Help us Continue to Help the Animals of The Four Corners During this Crisis
With the crisis brought on by Covid 19, and the orders executed by our state, came a huge blow to our animal welfare efforts both in Fort Lupton and on the reservation. Our free spay/neuter and vaccine clinics help thousands of people and animals that need it most. It is puppy and kitten season and we are forced to sit back and watch as animal upon animal has unwanted litters and we can't do anything about it. Where we work, unwanted animals are often subjected to cruelty and suffering, namely by being dumped or abandoned, not given adequate food and water and one can forget about medical care so the mangey and untreated ailments are everywhere. People in the areas that need it most lack the resources to help their animals and the animals under their care. Animal control is closed and options are extremely limited.
We are still doing everything we can safely and legally do to help the animals....setting up pet food pantry's in various spots around the tribal lands, rescuing as many animals and getting them into foster homes as possible, treating animals that have "emergent" situtations and being present. As our ability to raise funds to fuel these efforts is at a standstill, we worry how much more we can continue to do if things don't return to "business as usual" soon. We are scraping and clawing to provide but we need help to keep going at the pace we have been. New food pantries are desperately needed and basic life-saving treatments like vaccines and deworming for new pups and kittens are something we strive to still provide. We desperately need your help to keep doing as much as we can to help these animals and people. Thank you for supporting our efforts!