How Are Donations Used?
Here’s How Your Donations Help
It means the world to us that you’ve decided to open your hearts to the animals. We are always striving to do more for the homeless dogs and cats in our community, and part of that effort is being very careful with donated funds. The least we can do in return for your generosity is to maximize the effect that donated resources can have on the lives and welfare of the animals we save.
Here are the effects that your gift can have on the animals:
$10 – Keep An Animal Comfy This gift will provide a comfortable bed and blanket to an animal at our shelter. They’ll sleep well knowing they’re safe and sound under our care, nice and cozy thanks to you.
$25 – Clean the Shelter A gift of $25 will buy enough cleaning supplies and sanitizer to clean the whole shelter. This helps to keep the animals healthy and prevents the spread of disease between animals housed in the close-quarters of a shelter environment.
$50 – Let Them Play Buys 100 assorted toys, to keep homeless dogs and cats happy and having fun during the times of day they’re in their kennels at the shelter.
$100 – Microchip 10 Animals A microchipped animal can be returned to its family if it is lost, even if it loses its collar. This gift will microchip ten dogs or cats, ensuring that our animals’ new homes are their forever homes.
$500 – Repair a Broken Leg Help a dog or cat with a broken bone get back to their good old selves. A fractured limb is many times grounds for euthanasia at other shelters because of the cost of a repair and foster care time needed. This gift will save a perfectly wonderful dog or cat from that fate.
$10,000 – Vaccinate 1,000 Puppies or Kittens Provide all the necessary vaccines to get a thousand kitties or puppies ready for their new homes. Your gift will provide protection from diseases like rabies, parvo, calicivirus, distemper, and more.
$50,000 – Spay and Neuter a Thousand Animals Every Wecare animal must be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. This gift will spay or neuter one thousand animals, which will have an amazing impact on prevention of pet-overpopulation for years to come.