The Angel Fund was started in the Spring of 2007 when a stray German Shepherd, later named Angel, was found in need of immediate medical attention. Angel suffered from severe injuries after being hit by a car. There was too much damage to her leg for it to be saved and it was amputated with a laser surgery procedure. If it wasn’t for generous people donating money towards her surgery, she may not have had a second chance at life.
2022 marks the Angel Fund’s 15th anniversary. For 15 years, this Fund has provided extensive and emergency veterinary care to animals in need. Although LHS has expanded over the past decade, Angel Fund remains at the core of our non-profit agency. It propels our lifesaving mission forward by ensuring we can give second chances to all homeless animals, regardless of expense. Due to overwhelming support and growth of the Fund over the last two years, we can do even more for the homeless pets in our care. Donations made to the Angel Fund will provide lifesaving medical treatment to animals in need. Additional funds will remain in the Angel Fund to support LHS’s medical department. It will also help LHS to purchase medications, vaccinations, innovative medical equipment and supplies, special diet foods, and anything else needed in order for us to provide the absolute best care that we can to each pet in need.