Veterinary treatment

Veterinary Treatment

Every rescued animal needs veterinary help of some kind after they have been rescued. Sometimes its just a check up, de-worming, flea treatment and vaccinations. Sometimes it is more serious. Living in the streets is tough – there are many infections, injuries and cancers which mostly arise from the lack of neutering.

Every rescued animal needs veterinary help of some kind after they have been rescued. Sometimes its just a check up, de-worming, flea treatment and vaccinations. Sometimes it is more serious. Living in the streets is tough – there are many infections, injuries and cancers which mostly arise from the lack of neutering.

We pay for the treatment of rescued animals who are looked after by the shelters we support.

Every cat and dog deserves good veterinary care and should be spared from suffering.

We only work with tested and experienced vets and clinics, on a discounted basis.

Every rescued animal needs veterinary help of some kind after they have been rescued. Sometimes its just a check up, de-worming, flea treatment and vaccinations. Sometimes it is more serious. Living in the streets is tough – there are many infections, injuries and cancers which mostly arise from the lack of neutering.

We pay for the treatment of rescued animals who are looked after by the shelters we support.

Every cat and dog deserves good veterinary care and should be spared from suffering.

We only work with tested and experienced vets and clinics, on a discounted basis.

Why we need money

It costs £25 to provide 1 anti-parasite treatment for 1 cat or 1 dog

It costs £100 to carry out standard vet checks and tests on 1 rescued cat or dog

to treat 1 rescued cat or dog from a non-serious illness