Second Chance Rescue pulled a sweet sick pup from ACCT Philly info foster care so he could get the care he needed for his upper respiratory infection. Turns out Animal Crackers was very sick and stayed at Penn Vet for several days. We donated $300 toward his medical care. Here is a photo of him getting oxygen at the animal hospital and a photo of him three weeks later- fully recovered!
We decided to kick off 2020 by donating to 20 local animal welfare charities that help Philadelphia’s homeless animals! The donations totaled $12,000 and will kickstart the year for these amazing organizations that rely on the generosity of their donors to continue their lifesaving work. Together these organizations saved over 700 animals in Philadelphia in 2019 and the 20th recipient, ACCT Philly, is the only open intake shelter in Philadelphia and took in over 16,000 animals in 2019.
It was so very exciting for us to be able to give back and we could not have done it without you!
The charities receiving donations were:
- Noah’s Ark Rescue Project and Sanctuary
- Harley’s Haven Dog Rescue
- Whiskers of Love Cat Rescue and Sanctuary
- Tiny Paws Rescue
- Philadelphia Urgent Rescue and Relief
- Sarama Rescue
- City of Elderly Love
- J and Co Rescue
- Kizzy’s Place
- Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home
- Lucky You Animal Rescue
- Diamonds in the Ruff Dog Rescue
- Forgotten Cats
- Finding Shelter Animal Rescue
- Kitkat Playroom
- Senior Dog Haven and Hospice
- Monkey’s House Dog Hospice and Sanctuary
- Dog Town Rescue
- Mostly Muttz Rescue
- ACCT Philly
Nate, Nemo, Frank, Ace, Greyson , Fluffanutter, Frankie, Calvino, Little Possum, Herman, Patches, Ghost, Lt Dan, Cemetery, Obie One, Sammy Smiles, Alphonso, Sweet Maya, Whiskey, Diera, Ariel, Waldorf, Scarlet, 7 cats whose names we did not get, Bully, Nino, Girlfriend, Mr Tim, Clarissa, Deb, Shortail, Georgie, & Big Cat.
Emaciated Bronx had a metal collar embedding in his neck and required urgent surgery to save his life. Delco Dawgs could not let this tiny pup suffer so they pulled him to safety and got him the extensive medical care he needed. We donated $250 toward his care and followed his story for months as he grew stronger and larger! LOL
Fast forward to March 2, 2020 when his new mom shared this photo of Bronx! So happy!