Petfinder Foundation News

More Grants for Ida Pets

We’ve approved three more grants to help shelters and rescue groups impacted by Hurricane Ida. Our grant to Trampled Rose Rescue & Rehab in New Orleans will help fund repairs to its facility in Ponchatoula, LA. Its perimeter fence and chicken coop, which housed more than 25 rescue chickens, were destroyed by fallen trees, and its outbuildings, which contained dog...
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How We’re Helping Ida Pets

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on Aug. 29, destroying homes and leaving more than a million people without power. Many animal shelters in the state were damaged or forced to evacuate. Those that were not scrambled to take in injured and abandoned animals. Because of donors like you, we’re able to send Disaster Grants to aid these lifesaving efforts....
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Success Story: The Kauai Humane Society

Elinor came to us filthy, underweight, and very shy. She wouldn’t let us come anywhere near her to try to brush her or even consider lifting her up to try bathing her. After a few days, she finally started to trust some of our staff members and they were able to brush out some of her fur, b...
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Success Story: Middleburg Humane Foundation

We rescued two bonded Beagles from euthanasia in another shelter. When they came to us, the sisters were unsure of their surroundings and always huddled together in the corner of their kennel. After staff gave them a Kuranda bed, Lita and Lola started to relax and come out of their shells. They a...
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Success Story: Wag On Inn Rescue

Woody is a young male pointer mix who has been in foster care for almost five months now. He still has a lot of puppy energy and barks and jumps on people, which has turned away many potential adopters. The Orvis Animal Care Grant has enabled us to purchase enrichment items to redirect his energ...
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