Hello! We are the Angel Pet Fund committee of Bay Animal Hospital. Founded in 2008, this emergency patient care fund has allowed us to help many pet parents provide urgent medical care to their beloved pet.
The Angel Pet Fund is strictly donation-based & reserved for Bay Animal clients & patients. If a BAH staff member encounters a stray animal, funds may be used to provide medical care until pet is eligible for adoption.
HOW IT WORKS: The four committee members come together when tough situations arise & finances are a concern, to assess what is necessary in terms of medical assistance for the pet. Members then decide on a monetary amount the APF is able to offer in order for us to render immediate medical care.
Our Mission Statement: The Angel Pet Fund acts with & from love. We strive to financially assist clients in urgent times of need, as funds allow. The Angel Pet Fund aims to provide what we can with the best interest and overall wellness of a pet at the forefront.
This is Belle. She was a feral barn kitten that was found with traumatic injuries to her rear end & tail. Only Belle knows what happened, although it was suspected the injuries were caused by a car or farm equipment.
Her tail was so badly injured, our doctor determined it needed to be amputated immediately.
The Angel Pet Fund allowed Bay Animal Hospital to facilitate Belle’s spay, tail amputation, & a laceration repair.
She stole the heart of one of Bay Animal Hospital’s doctors & was promptly adopted.
Miss. Lilo here was 9 months old when she jumped off the couch & broke 2 bones in her front leg.
After an emergency room visit & numerous medical progress exams, bandage changes, & radiographs with doctors, Lilo's leg was finally healed & she was ready to be a puppy again!
All of that care was incredibly expensive; the Angel Pet Fund allowed Lilo’s family to give her the best care possible.
Meet Carl. He was found in a barn with a severe upper respiratory infection.
The first night with his foster was touch & go because he was having such a hard time breathing.
Carl did very well on his antibiotics & was soon enjoying being a healthy kitten.
The Angel Pet Fund allowed Bay Animal Hospital to treat Carl’s URI, administer vaccines, test him for FIV/FeLV, provide parasite prevention, & find his perfect forever family.
Carl is now living his best life with his parents & his feline sister, Clare.
We thank you in advance for your generosity.