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$1485 Raised
$1933

Fundraiser Donors

  1. Carly Hammond
    $200
  2. Anonymous
    $120
  3. Bardia Tanavoli
    $120
  4. Vicki L Blogg
    $120
  5. Dot de Jager
    $120
  6. Kellie and Axel Gillette
    $120
  7. Ms. Karen A. Fagan
    $100
  8. Emma, Melissa, Elysia Allen
    $100
  9. Patricia Maher
    $60
  10. Anita Penner
    $60
  11. E Tait
    $60
  12. Anonymous
    $50
  13. Anonymous
    $50
  14. Marie Elmore
    $35
  15. Joey
    $35
  16. yuqi chen
    $30
  17. Mr. George Dragos
    $25
  18. Pawel Zywicki
    $20
  19. Keturah Daniel
    $20
  20. Anonymous
    $15
  21. Nicholas Freeman
    $15
  22. Alyssa
    $10

Medical Emergency Fund Page for Grover

Poor Grover came to us as a stray with a mysterious old injury. He was limping - part of the bone in one of his toes was exposed, which must have been extremely painful. When a good Samaritan found him, Grover wouldn't leave his side. This sweet boy had clearly been on his own for some time and knew that he needed help!

After an examination and several x-rays by the vet team, they recommended surgery to amputate Grover's injured toe and give him a better quality of life. He's been on a long journey to recovery, with a specialized pain management plan and antibiotics before and after surgery. With the help of his foster family keeping a close eye on him, he seems to be doing well and is slowly coming out of his shell.

Grover is such a sweet and loving guy. Despite the pain that he has been experiencing, he still manages to greet every person that comes to visit him. He loves a good cuddle and lots of pets!

Will you help Grover to start a new chapter of his life by donating towards his surgery and treatments?

Costs will include toe surgery, antibiotics, progress x-rays, continued medical supervision, pain management medication and vaccines.

Personal updates for Grover will be provided to anyone who donates to his campaign.

*Goal includes: surgery, medication, treatment, regular health check, and daily care for Grover until he's ready for adoption. If his medical costs and cost of care is less than is raised in his name, any additional funds will provide care for other animals.