Six Abandoned Puppies Arrive at KHS in Need of Urgent Care

Last week, six abandoned puppy siblings arrived at KHS in a plastic bucket after a Good Samaritan found them dangerously playing in the middle of the road. They were clearly malnourished, covered in fleas, and in desperate need of vet care. The poor, young pups were also suffering from tapeworms and tested positive for Coccidia. Coccidia is an extremely dangerous intestinal infection that causes symptoms such as lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea and inability to eat or drink. This highly transmittable infection is life-threatening, especially to young pups like these, who are already in such bad shape. Please donate today to help animals like these puppies who need urgent medical care. Right now is an especially powerful time to give, thanks to Janice, a longtime KHS supporter who has offered to match every gift we receive before April 15 up to $21,000! 

Janice’s generous gift is in loving memory of her mother, Lillian Huffman Cooper, and their beloved rescue animals. Your gift today will DOUBLE to support KHS’ lifesaving efforts for animals like these sweet pups who are so deserving of a second chance. Thank you for your support and compassion!

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