TWO PRECIOUS GIRLS NEED EXTENSIVE MEDICAL HELP AND PRAYERS.
CHAIN OF HOPE NEEDS DONATIONS FOR THEIR MEDICAL CARE THAT THEY ARE BOTH CURRENTLY RECEIVING!
Meet Gabby! She was recently signed over to Chain of Hope because she was very ill and the owners couldn’t take care of her. She ended up having a corncob stuck in her small intestines. She was septic and very close to death. She has had emergency surgery at the Animal Emergency Clinic and is still trying to recover and heal. She also has heart worms, which she will need treated for in the future. Many prayers for Gabby please!
This beautiful girl was purposely hit with M-80s on July 3rd. It destroyed one eye, she has limited vision in the other and it damaged her hearing. It also blew off the bottom of one of her feet. This act of torture is reprehensible. We thank God that we were able to save her.
We named her Helen. We can’t even imagine how she stayed out there like this for 10 days and survived Helen’s a tough cookie and we love her!
We are taking great care of Helen and she is receiving a lot of love and medical help. We are seeking financial help for the care that Helen will require. She will see an eye specialist next week. She has also tested positive for heart worms, so we will be facing that expense too. We are hoping that her foot continues healing and that she will not need an amputation, but that is a possibility as well. She eventually will be spayed. Everything will be costly, but we are determined to get this little girl well!
We are also seeking a wonderful foster home for Helen as she recovers. She has months of medical things to go through. She is a special needs dog because she is blind and deaf, so it’s a big decision. Having another dog in the home would probably help guide her a lot. Click on our adoptable pets tab to find the foster application. Click on the Donate button on this page to offer financial support for Helen. We thank you.
Chain of Hopes primary goal is to alleviate the suffering of abused and neglected animals within the urban core of Kansas City. We rescue, rehabilitate, re-home or transfer homeless or unwanted pets. We provide public education on the proper care and treatment of animals and give shelter animals much needed love and attention. Chain of Hope’s mission is to reduce pet overpopulation by spaying and neutering all pets and encouraging others to do the same. Our ultimate goal is to break the chain of ignorance, break the chain of suffering, and break the chain of unwanted litters.
Chain of Hope assists lower income pet owners with vet care and vet expenses. We’ve had everything from amputated legs and parvo to eyeballs hanging out. There are traumatic injuries and terrible illnesses out there and people with no or very little money. Sometimes, we pay for the medical treatment and return the animal to the home. Sometimes, we will only provide care for the animal if the owner signs it over to Chain of Hope so that we can help it medically and then find it a more responsible home, if needed. We spent over $40,000 on medical in 2014. This is only possible because of our wonderful supporters. We treated a lot of animals, spayed and neutered hundreds and provided humane euthanasia for many.