South Utah Valley Animal Shelter: A Shot at Life Vaccination Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
A Shot At Life vaccination program helped us to vaccinate 150 cats.
We were able to vaccinated 150 cats and kittens to help to keep them healthy until adoption or rescue.
How many pets did this grant help?
This helped us to vaccinate 150 animals. All of the vaccines have been used and we have placed 70 of those animals to Rescues. We have also placed 30 through adoption. The remainder are still awaiting an outcome.
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
Tootsie came to our shelter as a stray. She was vaccinated and held in an isolation room until she was big and healthy enough to be placed up for adoption. This domestic longhair chocolate point was rescued by one the many wonderful organizations we work with and placed into her forever home. Sully also came to our shelter as a stray. He is a beautiful flame-point domestic longhair. He was underweight and cold when he got here. We vaccinated him and housed him in our isolation room until he was big enough to be adopted. He is now in his forever home. Safari came to us as a stray. He was full of curiosity and a big personality. We vaccinated him and kept in our isolation room until a rescue group came to take him to his forever home. Mocha also came to us as a stray. He is a big beautiful 7-month-old taupe and white seal-point kitty. He was vaccinated with the help of the Shot At Life vaccination program. He was kept in our isolation room until he was healthy enough to put up for adoption. He was adopted into his forever home by a wonderful family.