|Sent on:||Monday, March 5, 2012 2:28 PM|
Hester, Cassie and Merlin:
$2500 Needed for Surgeries
Hester is one of our oldest cats, who was rescued from terrible neglect in 2002.
She had been forced to live in darkness in a filthy shed, along with 18 other cats. A cataract in one of her eyes ruptured earlier this week; she was in a great deal of
pain, so immediate surgery was needed. Luckily, Hester bounced back quickly from
the operation and returned home to her feline friends earlier today.
The Humane Society of Louisiana works hard to raise tens of thousands of dollars each year to cover the routine costs of veterinary medical care. Spay neuter surgeries, annual shots, health certificates and medical supplies are a major slice of our annual budget, even though many of
our veterinary services are donated.
Sometimes there are medical costs we just can't anticipate.
We now need to raise $2500 to cover the costs of some recent emergencies. Can you HELP?
Anyone with an animal companion knows that the costs of providing excellent
animal care can be staggering! Please, if you can help us with the costs of these
surgeries, we would greatly appreciate it. DONATE here!
Hester, Cassie and Merlin are also seeking loving homes. Please contact us if
you're interested in adopting one of these wonderful animals!! Call 888-6 HUMANE
or fill out an adoption form here.