Sponsor A Rescued Pet

 

Part of our rescue's beliefs and policy is that we will keep any pet that comes to us until they find their forever home. None of our rescued pets have a countdown timer. We do not only rescue the most healthy, young, desirable pets. We have many pets in our rescue that have special needs or are up in the senior years. Unfortunately, these pets tend to be less desirable to adopters. This is absolutely not criteria for euthansia to us. All pets out there are unique and have unique needs. We support our more unique pets, and they live a happy life in their foster home. However, these pets can put a financial strain on our rescue. That's where you come in. Become a Sponsor for one (or more!) of our rescued pets. You will be helping them and us pay for the things they need. These things could be medications, veterinary visits, grooming, food, or even just some toys to make them happy. 

 

Listed below are the pets in our rescue needing Sponsorship. Many of these pets are available for adoption, but there are a few that we have permanently adopted into our rescue due to their condition. Check out their pictures and read their stories; there may just be one that warms your heart. Consider supporting their care through a monthly donation. One-time donations are also accepted and much appreciated! Thank you for your support to our rescue and our dogs and cats!

Chewey
Chewey
Chewey
Chewey
Chewey
Chewey
Kenzie
Kenzie
Kenzie
Kenzie
CHEWEY

Miniature Pinscher

Available for Adoption: No -- In Need of a Foster Home: No

 

Chewey came to us after her owner passed away. She was extremely skinny when we got her. She was nothing but skin and bones. After immediately having her seen by our veterinarian, it was discovered that she has diabetes. It was a long road to get her on track, but she is now doing very well. She is on a special diabetic food. She also gets insulin injections twice a day. Chewey developed cataracts due to her diabetes. She doesn't see very well anymore, but she still gets around just fine. She relies on her other senses and always finds your lap just fine.

 

Chewey does great with other dogs, but she does think it's lots of fun to harass the cats. She absolutely loves being held; your lap is where she'll want to be all the time! 

 

KENZIE

Pit Bull Terrier Mix 

Available for Adoption: No -- In Need of a Foster Home: No

 

Kenzie first came to our rescue when she was just a pup. She had a fractured humerus and her owners were unable to pay for her veterinary care. Her humerus fracture healed, but later she fractured her tibia with no known cause. She also had to have surgery on her ulna because her right and left ulna's were growing at different speeds resulting in one being longer than the other. It is believed by our veterinarians that she has brittle bone disease. She gets a cod liver oil supplement to help with bone density, as well as a glucosamine supplement. Her surgeries and care up to this point have cost our rescue more than $2000.

 

Kenzie definitely doesn’t act like a dog with fragile bones. She’s determined to live life like any other dog! She is super friendly, playful and gets along great with kids, cats and other dogs. She has great house manners and loves to go for car rides; she gets upset if you don’t take her along for the ride!

 

Kenzie is a permanent resident of HCPAP. We adopted her into our rescue to ensure she receives the veterinary care she needs for the rest of her life. She currently has a permanent foster family, but she'll always be a member of our rescue.