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From our hearts to yours... THANK YOU!!
In March 2008, Ronald was rushed to our shelter after surviving being brutally hit in the head with a hammer by his owner.
Ronald was a fighter and he refused to give up. He couldn’t stand on his own and he had a serious skull fracture that needed to heal. Ronald spent several months in foster care recuperating and receiving medical treatment.
Ronald was eventually well enough to be adopted and he found an amazing home. He passed away before a year was up but his last days were spent in unconditional love. This fund is dedicated to his memory and to all the orphan animals who will need extra medical care so that they can have a second chance.
Amputation, embedded collars, tumour removals, a torn ACL, eye surgery, infected wounds… these are only a few of the painful experiences that animals must endure. Although the shelter is given significant discounts from local veterinarians, the cost of these surgeries can often be thousands of dollars.
All donations made to the Yelp for Help program directly fund the crucial surgeries that shelter animals need.
To make a donation, drop by the shelter, give us a call or visit us at www.CanadaHelps.org
Donations can be made via Cash, Cheque and Debit. Oromocto SPCA Charitable Tax# BN: 119070282RP001
This is Gunner. He was only a couple of years old when he came to us through the NBSPCA animal control. He's a very sweet boy who needed some help. Sadly, Gunner suffered from horribly infected and painful ears. After doing a culture, it was found that he had 4 different types of infections along with polyps. This was not something that was going to clear up on its own and the only solution to helping Gunner was surgery on his ears to remove all of the infected tissue. Thanks to your donations, Gunner made a full recovery after his extensive surgery and was adopted.
This is Cammie. She was a 7 week old female torti kitten. Cammie was found by a young woman who was out for a walk. As she passed some woods, Cammie came running out to greet her, meowing and looking for help. It was quickly discovered that her tail had been partially de-gloved and that because it was an older injury, had maggots in it. Cammie was seen by our veterinarian, given medication, and immediately booked for life saving surgery to amputate her tail. YOUR donations made Cammie's story a happy one and she recovered beautifully and found a wonderful family to love.
This is little Tiga (which is Indonesian for "three"). She came to us with a severe compound fracture of her left back leg. Because the injury was so severe, she needed to have the limb removed right away. This is Tiga after her surgery and getting ready to go home with her wonderful foster family. This beautiful baby was given the gift of life saving surgery because of the generosity of our Yelp for Help donors...like YOU.