VETS Animal Charity

Helping animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care, by providing the needed financial assistance for veterinarian costs.

  • Eliminate pet suffering because owners are unable to financially provide emergency care.
  • Help keep pet families together instead of having to owner surrender to shelters or rescues.
  • Assist pets that have been abandoned because of emergency medical needs with required crisis care and finding forever homes.
  • Doing our part for pet overpopulation, by ensuring all pets receive a spay/neuter that have come to us in an emergency situation.
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Mission Statement
To promote the moral and ethical development of Canadian communities by helping animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care, by providing the needed financial assistance for veterinarian costs to pet owners who cannot absorb such costs due to economic hardship.

Pets We Have helped

Gander

gander

Gander snuck out over night and his family couldn't find him. It wasn't until the wee hours that he literally dragged himself onto their porch. They were so relieved to see him, and then devastated when they realized what had happened. He was hit by a vehicle but found the will to get himself home to the comfort of his family. They rushed him into emergency, and it was determined that Gander had: a broken pelvis, a broken jaw, a severely fractured tail that will require amputation, broken back leg, and internal injuries. Gander is an amazing cat! He has his

Mystic

Mystic

Poor Mystic took a spill while jumping and broke her pelvis.Her pet mom is on a senior pension and bills are already tight. VETS Animal Charity will pay for Mystic's pelvic fusion surgery and get her back into Mom's lap as soon as possible! We are asking the public as well as corporations for a special, one-time gift during this holiday season too help pet kids like Mystic. Tax receipts will be issued as we are a Registered Canadian Charity.www.vetsanimalcharity.com

Eva

Eva

Eva was found in Frontenac Provincial Park - FULL of ticks (she tested positive for Lyme disease), eye ulcers, severely dehydrated, starved, to name just a few issues she was experiencing. Some kind campers carried her out 4 km's over rough terrain to get her to safety and drove her to VETS Toronto where VETS Animal Charity was able to step in and fund her long term care that would be needed. Almost 6 weeks later, we're happy to report this senior girl will be discharged from veterinary care to go to a loving furever home so she can enjoy

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