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If you believe DuPage County’s unwanted and abandoned animals deserve the medical care needed to quickly change their status from “homeless” to “adopted”, then we have the perfect opportunity for you to help on November 28th.
You can make a difference on Giving Tuesday.
DuPage Animal Friends is raising funds for medical equipment used to provide DCACC onsite veterinary services. Only possible with your help, we aim to raise $10,000 to invest in life-saving medical equipment for DCACC and its resident animals.
Dr. Hanek, veterinarian rock star for DCACC, provides veterinary care and surgeries at the shelter. And there is a need to update and improve the medical equipment. Critical care cases can be scary. But with immediate efforts, made easier by new equipment, the DCACC staff can quickly help those whose lives are in danger.
New medical equipment will provide shelter animals like Astro, Roxanne and Petey superior care and help them move from "homeless" to "adopted" faster!
Your support is needed to purchase the following equipment:
This medical equipment will provide these life-saving benefits:
Dr. Hanek, shown here during an NBC Chicago interview at Clear the Shelters this past August, says having equipment in-house saves critical time in emergency situations.
Getting better results equals quicker recovery time and availability for adoption.
New medical equipment means it’s quicker to get animals adopted so more animals can be saved. And isn’t that a main goal for animal lovers like us?
Your gift, on this impactful day of goodwill, is crucial in providing progressive care for the homeless animals of our community. Saving time in emergency situations means more success in helping as many animals as possible.
This Giving Tuesday, consider donating to help us invest in providing a second chance to more homeless animals in DuPage County.
A day of giving means a life of living for an animal in need.
YOU can provide them with those precious minutes needed to make it through their medical emergencies and on their way to a family.
Your compassion and commitment mean the world to volunteers like us, the DCACC shelter staff, and most importantly, the animals.