Pets Need Your Help
Tiger was born with tiny eyes
and surrendered to us as a baby. He has some shadow vision,
but is mostly blind. A wonderful foster person gave
him the care and love he needed to become the
beautiful cat he is now. Unfortunately, he became unhappy
being with the other cats because he could not see them coming up and
it startled him. Tiger needs a home of his very
own. He would be very happy and
comfortable on someone's screened-in patio, as long as he had
a kind-hearted person who would pet and talk to him often. Tiger picks his friends, but he loves to be
petted. If anyone can open their home and their
hearts to Tiger, please call Lee: Cell:
754-366-8072 or work: 561-226-9508
a great, 11-month old, neutered, male cat with a terrific personality
who was surrendered to us as a kitten. His left eye produces
excess tears. Perhaps it arose as a leftover from a cold, or
an allergy or a blocked tear duct (the only way to know this is through
surgery). With the proper medication, this condition may
clear up if he was in a home of his own. Currently, he lives
in a very busy foster home with many other pets. Snoopy would be a treasure to anyone who can take the time to work with him to
solve his problem. He is playful, inquisitive, obedient and
gets along wonderfully with other cats and dogs. (He often cuddles up
with a terrier.) To see Snoopy, please call Lee at
561-226-9508 (work) or 754-366-8072 .
Resin's owner had a
disagreement with his roommate. The roommate became angry
and intentionally broke both bones in Resin's right front
leg. Fortunately, he was rescued by the police.
Resin requires surgery to implant a plate to correct the
damage. The cost of this procedure is beyond what we can
afford, so we really need your support. (Resin also has
Ehrlichiosis (a tick-borne disease) which we can effectively
treat.) Resin is a sweet, gentle Teddy Bear who deserves a
chance at happiness. Thankfully, Resin has his freedom for
this July 4th. Won't you help give him a new start by making
a donation towards his care? We (and Resin!) would be most
|Tony has a broken jaw and had to undergo two
surgeries. A special wire splint was implanted to fix the
bone in place so it can properly heal. He will be
in recovery for two months. The cost was enormous!!!
Donations of any amount to offset his veterinary bills will be greatly
Please consider a donation to
assist us with caring for homeless animals.
helps us greatly! Thank you!
Animal Aid, Inc.
2121 W. Oakland Park Blvd. # 6, Oakland Park, FL 33311 map
Our Adoption Center is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1-5pm.
954-730-8398 E-mail AnimalAidInc@aol.com
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