- A cat who needed to have a leg amputated
- A dog with a mass on their neck that ruptured and required medication
- A dog the Foundation helped cross the Rainbow Bridge
- A dog who needed surgery to correct leg
- A guinea pig who needed fluids and antibiotics
- A dog who needed an eye removed
- A cat who needed an eye removed
- A cat who needed a tail amputation
- A dog who had an abscess and needed medication
- A cat with an upper respiratory infection
- A dog who needed a mass removed from his shoulder
- A dog who has a torn ACL and is on crate rest
This month shows that we are not always able to provide assistance to every family who requests help. This happens for many reasons. Sometimes the vet bill doesn’t end up being as costly as expected so the family tells us that they can pay the bill, sometimes the applicant doesn’t complete the entire application process, or sometimes the applicant exceeds our income guidelines. To learn more about our application process, please check out our Application for Assistance, and be sure to check out our Terms of Assistance near the bottom of the application. You may also call and speak with any of our Case Managers about the process at 307.363.1131 or email email@example.com.
We are grateful for the dedication of Fur Kids Foundation volunteers and supporters who have helped these families stay happy and healthy, and together! When you volunteer, attend an event, or help us raise money by supporting the businesses who support us with promotions, these families are who you are helping. Thank you again for all that you do for the Foundation, and for families with pets in Campbell County, Wyoming.
Please take a minute to check out our Success Stories and read more about the families with pets that we help. The Fur Kids Foundation board of directors works very hard to make sure that the majority of the money we raise helps local families; in 2016, nearly 75% of the money we have raised was spent on emergency veterinary care. Please consider a donation to help Fur Kids Foundation continue to help families stay healthy and happy in Campbell County, Wyoming.