Kopy Kat Sanctuary: A Shot at Life Vaccination Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
We received free vaccines via the "Shot At Life" Grant. Vaccines were used to vaccinate cats that are residents at the sanctuary, as well as, new rescues that are placed in foster care until they are adopted.
We saved alot of money by using these vaccines and not having to pay our veterinarian for them.
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
One of our volunteers found a litter of five kittens abandoned by a local restaurant dumpster. ittens are very expensive since they need their initial core FVRCP vaccine and then a booster vaccine. By receiving the “Shot At Life” Grant of free vaccines, we were able to vaccinate this litter and provide the booster vaccine without the added expense. The money that we had allocated for the vaccines was able to be spent on a cat that need surgery to remove an eye. It was ulcerated and very painful. We were able to pay for that needed surgery since we received assistance with our vaccines via the “Shot At Life” Grant. Thank You.