was run over by a car. His owners were very hurt and upset they had to surrender him, because they couldn't afford his care. And didn't want him to suffer. The elderly man explained to Teri, that he himself had bottle fed this sweet boy. And he is their baby. So they surrendered him. And then Teri explained that she would take him right away. And get him to our Vet. The elderly woman then cried again, saying he is going to be ok, he's going to be ok! We are so glad to be helping this sweet soul. **UPDATE** VILLAGE TUFFY HAS A DEGLOVED JAW AND MOST OF HIS TEETH BROKEN 💔 HE IS AT NEIGHBORHOOD VETERINARY CENTERS-GROVES WITH DR Brady Hanson. SO FUNDS ARE NEEDED DESPERATELY. He will go back to his owners once he is recovered with the promise that they keep him indie from now on.
Vet: NEIGHBORHOOD VETERINARY CENTERS-GROVES: 409-962-9668 FOR TUFFY
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Tuffy)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Tuffy)
9-16-20 Samara - needs leg amputated
SURGERY FUNDS NEEDED! This beautiful young girl, Samara, was found tied outside to the gate of Guilford County Animal Shelter over the weekend! She is unable to put weight on her left front leg. The shelter was desperate to find medical treatment for her. We pulled her today and took her to our veterinarian for X-rays. She has a fractured leg that was never treated. Sadly, she is having her leg amputated tomorrow due to the severity of her injury. This sweetheart is only a year old and weighs just 28 pounds. PLEASE donate if possible to help us with her surgery cost. She is SO LOVING and she really needs your help. Thank you.
Vet: High Vet Hospital: (336) 889-3832 (under Samara of Susie's Hope Rescue)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Samara)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Samara)
9-16-20 cat food needed for community cats
Johnson County Community Cats is asking for donations.
Our cat food supply is critically low. We currently have one bag of adult cat food and zero bags of kitten food.If you have the ability to donate food for our cats, we would greatly appreciate it!
Donations can be sent to or dropped off at Johnson Community Cats 4247 State Rd. 135,
Franklin, IN 46131.
As always if you can't donate, please share!
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Cat food)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Cat food)
9-16-20 Feral cat colony in dire need of help
Hello, I was hoping you could help me a little. I was directed to your page. I am feeding several feral cats and am having a very hard time since I am doing it all by myself. I've gotten a holdof someone who will help me spay and neuter them but they can't help with food. Are you able to send some at all? I would be forever grateful. Once I get back to work I can do this again on my own but right now I have no income.
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Feral Cat food)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Feral Cat food)
9-18-20 Izzy - severe ear polyps
I have a cat named Izzy, he is 9 yrs old, He has severe polyps in his ear that has to be removed, other wise he will have to be euthanized. 2 months ago when this all started before we found out what it was and just thought it was an ear infection he couldn't walk couldn't eat lost weight, it was awful. If he can have the surgery then he has a very good out chance of having a normal life. I have raised some of the money needed for surgery but still need more.
Vet: Brookwood Vet 770-504-0853 (under Wendy Cox for Izzy)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Izzy)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Izzy)
9-20-20 Bean - kitten shot
Happy Hearts & Tails Safe Haven Animal Rescue: Someone SHOT this less than 3lb kitten. Shot him. It's been an exhausting three days. I am spent. Mentally, physically and emotionally.
I spent two days trying to get this lil injured baby. Finally, I was able to net him last night around 11:15 p.m. Once I secured the baby, I called Dr. Kathio and he told me to bring him to Pittston, he was in the office, I got there about 12 a.m......Once I saw this prolapse, I knew it was not good. I've dealt with a rectal prolapse before but this was the worst. I didn't know if it could be fixed.
Well. Dr said he could fix it and he did. Because he is a feral kitten, we can't handle him. (For now) So he wanted to keep him overnight. He gave him a few injections because we can't do oral antibiotics. I am okay with that because we need to be sure the repaired prolapse stays in place. Once he repaired it he wanted to do an Xray. He suspected a trauma of some kind. He thought maybe he was hit by a car. He was not. He was shot. Someone put a pellet into this less than 3lb. lil baby. A pellet. I just have no words. I left Kathios about 1:30 a.m. and just cried all the way home. Why. How can anyone shoot a baby kitten, or any kitty. What have they done that is so horrible? Try to survive in this horrible world. I can't fathom this. I just can't. If you can shoot an innocent 2.5 lb. Kitten there is something wrong with you. I will talk with Dr. this afternoon. And will update. I will not be releasing Bean. I just can't put him back there. He is not social but we can work on that. Yes a tiny Bean Thanks Dr for taking this baby at midnight and helping him. **If you can help with Beans bill/care it would be appreciated. I am going to try to work with him.
Vet: Pittston Animal Hospital. 570-655-2412 (for kitty with rectal prolapse Kittys name is Bean)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Bean)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Bean)
9-21-20 Chance - dog needs surgery
Chance is our 4 yr old rescue fur baby. We got him when he was about 7 months old. He was neglected and left to wander the streets alone. He was emaciated, had mange, hookworms, and heartworms. It took six months to get him back to health. At 2 yrs old he was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, which was directly connected to his malnutrition when he was younger. Last month he had a major "flare up" of his hip dysplasia causing him to walk awkwardly on his left hind leg. He has torn his c.c.l. in his left hind leg and now needs a knee operation. We've gone to different vets and a specialist and they all confirm a TPLO knee surgery is his best option to be able to use his leg more and be pain free! Chance is such a loving dog! All the vets and vet technicians fall in love with him almost instantly. It tears us up to have our baby boy go though all this. He has many more years of life in him he just need this operation to make it a quality and pain free life. Any size donation is more than welcome, $5 $10, whatever you can spare will be appreciated. Even if you cannot donate please share this posting so we can help get our boy healthy again.
