We are currently in the process of setting up an account at the Eastside Animal Hospital (5900 E. Massachusetts) near Arlington St. and 34th St on the northeast side of Indianapolis that enables you to directly help with the cost of vet care. You can call them at (317) 444-1111 and request to donate money using your debit or credit card towards the veterinary care of any of the following dogs:Thank you!
Mojo's family moved out of town and we are therefore unable to continue helping him. We hope they can find help where eever they go. we are now trying to see to it that a dog named Benji gets treatment for a hip/back ailment.
We couldn't raise enough in time to get the medical treatment Squiggy needed. The tumor on his leg was cancerous and ithad spread to his bowel. He died from several causes including infection and internal bleeding. He was taken to a vet for euthanasia several days ago. The cost to put Squiggy down was $180. The charge was for euthanasia and cremation. The owner wanted but could not afford to keep Squiggy's ashes as the expense would've been around 300 additional dollars. We are happy that Squiggy died surrounded by the people that loved him and cared for him and we will be forever grateful to the kind folks that pulled money out of their pockets to help a dog that they did not know. the Battered Animals Agency is now concentrating on a fund raiser for another dog that is in danger of being put on the wayside in a time of need. His name is Mojo and he could use some help. We do not want any more pets to die if there is a chance to save them. Thank you very much for your generosity.
Thank you very much Irvingtoners. The surgery fee is almost raised thanks to you kind folks. Especially the generous couple with the baby Pythons on University Avenue. You guys rock! (Watch the snake teeth).