Fund for Animals, Inc. wrote:
In June 2019, RAVS staff and volunteers will travel to eastern Arizona for 6 days of field clinics on the White Mountain Apache Reservation. The team of roughly 30 veterinary students and 15 professional volunteers will offer free spay/ neuter and wellness care to hundreds of animals in this remote community where regular veterinary care is not available. In addition to wellness services, RAVS’ volunteers will care for animals with a wide range of health concerns including puppies suffering from parvovirus and distemper infections and animals with life-threatening tick-borne illnesses. We will continue our work aiding local tribal health efforts to eradicate Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever - improving the health and welfare of both animals and people in need. Donate today - your support can make the life-and-death difference these animals so desperately need. http://www.wmat.nsn.us/
Hello! My name is Alisa Robinson and I am currently a first year student at Louisiana State University - School of Veterinary Medicine. I have dreamt of becoming a Veterinarian every since I was in the 2nd grade - obviously because puppies are the cutest creatures on the planet. As I grew, I developed a love and passion for math and science as well as applying my knowledge to healing animals in need. Prior to applying for Vet School I worked for 3 years in the Veterinary community which only confirmed that this is what I wanted to with my life. Whenever I heard of the RAVS program I imediately knew this is what I wanted to do - help owners and pets alike that aren't as fortunate as I have been. I applied for the program as soon as I left the meeting explaining what RAVS was and was in tears when I recieved the news that I had been accepted. I look forward to this beautiful and challenging experience.
All the money raised through donations will go towrds helping the people in the communitites get their pets medical needs taken care of free of cost to them.