Vet: Blue Pearl Vet 904-646-1287 (for Chance Marchese)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Chance)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Chance)
9-21-20 Capone - dog with obstruction
Medical Urgent- Capone needs medical attention ASAP! Capone is a 6 year old pittie mix whose owner reached out for help because she cannot afford the expensive medical care he needs for what seems to be an obstruction. Only 3 months ago, Capone had surgery for an obstruction after eating a sock. While his family tried so hard to keep himself, he seems to have come across something else and seems to be obstructed again. The owner noticed he seemed to be lethargic and wasn't eating or drinking a few days ago, but he perked up and seemed to be turning the corner. However in the past day or he took a turn for the worse and is now vomiting and has lost weight. He urgently needs medical care if he's going to survive. Capone's family would love to keep him if help were to be found, but they are also willing to let him go if that is what they need to do to save his life. After paying for his last surgery, they just don't have the money to do it again. They are willing to make payments, but have not found an office or card that will work with them, and they have researched extensively.
Vet: Clementon Animal Hospital: (856) 784-2304 (Under Kizzy's Place Rescue)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Capone)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Capone)
9-28-20 Boston - stray dog attacked
The Artemis Project is asking for donations.
THIS POOR BABY NEEDS YOUR HELP!
We found him on the side of the road in shock. After speaking to neighbors, we discovered he was attacked by a pack of free roaming dogs early this morning. We are on our way to Chaffee Veterinary Clinic to see Dr. Fouts. Please say a prayer for this little guy and donate to his care if you can.
Chaffee Veterinary Clinic (479) 769-2477 (Boston Under The Artemis Project)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Boston)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Boston)
9-29-20 Cheyenne - pet with infection
Urgent help needed! ...this poor dog needs to see a vet and get a prescription for this infection but he has no funds😢 Can you help please???
Ok folks I need help with Cheyenne again this is her left leg and it’s infected. From time to time she gets these don’t know how but she does I cannot afford to take her to the vet I am pretty much stay at home caregiver from my wife who has dementia I really could use some help she will be going to Dr‘s groves I did call them to see if they will call in just a prescription for me and let me get it I just Saul her for this a couple of months ago so I’m waiting for a phone call I don’t even have the money to buy the prescription. I am waiting for a phone call back from the vet tech to see if they could just call a prescription in if anybody could help me I would really appreciate it ￼. ******Update...we have the help to get Cheyenne to the vet in the morning! Thank you all!!! ❤️🐾 The estimate at minimum is $298.00
Vet: Dr Groves 941-391-5251 (under Steve Ackerman for “Cheyenne”)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Cheyenne)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Cheyenne)
9-29-20 Curly - Dog attacked by something
Paw Patrol Animal Rescue & Sanctuary is asking for donations.
URGENT ‼️ DONATIONS NEEDED, EMERGENCY RESCUE WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
A friend of PPARAS was just out for a bike ride when she stumbled across this baby suffering, stuck in a canal. Without hesitation, they pulled the dog out and contacted us for help. He/she is covered in lacerations and bite marks. How does this happen?! We are praying that this baby survives. He/she needs EMERGENCY medical attention. Think these photos are bad? They’re nothing compared to real life...We are deep in debt but we NEVER let an animal suffer. We are rushing him/her to the ER for treatment. Please, give what you can. Every dollar counts ❤️
We have named this pup Curly..The estimate is anywhere from $2,000 to $3,000
Knowles Animal Clinic 305-279-2323 (for Curly under Paw Patrol)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Curly)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Curly)
9-29-20 Little Bit - kitten with terrible neck injury
Friends Of Greenup Paws: ‼️‼️ HELP NEEDED ‼️‼️ We wish it would stop for just a second, but this kitten season has been horrific. We simply cannot keep up the the intake requests that have been coming in. We inherited a kitten with a horrible wound under her neck. She is only 4 weeks old. We are rushing her to the vet, but are going to need help covering medical costs. She is on her way to ACC now. Please keep Little Bit in your prayers, and if you are able to donate, we would be so so grateful.
Animal Care Clinic +1 (304) 525-7629 (Little Bit under Greenup Paws)
The Dollar Club paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (for Little Bit)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Little Bit)
9-30-20 Billie Jean - Needs vet for tumor and infection
Hi, i usually wouldnt do this but the circumstances are bad. I do trap neuter release on staten island, NY. As i was doing a TNR project and taking a walk around a neighborhood looking for feeders, I stumbled upon a cat on some guy’s lawn. I knocked on his door and got to talking. This was a while ago. She’s an indoor/outdoor. He called me frantic recently saying his cats ears are terrible and that he smells an awful smell coming from her. He’s disabled, single, lives on SS. He’s asked me to take her to the vet and i said yes- on the terms that she strictly stays indoors from now on. Turns out she’s 10+ years old, needs a dental, and has a tumor taken in her head/ear. Due to the fact of how costly this is (probably $2,000 after biopsy, hospital stays, surgery, etc) & the owner wont be paying for it, I need major help. Her name is Billie Jean. A rescue put me on their account so i could get the rescue rate, but i refuse to let them pay for it out of pocket. I cant put them through that when i know they are on financial hard times themselves.
Vet: Eltingville Vet: 718 208 4118 (for Billie Jean)
The Dollar Club paypal: email@example.com (for Billie Jean)
TDC Mailing address: P.O. Box 116 Hereford, Pa 18056 (for Billie Jean)