Grand Rivers Humane Society is very grateful to the Animal Assistance Foundation for awarding us a grant that will help us continue to provide medical care and transportation for dogs and cats in need.Many injured dogs and cats land at Mesa County Animal Services (MCAS). Due to our long-standing relationship with MCAS, Grand Rivers Humane Society will take these injured homeless cats and dogs and give them the extended care that they need through our veterinary partners and our foster homes. The Grand Rivers Humane Society transport van is also needed to get the animals to the veterinarians and to our adoption events where we find them loving homes. The Animal Assistance Foundation has contributed to helping us maintain our transport van and to our overall mission of “Saving Grand Valley Homeless Pets.”
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The Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund (CPOF) has awarded us a generous grant. These funds will be used for spays, neuters and extended medical needs for the hundreds of cats and dogs in our care annually. Because most of our cats and dogs come from Mesa County Animal Services, these funds are truly life-saving. Our mission of “Saving Grand Valley Homeless Pets” could not be achieved without CPOF and we are very grateful for the support.
We were graciously awarded a $1,000 grant from Petfinder Foundation toward helping our senior bonded pair of St Bernards, Dukes and Juggernaut, get adopted. This went toward their adoption fees, crates and a gift card to a pet supply store for food and other supplies. We are very grateful for this grant and for the wonderful adopters that welcomed them into their home.