The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society is seeking to raise $10,000 for its Angel Fund on Giving Tuesday, which is Nov. 30 this year. Donations will be used to save and transform the lives of homeless pets in need of veterinary care and position them to thrive while awaiting adoption.
The GMHS Angel Fund provides non-routine, life-saving veterinary care for homeless pets, include those needing surgery, suffering from rare and treatable muscular or neurological diseases, or requiring expensive treatments for ailments above and beyond basic preventative care.
“Roland” the hound is one of the many pets at GMHS whose life was saved by the Angel Fund in the past year. He arrived at GMHS underweight and in need of treatment for heartworm disease and skin issues. Now fully recovered, Roland has been transferred to one of the shelter’s adoption-guaranteed partners through its Highway to Home program and is ready to be adopted. Roland is now able to begin his new life with a clean bill of ...
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