SPCA of Texas: Sponsor a Pet Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
The SPCA of Texas utilized the donation for the care of Kaiser. During his stay at the SPCA of Texas, he was neutered, microchipped, received regular wellness checks, vaccinations, and flea/tick preventative care. Upon initial arrival, Kaiser was anxious and showed signs of hair loss on his feet. Through behavior modification and treatment, Kaiser was fully rehabilitated before leaving the SPCA of Texas.
This grant helped the SPCA through providing for the daily needs and care of Kaiser, an alumnus who has recently been adopted. Every animal in the care of the SPCA of Texas receives regular wellness checks, vaccinations, flea/tick preventative care, a microchip and spay/neuter if necessary. Any additional medication and treatment will be provided at the discretion of the clinic and behavior staff.
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
Kaiser first came to the SPCA of Texas in 2011 after his family decided that the cost of caring for him was causing a strain on their finances. Kaiser was full of energy and loved to be the alpha male. His smile and outgoing personality warmed the hearts of our volunteers and staff. He was adopted after a one-month stay with the SPCA. Unfortunately, after almost six years in his new home, Kaiser was brought back to the SPCA of Texas. Our animal behaviorists and animal-care staff worked diligently to train Kaiser and ensure the next home he was placed in would be his forever home. He loved to be the center of attention, and even posed for a holiday photo! Luckily, after two short months, Kaiser has been placed with a new loving home.