Our work heavily relies on the regular funds we get from our volunteers to provide for the food, shelter and medical attention needed for our animals.
We make sure every contribution made to us counts to keep up the work we have been doing for more than a decade now.
Help us, so we can help our animals
Donate by need
Sponsor food for a day at the shelter
Do you wish to help out at the shelter for a day?
A special opportunity to celebrate a birthday, commemorate a loved one, or simply spread some love and kindness to the animals in our shelter. As animal lovers ourselves, we understand the importance of providing proper nutrition and care for these precious animals. We believe that every animal deserves a warm meal and a full belly.
You can sign up to this by donating using the link and add in your information if you would like to visit us. You can bring along your friends and families and we can arrange a food distribution drive for you. Make your day memorable with all the extra cuteness of our furry tails. Be assured you will be overjoyed at the end of the day.
Spay & vaccinate a shelter dog
Would you like to sponsor an animal for treatment?
A “spay,” or ovariohysterectomy, is a veterinary surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. It involves removal of the female dog’s uterus and both ovaries through an incision made in the abdomen.After spay surgery, some dogs may have some post-surgery discomfort, and the veterinarian provides pain medication. She will need a protective collar to keep her from licking the incision. Her activity needs to be restricted for 7 to 10 days while she heals.
Neutering, or castration, is the surgical removal of a male dog’s testes. Also performed under general anesthesia, it is a simpler surgery than a spay. An incision is made near the front of the scrotum, then the testicles are removed through that incision. The aftercare includes pain medication his activity needs to be restricted for a few days while the incision heals. The dog will need a protective collar to help keep him from licking the incision. If there are no complications or other health issues, male dogs can usually be released in a week.
Become a monthly contributor
Would you like to regularly support our activities?
Becoming a monthly donor is a powerful way to make a lasting impact on the animal welfare causes we serve. By giving a regular donation, you provide us with the consistent support we need to fund critical programs and initiatives throughout the year. Your monthly contribution will help us sustain our efforts to create a better world for the animals.