Community Assistance Program
The Kingdom Animal Shelter has a small fund, including grant money and donations, designed to assist people in the local community with expenses involving their companion animals. Examples of assistance that can be provided are: vaccinations, spay/neuter surgeries, medical treatment for illness or injury, or supplies (food and or litter) for the animal.
Since the start of this fund, the Kingdom Animal Shelter has had the pleasure of helping out 32 families with their dogs, cats and a rabbit. With these 32 families, we have helped 57 animals with various surgeries and treatment.
The Kingdom Animal Shelter is so pleased that we can offer assistance to our Community members. The Community Fund allows companion animals to be treated for injuries or allows their animals to get treatment to remain healthy and continue to be valued member of their families. One family needed assistance with getting their beloved cat treated for an injury. When the volunteer called to check on how the cat was doing following the treatment, the family was so grateful that each family member got on the phone individually to personally thank the Kingdom Animal Shelter for their assistance with this program.
In order to be considered for assistance through this grant, the animal must be a companion animal (farm animals are excluded) and you must intend to keep the animal as a companion animal. The request for assistance must be in writing (e-mail is fine).
In order to apply for assistance, please e-mail the Kingdom Animal Shelter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide your name and contact information as well as information about your companion animal that you are requesting assistance for and a brief description of the issue. If the request for assistance involved medical issues, please be sure to include your veterinarians name.
After you submit your request, you will be contacted by a volunteer from the Kingdom Animal Shelter.
Not all requests for assistance will be approved.
We look forward to hearing from you and being of assistance with your companion animal.