15 Dec Your Donation is Saving Precious Furry Lives!
Hanka is a cat that was dumped by her owner at two months old and left to fend for herself. She was rescued when she was about two years old. Before that, she was fed by the owner of Rock Creek Herbs and Vitamin Store in Sapulpa.
She was so scared that it took her a period of a year to earn the rescuer trust. She is slowly learning to socialize with humans and become litter trained.
The Work We Put In.
Hanka was wild and seemed untamable. We were clawed by her numerous times. We found out that she was poisoned by antifreeze, which caused her to hiss all the time. She was weak, lethargic, and urinating blood.
We couldn’t take her to the vet because of her aggressive behavior. We asked iridologist Phyllis VanDeusen to come have a look at her. She was diagnosed with a kidney problem, so we gave her homeopathic medicine prescribed by the iridologist.
It took a period of a few months for her to get better. Now she is thriving in both her health and social skills. She turned out to be a lap cat, and craves human affection!
Because of you, Hanka is spared from starvation and dying from injury or disease without knowing love.
Did you know that ten million feral cats face starvation, eradication by humans with antifreeze and poisonous gas at municipal shelters, and death at early age from disease, injury or inclement weather?
How You Can Help!
You can create a Facebook fundraiser for the Grace Animal Rehab Center in Sapulpa and share it with your friends and family on #GivingTuesday (November 27, 2018).. Creating a fundraiser is easy, and we welcome fundraisers with any goal amount. If you are not a Facebook user, please consider making a donation on the on the donation button below. Please help get the word out to your friends and family, whether they are Facebook users or not!
On #GivingTuesday, Facebook is partnering with PayPal to match donations totaling up to $7 million to U.S. nonprofits donating through Facebook.
Where Will the Money Go?
The money raised will go to the feeding, sheltering and medical care of homeless pets, finding them adoptive homes, and advocating for their rights. Every dollar raised saves precious lives from becoming a statistic.
We are hoping to raise enough money to purchase a building in which to continue our mission. Our goal is also to recruit an investigative team to work with the municipal shelter in order to target free cats and dogs given away to unvetted individuals and uncertified breeders who just want to make money. We would also like to start educating the public on how to be responsible pet owners. When we target the root of the problem, we reduce the death toll of homeless pets.
The average purchasing price for a building is $50,000 to $100,000. You can partner with us in order to accomplish our goal by making a donation, creating a fundraiser, or sharing this initiative with your friends and family. The power of word of mouth is exponential.
Don’t forget the unconditional love that you receive from your pet. Consider taking this small step to help our efforts toward providing for it struggling family.