Animal Rescue Force: Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
The grant was used for reduced fees on adoptions at $50 per animal. A total of 40 dogs and cats benefited from this grant.
It allowed more animals to get adopted at a faster pace, as people were able to save money and concentrate on the bills for any vet care needed in the future.
How many pets did this grant help?
40 dogs and cats
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
Some of the pets adopted through this promotion include: Bentley, a 3-year-old Chihuahua-Cavalier King Charles spaniel mix (first photo). His adopter sent us this update: “Bentley is doing really well. We took him to the vet yesterday and he’s got a clean bill of health. The incision healed up nicely. He’s definitely not a terror by any means; he will run around when he first gets out of the crate, but settles down in a few minutes. He’s getting along with Snoopy, so all is well.”
Also adopted was Kobe, a Cairn terrier (second photo), whose adopter writes: “Kobe is doing excellent. He made such a smooth transition and has never had any accidents in our home. He now sleeps in the bed with us and is such a sweet, loving and happy dog. He loves playing with my grandchildren and his daily trips to the dog park. We love him so much and could not imagine life without him. We had waited so long for a dog exactly like him!”
Finally, 8-year-old Inky (third photo) also found a forever home. His adopter says, “Hi, I adopted Inky last week and wanted to share a picture of us! He is great.”