Snow needs your help! She has 7 beautiful puppies about 2-3 weeks old. Homeward Bound WV took them from a high kill shelter to give them a chance at life. However, Snow is suffering from a bladder stone that has grown to the point that she no longer has control of her bladder and is constantly bleeding. Even in her pain she is still caring for her pups.
We are reaching out to you for help because Snow is in need of surgery. Please visit the link below to read more about Snow’s condition, donate to help with her surgery costs, or just share her story in hopes that others can help as well because every little bit helps. Homeward Bound WV is a non-profit organization, and our goal is to save the lives of animals but we can’t do it without the help of our community.
We have some exciting news to share! Homeward Bound WV has been selected by the Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue organization as a Rescue Ambassador. Fewer than 50 rescues nationwide will receive this designation this year so we are truly honored to be recognized by this distinguished group.
Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue supports hundreds of small rescue groups across the country. They recognize the importance of the work pet rescuers do to help protect homeless pets and help them give rescued pets the nutrition and care they need and the loving homes they deserve.
What does this mean for Homeward Bound WV? Selected Rescue Ambassadors benefit in so many ways from this program. Among the many benefits, we will receive free Purina Pro Plan dog/cat food, free Fortiflora nutritional supplements via our vet, access to Rally to Rescue adoption and fundraising events, etc. Our first shipment of 175 lbs. of Purina Pro Plan cat food will be shipped to us next month!
We are so thankful to the Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue organization and are excited to be involved in this wonderful program!
On her way home, 16 year old Samantha “Samm” Thomas saw a small kitty struggling alongside the road, very exhausted and dragging something. Samm stopped and went to the little stray and was horrified to see the kitty’s front leg mangled and caught in a steel trap.
After getting a friend to help her pry the trap from this poor cat’s leg, Samm called Homeward Bound for help. Samm immediately took the young cat, which she named Belle, to the vet for medical attention.
Once caught in the trap, Belle of course struggled to get away. Not only did the trap inflict a lot of damage to her leg but the weight of it, which was much more than little Belle herself, resulted in severe nerve damage all the way up to her shoulder. The vet concluded that little Belle must have her leg amputated.
Samm’s brave and quick actions helped save Belle’s life but her veterinary care has created a sizeable bill. Now Homeward Bound WV is asking for your help!
Donations can be made via Paypal to donate@HomewardBoundWV.org.