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Medical Needs for Animals

$440 of $1,600 goal

Raised by 13 people in 7 months
Created June 5, 2018
30391556_15282165060_r.jpeg                                                (Mr. P, our gentle giant)
At Noble Animal Sanctuary  we offer a lifetime home for farmed animals rescued from abuse, abandonment, neglect, or animals with special needs. Between routine health care, and unexpected university vet hospital visits we've depleted our medical funds.

We currently  have a mini pig (Bugsy) that needs a leg amputation as soon as possible, a large domestic pig (Mr. P) that needs an exam at WSU Veterinary Hospital for of a group of tumors in his neck, and look into some respiratory issues.  We expect these two visits to cost close to  $1100.00

We also have routine horse, pig, and donkey hoof trims, and vaccines, plus check ups and medications for health issues in other animals.

It is our mission that the animals that come here are given a loving home, with room to roam- where they can have companionship, good nutrition, and their health care needs met. 

We are completely funded by private donors like you that don't want to see animals abused or neglected, and support the work we do. 

Please donate today so we can get our piggies and other animals needs taken care of!

30391556_15282162110_r.jpegBugsy was born with a partial limb, that is just long enough to bump and bruise it as he grazes.

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Update 5
Posted by Michelle Allgaier
6 months ago
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Mr. P is scheduled for July 25th for his tusk trim and exam for the tumors on his neck. We have a couple of volunteers taking him in the early am. We are short of our goal of $500 to cover what we expect our bill to be. We'd feel better with $600, as anesthesia costs for a large pig are expensive.
Can you help us reach our goal? It's just two weeks until his appointment.
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Update 4
Posted by Michelle Allgaier
6 months ago
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Mr. P is scheduled for the week of July 23rd to WSU for tusk and hoof trim and have a sample taken from his tumors. We are still short for the estimated cost of 500-600 for anesthesia, trim and tests. We must pay 1/2 of the lowest estimate when we drop him off, and the balance when we pick him up.

Can you help us reach the needed funds?
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Update 3
Posted by Michelle Allgaier
7 months ago
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It's been a busy week here at Noble Animal Sanctuary! Well, they are all busy but when you have a medical emergency seems to double the busyness. Last weekend we had one of horses, Oreo, develop laminitis, a very painful condition of swelling in the laminae of the hoof. She could hardly walk. Our vet was called and arrived close to midnight on Saturday. She is now being treated with pain meds, anti-inflammatory drugs, and on a strict feed and weight loss regimen. She is doing much better now but will require monitoring her food intake for life.

We also welcomed Benjamin Buttons, a three month old piglet to our sanctuary. Ben fortunately was seen o in a corner of a yard during a dog rescue. He was brought to Pigs Peace Sanctuary brought to health and neutered. Judy Woods, my pig care mentor and inspiration at Pigs Peace Sanctuary, suffered a terrible injury and needed to get Benjamin integrated into a sounder (a herd of pigs) asap. Unable to do so with her extensive injuries, we gratefully took him on.

Please consider donating to our medical fund to give our animals the care they deserve and to continue to help animals like Benjamin!
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Update 2
Posted by Michelle Allgaier
7 months ago
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Thank you donors and thank you for sharing!
We are getting close to the first step of $500 to get Mr. P scheduled. WSU Veterinary Hospital will have to put Mr. P under anesthesia to take a sample from the tumors. He'll also get a much needed tusk trim and hoof trim.
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$440 of $1,600 goal

Raised by 13 people in 7 months
Created June 5, 2018
Funds raised will benefit:
Noble Animal Sanctuary
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