About the Pet-in-Need Fund

Most of the pets that come to Helping Strays need very basic medical care. Spay or neuter, vaccines and parasite screening and prevention are generally all that is required. Sometimes, though, a pet arrives injured or ill. Many medical problems are treatable and the pet, once healed, can live a normal, full and happy life. Sometimes the injuries and medical conditions are extensive and very costly to treat. Orphaned puppies and kittens also need extra help,The Pet-In-Need Fund is used exclusively for expenses involved in treating the injured, ill, abused and orphaned animals who make their way to Helping Strays.The Pet-In-Need Fund allows us to take in these animals and provide the treatment they so desperately need.

 

Ranging from burns and broken bones, through heartworm treatment and eye surgery, Pet-In-Need gets cats and dogs with treatable problems on the road to health and a permanent, loving home. Often, several animals will be enrolled in PIN simultaneously.

 

 

Success Stories

Charlie's Christmas is a hard one-she is losing an eye. Read more...
Sometimes, peeing on the bed is about more than just a dirty litter box. Diablo needed emergency help. Read more...
Little man with a big heart and a shattered body, Huxley would endure a lot of pain before he could play with children again. Read more...
Major has a big heart and an active mind. Unfortunately, his body can't keep up. Shallow hip sockets meant a short, painful life for this boy, if Helping Strays couldn't help him. Read more...

Enrolled Pets

Brownie has a sweet and gentle soul even though he looks big and tough. He came from a kill shelter and will be starting heartworm treatment soon. Read more...
Charlie was hit by a car and suffered a spinal cord injury. As a result of the accident, he had an eye removed and has hind leg paralysis. Read more...
Riley came to Helping Strays with her daughter, Rory, but unfortunately, she has heartworms and undergoing a long, tough treatment. Read more...