Every animal deserves a chance
Many animals at Rescue Village need special medical tests, surgery, or care that goes above and beyond our normal resources. Project S.A.V.E.—Saving Animals with Veterinary Emergencies—is a special fund that enables us to do more in these unique situations in which specialized care, that we would not otherwise be able to provide, may give an animal a second chance.
This fund is almost empty. Please give what you can today using the form at the bottom of the page.
December 9, 2019: Exciting Project S.A.V.E. Update! Thanks to a generous donation that just came in, our veterinarian Dr. Megan Volpe will be able to repair a serious chronic hip injury on a dog named Percy that recently arrived to Rescue Village. Project S.A.V.E. in action is life-changing, even life-saving to animals in our care. Please, let’s keep these important donations coming in!
Animals like horses Beaumont and McKinney who arrived to Rescue Village in 2018 barely alive; lethargic and emaciated, with severe dermatitis, abscesses and other hoof issues, bad teeth and even a heart murmur because its body had nothing left to eat but his organs in order to survive. It was truly heartbreaking. But Project S.A.V.E funded the care for these horses and they are thriving today.
Or Shirley, the sweet pup that needed a complicated surgery on her ear last year at this time. Our Project S.A.V.E fund raised $6,000 for her surgery.
Your donation to Project S.A.V.E. will help us provide another chance at finding a loving home through above and beyond veterinary care.
We are currently raising $15,000 for animals who need specialized medical care.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!