Friends For Life: Disaster Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
This grant provided transport, deworming, vaccinations and medical supplies to 20 cats and kittens rescued from Vidor, Texas, following Hurricane Imelda.
It allowed us to intake 20 cats beyond our capacity at the time, thus saving more lives.
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
When the Vidor Animal Shelter was flooded during Hurrican Imelda earlier this year, Friends For Life took in 20 sick cats and kittens from the shelter. Eight of them are still waiting for their forever homes: Chadd (first photo), Bradd (second photo), Betty, Angelo, Phoebe, Delilah, Jet, and Meow Ming. Eleven of them have been adopted: Burt (third photo), Agnes (fourth photo), Jake (fifth photo), Belinda, Begonia, Angelica, Jordie, Claire, Miranda, Jewel, and Jermaine. One, Gerard, a 4-day old kitten, ultimately passed away.
These cats all received immediate medical care, vaccinations, and antibiotics.