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Bottle Babies Rescue: Emergency Medical Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

This emergency medical grant was used for one of our poor foster pups, Lola, who got too playful in the yard playing with her older brother and ended up with a fractured leg, needing surgery and casting to heal.

Since we are a nonprofit, medical bills are one of our biggest challenges. We do not avoid any costs when it comes to keeping our foster animals healthy and on track. With that being said, there are a lot of times we go without other needed items so that we can cover the medical bills. This grant allowed us to not only provide the total medical care that Lola needed, but to continue to provide the other stimulating and enriching items needed by our other foster pups.

How many pets did this grant help?


Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Lola is a 5-month-old American bulldog/Labrador retriever mix. She has been in her foster home for a few weeks now, awaiting her forever home. Unfortunately, poor precious Lola was outdoors playing with her foster brother, who is a large-breed dog, supervised by her foster mom, and she got somewhat carried away, running herself into a tree. She was taken to the vet, and diagnostics showed she had a fractured leg, requiring surgery. With this grant, Lola was able to receive TOTAL CARE for her leg fracture, and is living with the best quality of life now! Lola has been adopted.

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