TAILS OF HOPE

SERVING LAWRENCE COUNTY, THE SHENANGO VALLEY, GREENVILLE / NORTHERN MERCER COUNTY, GROVE CITY, WARREN (OH) / SOUTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTY, AND NORTHERN TRUMBULL COUNTY

AMOUNT DONATED: $13,487.12

Tails of Hope (TOH) exists to address the Root Cause of pet overpopulation and the reason many animals are homeless or enter shelters in the first place. MISSION: Tails of Hope (TOH) serves as an active member of a lifesaving community by addressing the Root Cause of pet over-population through low-to no-cost spay/neuter programs, TNR programs, and supporting other animal welfare organizations while bringing awareness to animals in need.

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Giving Week Progress:

FUNDRAISING GOAL: $10,000

  Programs Supported by Your Donations  

- TOH’s Spay & Neuter Angel Program (SNAP) ensures that essential veterinary care services of spay/neuter and rabies vaccination are made reasonably available to household pets in our area. A sliding scale fee based on household and income is offered to qualified participants. A Military discount is also available.

- TOH’s Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Program provides a critical veterinary package to community (homeless) feral cats who have no home and no potential for a home. TNR is the most humane and effective approach to improve the lives of feral cats, improve their relationships with the people who live near them, decrease the size of colonies over time, and prevent cats from entering shelters in the first place. Services are provided to colony caretakers/trappers at no charge.

- TOH's Community Outreach & Education Programs allow TOH to create opportunities for members of our community to be better pet guardians, to give back to their community, and to build a pathway into high-demand local careers that helps both animals and people in our area.

- General donations are required to keep our doors open, purchase medical equipment/supplies, continue & grow Tails of Hope operations, acquire and retain high-quality staff, and continue vital services for our city shelters, local rescue groups, and individuals in our community who depend on our low-cost or no-cost programs.

  Needs that Cannot beMet without Your Help  

Tails of Hope's challenges are not unique for a non-profit spay/neuter clinic which receives no federal, state, or local funding. There is a nationwide veterinarian (DVM) and Certified Vet Tech (CVT) shortage which makes a dramatic increase in funding vital to compete with for-profit, full-service veterinary clinics for acquiring additional veterinarian/s and certified clinic staff to increase our days of services and programs. Lack of spay/neuter is the root cause for pet overpopulation and animal entry or re-entry into shelters.

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