Humane Society of Elkhart County: A Shot at Life Vaccination Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
HSEC used the product to vaccinate cats that came into the shelter as strays. We also used the product to vaccinate cats that were going up for adoption or being sent to a rescue partner.
This grant allowed our organization to save more lives! We were able to vaccinate cats and keep them healthy while in our care. This grant also helped us stretch our vaccination budget. Which in turn means we are able to vaccinate more cats and or kittens and make sure they stay healthy!
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
Bam-Bam came to the shelter after his owner couldn’t afford him. He is a DSH black and white cat. Bam-Bam had the perfect personality and couldn’t wait to find a forever home. HSEC prepared him for adoption and his found his furever home! Bam-Bam is completely healthy lounging around in his new home today! Stefan came into the shelter with no mommy at a very young age. With a little TLC, vaccinations, and time Stefan was available for adoption! It seems like as soon as Stefan hit the adoption floor he found a forever home. Stefan is a playful boy who received a shot at life and couldn’t be happier!