For many animals, discomfort and weakness is a daily reality. Scout’s Animal Rehab Therapy Fund is busy fulfilling requests for rehab therapy so dogs and cats can live more comfortable and healthier lives. For these animals, Scout’s Fund is their only hope to returning to walking or stretching comfortably. We don’t want to turn away even one request.
For more information about the types of animals we help, click here.
In 2014, our goal is to raise at least $200,000 so we can respond to the growing number of requests. We hope you will give generously and help us make sure kittens like Stockton or puppies like Kona won’t have to experience more days, weeks or month of discomfort.
All donations make an immediate impact on our ability to help these animals. A $200 donation covers the cost of an initial evaluation — the first step to getting an animal walking or stretching without pain or discomfort.
On behalf of all the animals who greatly need your assistance, thank you for your donation!