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Ginger's Fund- Donations Needed
$1,810 raised
121% of $1.5k goal
33 contributors
4 Years running
Ginger's Fund FOS-DCNC works with the Lexington Police Department to provide immediate vet care and placement for the animal victims of cruelty and neglect. The animals are immediately taken to our vet (Davidson Animal Hospital) where they ...
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Ginger's Fund FOS-DCNC works with the Lexington Police Department to provide immediate vet care and placement for the animal victims of cruelty and neglect. The animal victims are immediately taken to our vet (Davidson Animal Hospital) where they are treated, cared for, fully vetted, and spayed/neutered. Sometimes the animals need x-rays, surgery, or other life saving medical care and the cost associated with these animals adds up quickly. After they are released from medical care we try to find rescues to help in placing the animals, adoptive homes, foster homes, and if no place can be found they go into boarding until homes can be found.

Currently we have 4 in boarding and this cost runs a little over $600 every 14 days. We also have other expenses including monthly preventative meds, treats, enrichment, and we currently have 3 Heartworm positive dogs scheduled to begin treatment.

If you could help by fostering an animal or if you are interested in adopting please email us at GingersFund@live.com. It is so important for these survivors to be in a home environment and fostering not only frees up space but it also helps them find fur-ever homes.

Thank you so much for your support. Ginger's Fund FOS-DCNC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, your donations are tax deductible.

*The former "owners" of the animal victims seized by the LPD are charged and prosecuted for their crime(s).
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