The money was used for food and medical supplies.
It paid for a month’s worth of food and specifically supplied medicine for two puppies who had mange.
It helped feed approximately 60 animals.
Of the 60 animals it helped, there were two who needed special care because they had mange. One was an owner release, the other was dumped at the shelter on a day the shelter was closed. She was left with no food or water and fortunately a passerby noticed this poor puppy on our front porch. We named her Olivia and her skin condition was so bad she barely had any hair. The other dog that had mange was named Mary and it turned out they were siblings. Mary has since been adopted and Olivia is still waiting for her forever home. (Top two photos: Olivia; bottom two photos: Mary)