Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Donations Desperately Needed For Veterinary Bills

Homeless Animal Lifeline (HAL) is currently helping two cats in need of medical care.

Pepsi is a little girl, approx. 1 yo, who was found outdoors. She is in desperate need of medical care for diagnosis and treatment. So far, Pepsi has been tested for FIV/FeLV (negative), given routine veterinary care, and been on a 2 week course of antibiotics. She is still having stomach issues and requires more testing and treatment.

Caneel is a 2 month old little girl who is being treated for an eye condition that may require surgery. She's been under ongoing veterinary care. Despite her eye issue, she is a happy, playful kitten.

(Photos of both cats are below)

Due to the poor economy, many small non-profits have been hit extremely hard. HAL's donations have dropped considerably and we are in desperate need of funding so that we can give these cats the chance they deserve. Veterinary receipts and updates will be provided upon request.

HAL does not want to *ever* have to turn away an animal in need due to lack of funding. Please help us. Even the smallest donation would be greatly appreciated. Donations can be made via our web site ( We are registered with PayPal ( and You can also make your donation via postal service: HAL, POB 237, Manalapan, NJ 07726

While HAL is a small group, it is an extremely active, all-volunteer 501c3 organization. We provide food, supplies, and veterinary care to pet guardians and feral cat caretakers who are struggling. We run a cat adoption program, as well as a humane education program geared toward children and teens. Please remember us when you are donating! Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law

Thank you!