Flint was in critical condition when he arrived at the MCSPCA. His body was covered in pustules, causing him to whimper at the slightest touch. His front leg was severely deformed from malnourishment and from being kept in a cage for the majority of his short life. The wonderful staff and volunteers of the Monmouth County SPCA immediately started doing everything they could to make Flint comfortable.
Through the aid of the community and the generous gifts from their supporters, the Monmouth County SPCA was able to raise over $12,000 in four short days towards his lifesaving medical care. Flint immediately went into a foster home with one of the Monmouth County SPCA’s senior Veterinary Technicians, accompanied by three other dogs, one cat, and a human brother. After a little over two months of receiving nothing but love and top notch medical care, Flint’s medical issues were cleared, and he was able to find a loving home of his own.
Flint is just one of the hundreds of animals with medical issues that find themselves in the care of the Monmouth County SPCA each year. Through the outpouring support of donors, the MCSPCA is able to provide the necessary care for every single animal that enters their shelter. Please consider making a donation to help the MCPSCA save even more lives in 2016!
About the Monmouth County SPCA
The Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in 1945 to care for the community's homeless, neglected and abused animals. Our mission is to protect and advocate for all animals.
We are dedicated to enforcing animal cruelty laws; providing a safe haven for homeless, abused and abandoned pets while they await adoption; reducing pet over-population through spay/neutering; and cultivating their humane treatment through education and service . In 2015 we cared for more than 4,000 animals. The Monmouth County SPCA relies solely on private donations to fund these important initiatives.
We provide services to the community including pet adoptions, low cost spay/neuter services, a weekly vaccine clinic, dog training and behavior, humane law enforcement, lost and found, trap neuter and return for free-roaming cats, humane education, pet therapy, a pet food pantry for low-income families as well as our Pittie Project, a proactive program to help keep Bully Breeds out of the shelter and improve their lives in the community.
Visit: http://monmouthcountyspca.org/support/donate/ to make your 2015 tax deductible donation today.