The Big Give SA is coming on March 22nd, so mark your calendars! The Big Give is a 24 hour opportunity! And when the community comes together amazing things can happen.
Heres the link for the Big Give donation page come March 22nd: https://www.thebiggivesa.org/organizations/animal-welfare-society-of-kerr-county-tx-freeman-fritts-animal-shelter
All the funds go to The Elsa Fund!
This is a fund we’ve created to help us defer the costs for helping those in most need, just like our very own Olaf at Olaf’s World.
We’ve seen a huge increase in cases that require extensive medical care.
Elsa is just one of so so many. Her owners discovered Elsa very sick and didn’t know what was wrong. After a visit to the vet and several extensive and expensive tests later they saw that she had a gotten into string from something. Unfortunately causing obstruction. We had read Elsa’s owners plea on a Facebook page for help. They had used all their savings on tests that when it came down to surgery and had no money left. They lived hours away from us. Thankfully we had someone who could meet them to get the kitty so we could try and help. We got her into surgery but, unfortunately, Elsa just could not recover from so much of the damage of the obstruction. These are the cases we want to help. We are now her voice to help save more like Elsa!
From last year to now the increase for these animals in dire need has devastatingly increased and The Elsa Fund has depleted most of its funds.
Grayson, a handsome Russian Blue is one of our most recent cases. He was on family fit at animal control where his leg was shut in a drawer and leg was fractured. They returned him broken. His future was euthanasia had animal control not reached out to us and he was able to get the major surgery he needed. We also have, Joey, his front leg, back leg and pelvis broken and he was only a 6 week old kitten. His surgery alone was very costly. During the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey we received several animals in severe shape. A sweet Sheltie Mix now known as Stumpy, he had traumatic injuries that resulted in the amputation of both back legs. An emaciated boxer, Eden, who came to us with a broken leg, dislocated hip, heartworm positive, tick disease and very pregnant. Her treatment for all these problems is still in progress. So funds are still desperately needed for her. That’s just to name a few. All these require so much care and attention that we need your financial assistance so we can help more like this! Those listed above are just a handful of the special ones we try help!