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Helping Lolly

Hi, my name is Lolly. I hope you’ll read my story and consider donating to the rescue who saved my life.

You see, while I’m still a young dog at only 4 years old, I’ve had quite a roller coaster of a life.

I grew up in Kentucky and unfortunately found myself in a shelter without any family. After a while, I took a long car ride to New York and got to live in a house with my foster parents and dog friends. It was nice there and I loved snuggling up with my people, but my Kentucky troubles still had a hold of me.

Two of my paws were infected and despite multiple trips to the vet and various, expensive medications, they were still getting bigger and more painful.

Again, my troubles didn’t end there. I found myself without an appetite and lacking my usual zest for life (it’s a little embarrassing but I just love chasing my tail when I’m feeling good). Then I started struggling to breathe.

My foster parents rushed me to the emergency vet. We were all scared. They kissed me goodbye and wished me well and then I was taken in by a nice team of veterinarians who gave me oxygen to help me breathe and took images to determine the problem. As it turns out, I have Blastomycosis, which is a fancy sounding name for fungus in my lungs. And, yes, it’s as awful as it sounds.

I’m happy to report that after several days at the doggy hospital I am back home with my foster family and feeling SO much better. I’m breathing easier and my paws are much improved. There’s just one last problem. I left the rescue with a hefty medical bill, one that put them back about $7,000.00 I’ve been told that I’m worth every penny, but I would still love if you could help them out with some donations. I just want to make sure they have enough funds to help the next dog in need.

Wags and kisses,

Lollipop

** Covid-19 adoption process, Effective 11/20/2020 **

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We are doing everything we can to protect our volunteers & potential adopters by limiting interactions as much as possible. So until further notice, the following adoption guidelines will be in effect.


Cats - the cat shelter is not open for walk in traffic. Anyone entering the building should have an approved application with a scheduled appointment, must be wearing a mask and we are limiting people inside to a maximum of 6, so you might be asked to wait until space is available. We ask that you limit the number of people in your party to two and if you bring children, that they are closely supervised. Your first step is to complete an online application prior to visiting the shelter. Remember that submitting an application is not an approval, you will still need schedule an in-person interview with one of our adoption counselors. 

Donations can still be dropped off at the cat shelter during open hours. If we are closed, they can be left outside the door to be brought in when volunteers arrive.


Dogs - We are becoming overwhelmed with the number of inquiries we are getting, so we ask for your patience as we work through them all. For the fastest response, please fill out an online adoption application. Once we receive the application, our foster coordinator will forward the application to the appropriate foster home and the foster will reach out to you via phone or email to let you know more about the personalities or needs of the dog. Depending on that information, the foster will either choose to do a phone interview or forward your application to another volunteer for a better fit. Once you have your phone interview, the foster will schedule a meet & greet with the dog at our dog adoption center. We have a scheduling program that will allow us to book slots in 1 hour increments at our dog adoption center. 


Thank you so much for your support during this time. Please understand as we are doing everything we can to protect our animals, volunteers and adopters with these restrictions during this uncertain time. 

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Wish List

 

Help us help them by donating useful items that will allow us to spend our money on vet care for our residents and take in more special needs animals. Here is what we can use:
 

Food Supplies:

  • Wet cat food (Friskies Poultry Pate preferred)

  • KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer)

  • Wellness canned cat food

  • Wet Puppy Food (Chicken Soup preferred

  • Taste of the Wild Dry Puppy Food

House Training:

  • Tidy Cat Clay Litter

  • Tidy Cat Scoopable Litter

  • Top Paws Extra Large Puppy Pads

 

Cleaning Supplies:

  • Bleach

  • Dish Soap (Dawn preferred)

  • Unscented Dryer Sheets

 

Medical Supplies:

  • Feliway or DAP Spray

  • Disposible Medical Exam Gloves, Medium & Large (powder free)

Paper Products:

  • Paper Towels

  • News Paper

  • Commercial Trash Bags (45 gal Heavy Duty or larger)

 

Enrichment:

 

Misc:

  • 42" or larger folding dog crates (double door preferred)

  • Copy paper

    • White

    • Blue

    • Yellow

  • 9 1/2 by 12 1/2 clasp envelopes

  • Twin pocket folders

What we CANNOT use:

  • Used litter pans

  • Prescription Food 

  • Cat Trees 

  • Stuffed Animals

  • Toys that cannot be sanitized

Thank you for your support!!!

Pets Alive WNY

Cat Adoption Center

7007 Campbell Blvd 

Pendleton, NY 14120

Dog Adoption Center

3507 Union Rd

Cheektowaga, NY 14225

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