COVID-19 URGENT appeal for funds 

We are receiving an influx of calls from vulnerable individuals on low income, who need our help with urgent veterinary care for their companion animals. Please consider making a donation to support our veterinary care assistance program.

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Sweet little six-month-old Wybie needs our help. His loving guardian Krystal contacted us after noticing he had bowel complications, causing dehydration, constipation and exhaustion.  

 A single mother on disability, Krystal struggles to afford the fluid IV and laxative medication that he urgently needs. 

Could you donate today to help pay for the veterinary care needed to save Wybie’s life? To donate, please visit: https://vancouverhumanesociety.bc.ca/posts/help-save-wybies-life/

Sweet little six-month-old Wybie needs our help. His loving guardian Krystal contacted us after noticing he had bowel complications, causing dehydration, constipation and exhaustion.

A single mother on disability, Krystal struggles to afford the fluid IV and laxative medication that he urgently needs.

Could you donate today to help pay for the veterinary care needed to save Wybie’s life? To donate, please visit: vancouverhumanesociety.bc.ca/posts/help-save-wybies-life/
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Comment on Facebook Sweet little …

How about putting it on a raw meat diet instead of poisoning it

Help please

Shouldn't have gotten a pet if can't afford vet care

Donated. Thank you for caring this much ❤️