Saturday November 17, 2018

Give Ontario’s most neglected and abused animals a second chance!


Emergency Care Fund Goal $3,500.00

Total Number of Gifts: 30
Total Value of Gifts: $1,870.00

Recent Donors

Mrs. Rita Kozina

Ms. Maria Rodrigues

Mrs. Patricia D. Dyche

Ms. Peggy Lobb-Armstrong

Mrs. Margaret Cunning

Ms. Kellie Bilinskis'

Mr. Peter Scrimshire

Mr. James Ka Lai Ng

Ms. Trecia Emmerson

Ms. Jeanine Holland

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Can you help Charlie?

Charlie couldn’t walk; he hopped, holding his hind leg up to protect it with every step. Getting around was a painful process for the two-year-old Husky-mix, who was unable to put any weight on his leg.

Charlie came into our care from a remote Northern community through the Ontario SPCA’s Year of the Northern Dog transfer program to receive treatment for his injury. When we saw Charlie hobbling around, we knew this gentle soul was in need of immediate veterinary attention. In remote Northern communities, resources and access to animal wellness services, such as veterinarians and spay/neuter services, are often limited.

A veterinary examination and X-ray revealed that Charlie had a dislocated hip. To give him the best possible chance at a pain-free life, the veterinarian treating Charlie recommended surgery.

We are happy to let you know that Charlie’s surgery was a success! Charlie will spend some time with us recovering and getting some much-needed love and care before he becomes available to find a new home.

With the cost of his surgery, medication and post-operative therapy, Charlie’s cost of care is expected to exceed $3,500.

Will you donate today to support Charlie, and other animals like him in need of life-saving care?

Recoveries like this would not be possible without the caring support from community members like you. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of animals in need!


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