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21 Days left Ends May 17, 2017
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My name is Asher! I was left unsupervised with a large teenage dog who didn't know how to act around cats and I suffered a painful broken leg. Thankfully WAG's Critical Care Fund was there to help me in my time of need, and now they need your help! More

My name is Asher! I am a 12-year-old male kitty. I am now living at WAG, a not for profit animal shelter located in Whistler BC who rescues cats and dogs from the entire Sea to Sky Corridor.

I was left unsupervised with a large teenage dog who didn't know how to act around cats and suffered a painful broken leg! But the worst part was that I was left without the necessary surgery for ELEVEN DAYS...Thankfully WAG's Critical Care Fund was there to help, and I was able to have my operation, just in time - they saved my leg!

WAG is now asking for your help to replenish their Critical Care Fund, which was there to help me in my time of need. We are hoping you will help us reach our goal of $3000 which will cover the cost of my surgery, medications, and aftercare.

To sweeten the deal, I have found some GREAT PRIZES that will hopefully encourage you to donate!

For every donation over $100, you will be entered to win:

  • 2 bath passes to the Scandinave Spa, Whistler
  • 1 bottle of Pinto Noir from See Ya Later Ranch Winery!
  • Authentic WAG Photo Book!

For every donation $50 - $99, you will be entered to win:

  • Two-week trial pass to Loka Yoga!
  • $40 gift certificate to Whistler Happy Pets!
  • Authentic WAG Photo Book!

For every donation $20 - $49, you will be entered to win:

  • A Kitty Gift Basket filled with fun cat treats and toys!
  • WAG Swag!

Make sure you leave us your name and contact info when you donate, so we can let you know if you have won! (Prizes must be picked up from WAG).

Though the surgery was a success and amputation was avoided, the delay in my treatment resulted in a more complicated surgery and a much longer healing process. It even means my leg will be a few millimeters shorter than the other, leaving me with a permanent limp.

**WAG staff suggest going slow with dog and cat introductions to ensure everyone's safety and always be there to supervise.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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