Spring Appeal

Humane Society of Lebanon County
20I7 SPRING APPEAL

Dear Friends:

Happy Spring to all! This year’s Spring Appeal focuses on our clinic and needed medical supplies and equipment. Though we will still have litters of kittens arriving daily and additional needs, we feel that it is important to highlight our medical needs.

Throughout the year numerous animals arrive in need of medical treatment. Some require emergency treatments such as amputations, tumor removals and other lifesaving surgeries. Some instances require that we contact a local veterinary hospital to provide such treatment and/or surgery.

You may recall the story of Kiylayle, the dog who arrived with numerous wounds and was also malnourished. There was also Bingo who was unable to hear as a result of ear infections. At the moment we have Peachie Mama whose ears were poorly cropped and severely infected. Peachie Mama had ear canal surgery on April 12, 2017. We could go on and on with similar stories.

In addition, all the animals that are brought to the shelter are first examined, administered their first set of shots and microchipped before they go to their forever home.

A female cat could potentially reproduce approximately 100 kittens in her lifetime. In the first 3 months of 2017 the Humane Society of Lebanon County has spayed and neutered 91 stray or feral cats from Lebanon County; therefore, preventing literally thousands of unwanted births.

Our clinic has a wish list of items that are needed to better provide services to the animals in our care. Some of the items we need to purchase are:

Large Digital Scale for Larger Animals, Induction Chamber, Suction Unit, Cauterization Unit

In addition it is vital that we have an ample supply of disposable surgical items.

With your generous donation all funds raised through our Spring Appeal will go towards treating animals at our shelter as well as purchasing much needed veterinary equipment and medical supplies. We hope you find it in your heart to support our efforts to treat the injured and neglected animals that arrive at the Humane Society of Lebanon County.

Sincerely,
Maria E. Bojarcheck
President, Board of Directors
Humane Society of Lebanon County

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