Stories like these greatly upset Fur Kids Foundation, as we never really understand why people are cruel to animals. This is Henley, a very young kitten who was found with an injured leg, and it was later discovered that he had been shot.
Cats are masters at hiding their pain, but if your cat shows some of the symptoms below, they may have a broken bone:
The vet told Henley’s family the best option for him would be an amputation.
Henley’s dad had recently been laid off from work and has been away from his family looking for work in another state; his mom is unable to work. Henley’s family was barely scraping by, so they knew the only way they would be able to help their beloved pet was to reach out to Fur Kids Foundation. We were able to help out with Henley's amputation and his mom has let us know that it was so successful that Henley never knew that he once had four legs!
Fur Kids Foundation is grateful for the dedication of our volunteers and supporters who have helped local families stay happy and healthy, and together! If you would like to help Fur Kids Foundation continue to help families in Campbell County, Wyoming with animals, please consider making a tax-deductible donation. The money helps families during a time when they may not be able to afford adequate veterinary care. Check out more Success Stories.
If your pet is ever a victim of animal cruelty, or if you ever witness an act of cruelty, please call Animal Control at 307.686.5249. Cruelty has no place in our community. No place.
Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
Your donation saves lives. It goes to work helping animals in Campbell County receive adequate veterinary care during a time when their family may not be able to afford it. Please contact the Foundation to learn more or donate now using PayPal.