What is #GivingTuesday?
Giving Tuesday is a day of charitable giving worldwide.
You can help make a difference in a pet's life.
Throughout the year we are faced with medical emergencies for lost and found pets. So far in 2019, Lost Pet Services has funded close to $18,000 in medical care for injured strays whose owners were never found and for owned pets who were injured while they were lost.
Most of these pets were hit by cars while they were running scared. Many needed surgery that their owners were unable to afford and would have had to make the heartbreaking decision to either surrender them to the county to receive care or put them to sleep.
We hope you can support us this year on Giving Tuesday so we can continue to offer this much-needed program to strays without families and those with families needing our help.
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Faith is just one of the many strays we have helped. She was found in terrible condition. She was terribly matted, full of fleas and urinating blood. She was immediately brought to the vet by one of our fosters and diagnosed with a bladder stone the size of an egg. She received surgery even though she was a stray without a known owner. Faith's owner was never found, but she was adopted into an amazing family after receiving surgery and recovering. She is just one of the lucky ones.
Will you help us help more strays like Faith? Click the blue button for more stories like Faith's.
What other services does Lost Pet Services offer?
Our mission of reuniting lost pets helps keep hundreds of strays/lost pets out of the overcrowded shelters and home safe with their families. Our goal is to make sure every lost pet makes it home safe. Your donation will help us continue doing what we do best - reuniting lost pets. We want every lost pet to be Reunited & Home Safe the same day.
So far during 2019, we have reunited over 1,900 pets with their families. Our organization reunites 100s of pets every month. All services are free of charge.
In addition to the medical funding Lost Pet Services provides the following services:
Lost Pet Services offers free microchips with free lifetime registration at the Humane Society of Manatee County and the Animal Rescue Coalition in Sarasota.
Lost Pet Services offers free ID tags at special events and through an online form here on our website. The free tags are mailed via first-class mail to the pet owners.
Lost Pet Services pays reclaim fees at the local shelters for owners struggling with these high-cost fees to keep loved pets and their families together.
Lost Pet Services pays for spaying and neutering and vaccinations on a case-by-case basis if a family is unable to afford these basic services.
Lost Pet Services provides collars, leashes, food, kitty litter, dog crates -- whatever a family may need for their pet if the need arises.
Lost Pet Services will create and pay for lost pet flyers if a member does not have a printer or a means of making or paying for them.
Marmalade's Fund helps us pay for vet care for injured stray pets when owners cannot be found or when owners cannot afford to pay themselves.
Your donation no matter how small can help us save the life of a pet.
$5 This gift will pay for 3 free ID tags.
$10 This gift will pay for 30 color lost pet flyers.
$25 This gift will go toward vet care for an injured stray pet.
$50 This gift will microchip five dogs or cats, ensuring they get Home Safe.
$100 This gift helps financially struggling families pay reclaim fees at Animal Services
$200 This gift helps pay for spaying or neutering a pet along with necessary vaccinations.
$500 - $1000 This gift will help pay for emergency vet care for an injured stray pet.
Checks can be made out to:
Lost Pet Services, Inc.
and mailed to:
6905 29th Ave. W
Bradenton, FL 34209
Rest assured 100% of your donation goes directly to our programs for lost pets.
All of our services are free of charge and there is no paid staff. Our work is all done voluntarily.
Donations are tax-deductible and can be made by check, credit card or through your PayPal account.
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