Tuesday, December 1st 2020
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This year has been challenging for everyone. With social distancing we are unable to host large in-person events to raise much needed funds. This year's Giving Tuesday is so important because we have had a very busy summer and fall. A lot of animals have been surrendered because their owners have lost their job and/or housing. Many of these pets need medical care before being available for adoption.
Your donations help pets like these
Gunner (aka Lobo) is a stunning 1 year boy who was born with a condition where his back knees dislocate. Surgery is essential to correct this issue. We have had to wait until he was done growing to schedule the procedure. December 10th will be his first surgery. Each knee costs $1700.
Gunner was surrendered to EARS when he was 7months old. His fosters quickly learned there was an issue with his back legs and EARS was able to find a canine orthopedic surgeon.
In meantime his fosters took him to a local dog park to socialize and he met his BFF Nog. Nog's parents knew they had to adopt Lobo (now Gunner). They were willing to help this beautiful boy live his best life before and after surgery and the physical therapy it would take.
The bond between Gunner and Nog is so heartwarming, they truly love each other. Brothers and BFFs.
Recently it became much harder for Gunner to walk for long periods of time. A beautiful couple donated a dog wheelchair and Gunner has adapted to it quickly. We will keep you updated on his surgery.
We have had a very busy fall with kitten season. We are blessed to have great fosters who care for the kittens until they are old enough to be spayed and neutered. All our kittens are up-to-date on all vaccines and micro-chipped.
The cost to get all these kittens ready for their Forever Homes is very high.
Numerous cats of all ages are surrendered to EARS. We do all we can to make sure they are healthy before being adopted.
Your donations make it possible to medically care for our pets.