Day of Giving benefiting Pets for Life today

If you care about animals and the people who love their pets dearly but can’t afford the necessary medical care or struggle mightily to buy the pet food, please click this link and this link and then maybe the links to some of their stories, like these:

 

Meet Max! He’s a typical curious kitten.
But one day Max escaped and got hit by a car.
Luckily Ruby knew about Pets for Life and was able to get him in to see a vet.


The news was bad: Max’s leg was shattered and had to be amputated.
Max is back in action on three legs!
See how he and Ruby are doing now.
From top, photos by Hayden Fowler/The HSUS and Alana Yanez/The HSUS
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Ready to change more lives?
March 31 is the day!
Photo by Nicole Marie Thomas/For The HSUS
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March 31 is the day!
Photos by Danny Burke/The HSUS
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When Treasure stopped eating, lost fur and developed sores across her body, the family feared they were losing her.
They didn’t have a car to take her across Atlanta to a vet, and a sick 50-pound dog on a city bus wasn’t an option either.
This is why Pets for Life exists.
The Pets for Life team connected with them and drove Treasure to the vet to get the urgent care she needed.

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