Welcome to the Whitecourt Homeless Animal Rescue Foundation




HELP DONATE!!!

Please consider making a monthly donation or one time donation to help cover operating costs.




SPECIAL CASE

PLEASE HELP WITH HERO

Hero

Hero is this boys name and he was seized from his previous home. Hero was tied up for who knows how long without food or water, he was completely emaciated weighing only 42lbs. One day Hero broke free of his chain and went searching for food but unfortunately the first thing he found was a porcupine, which ended up being very bad. He got quilled and probably didn't know what to do so he returned home. He had over 200 hundred quills in his chest, neck, head and face including his eye. What did his owner do..... tied him back up. After 10 days someone saw Hero quilled and so skinny and finally his owner was reported and Hero was seized and saved. Hero was rushed to the vet where they pulled out the quills and put him on antibiotics for his eye and infection. He had no energy or muscle to do anything so for the next week he just laid by his food dish and ate. After a week we noticed his eye not improving so we took him back to the vet. The bad news is his eye had to be removed but the good news is he gained almost 25 lbs. After all this boy has been through we can't believe how much he just wants to be a lap dog. He loves his snuggles. With lots of love and a never empty food bowl this boy is as happy as can be. We are asking for help on his vet bills if there is anything you can do to help this boy please donate on our paypal above or you can drop off at WHARF, 10724 124st. Thank you so much!! We would like to thank the Whitecourt Vet Clinic for taking care of this boy and removing his eye.




SPECIAL CASE

PLEASE HELP WITH ELLIOT

ELLIOT

This is Elliot and and as you can see he's a very handsome young cat. What you CAN'T see is how lucky he is, Elliot was hit by a car 2 months ago. Unfortunately his humans couldn't get afford medical help so they tried to let him heal on his own but his back legs were broken and the bones were starting to fuse. It must have hurt so much, he was probably in excruciating pain! WHARF recieved a phone call asking for us to take him, he was surrendered and luckily it wasn't too late to fix his legs so he had surgery and within 4 days I was walking around the clinic, trying to play with everyone! Usually the vet only reccommends one leg at a time but they couldn't wait 4 weeks recovery on this boy so they did an FHO on each hip. You would never believe Elliot was so broken just a while ago. This kitty has had quite the vet experience but he is such a great little kitty and so sweet he has deserved every penny we spent. We are asking for help on his vet bills if there is anything you can do to help this boy please donate on our paypal above or you can drop off at WHARF, 10724 124st. Thank you so much!! We would like to thank Dr. Scott at Crestwood Vet Clinic for repairing both his broken legs.




PLEASE HELP AND FOSTER A DOG!!!

MORE FOSTER HOMES MEANS MORE DOG RESCUING

FOSTER FOR US

WHARF is in desperate need of foster homes, we are over capacity for dogs and not enough foster homes to house them. With the winter months coming we are desperate to find foster homes. It is getting to cold and we want to rescue as many stray dogs so they don't get stuck in the cold either starving or freezing. All you have to do is provide a loving home for a dog until they are adopted. We supply all the necessary needs for the dog and all the vet care is taken care of as well. Please help us, we have so many dogs and one of them is bound to fit into your home for a few weeks.




HELP!

DONATIONS

Janis and Jake

WHARF is in desperate need of some donation items. Cat litter, cat food, dog leashes and dog beds are mostly needed. WHARF has been doing great with recieving other donations of food, toys, collars, etc. thank you to all the people out there that donate. If you are looking to donate some items to the rescue please consider these four items! Thank you so much! Food Dish Wishes is collecting the items for WHARF so if you want to drop off please go to 10724 124st, 780.455.4500.


WHARF would like to thank the following:
The Original Spay Clinic for their vet work that they do for WHARF! Also follow them on Facebook
Crestwood Veterinary Clinic for their vet work that they do for WHARF!
Whitecourt Veterinary Clinic for providing vet care.