Life is precious fund
On April 15th, a 10 year old male Shih Tzu named Oscar was surrendered to the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA. Oscar’s owner had been ill for quite some time, and unfortunately was not able to give him the care he needed. When staff first met Oscar, it became obvious that he did not have use of his rear legs. But along with his physical challenges, it was also very clear that Oscar possessed an undeniable charm and amazing spirit.
Thanks to the wonderful care Oscar received at Lloyd Animal Medical Center and @Animotion Animal Rehabilitation Center in Stoughton, we have been able to improve Oscar’s quality of life tremendously. He was fitted for a cart to help his mobility, but even better is the improvement therapy has made in Oscar’s ability to use his hind end. Continued rehab and therapy may even result in Oscar no longer needing a cart to get around! The Animal Protection Center relies on contributions to our Life is Precious fund to be able to provide this care. Please contribute if you can!
Donate to our Life is Precious Fund today; www.apcsm.org/lifeisprecious to help Howard!!
We need your help to continue to be able to support animals like the ones you see here, plus the hundreds of others like them.
The Life is Precious Fund was set up so that animals surrendered to the adoption center with medical issues could have a second chance. We need your help to continue to be able to support animals like the ones you see here, plus the hundreds of others like them.
You can donate to the Life is Precious Fund by clicking on the button below. Donations can be made to our Life is Precious Fund and dropped off or mailed to the shelter:
Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA
1300 West Elm St Ext
Brockton, MA 02301