To Our Supporters,
This year has been an extremely difficult year for HEARTT. Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to several of our older cats as they crossed the Rainbow Bridge. We also welcomed a record number of new cats, kittens, and dogs. Unfortunately, the health of several of our new arrivals was poor.
The shelter’s average monthly medical expenses in 2023 were almost $14 thousand per month. Starting now, through the end of this year, we will be having a medical expense fund drive. Our ability to raise funds between now and the end of this year will determine the shelter’s ability to help animals in 2024.
Your contributions are what have allowed us to help animals like Nikki, who was found hit by a car and had a broken pelvis in addition to losing her baby kittens. We were also able to help kittens Reba and Reuben, who were found in a dumpster in a box on a 90-degree summer day, prompting our foster family to immediately take them in.
We can’t forget dogs like Billy, a special needs dog who found his forever home after being at the shelter for over a year, and Marko, a severely neglected dog we rehabilitated and directly placed into a caring home from our foster family.
These are just some of the animals we are able to help, with your help.
Please, no donation is too small, help us.
If we do not have the funds we cannot help the many animals in need. There are many ways you can help:
Now is a critical time for shelters and support is needed if they are going to stay open. Thank you.
– The Heartt Family