Planned PEThood Blog

Meet Clover, A VERY Lucky Kitten

We have an amazing rescue journey to share with you, come take the heart-warming ride with us. Make sure to watch the video below to see the full story in action.

Clover’s story began in a small rural shelter, where he was taken after suffering a horrific injury. Something or someone had sliced or burned the skin from his back, literally head to tail. This shelter, with no veterinary resources — without even A/C for the hot southern summer — was unable to help him. Can you imagine what would have happened to Clover without your help?

Thankfully, he had friends like you to rely on and provide him the help he so desperately needed. Today, he is safe, his wounds treated and his heart filled with love. Clover’s story has a happy ending, because he had friends like you to count on during the most difficult part of his young life. 

Every day, your support makes stories like Clover’s possible. That is why we need your help now more than ever. Your gift today can save a pet from a life of pain – and open a world of experiences and love. By contributing just $25, we’ll be able to provide antibiotics to a dog or cat for a week, and with an additional $25 gift we can make sure that same animal receives the proper vaccinations, too. 

Would you be willing to make a special year-end donation of $25, 
$50, or whatever you can afford to help save animals like Clover?

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Jameson has ALOT to Say

Everyone, meet Jameson! This little boy was crying in a storm drain for the last five days. People in the neighborhood started giving him food. They could hear his crying, but could not manage to get him out of the drain. Luckily, their need for help made it to Jeani’s desk. Our TNR Coordinator, Jeani, goes above and beyond for the community and its animals.

He was terrified, but now he is safe. You can see him purring and eating a big bowl of food in the video while he talks to Jeani about the last few crazy days! After his ordeal, Jameson had a wound on his back leg and tail. Yesterday his injuries were addressed with our veterinary team, and in a few short weeks he should be back to 100 percent. He even has an adoptive home waiting for him!  

Thankfully, Jeani was able to catch him and get him to safety!

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