Well Pets Will Match Donations Up to $10,000 to Help Animals Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

September 2, 2017

 

 

The Goal 

Well Pets Veterinary Clinic will match donations dollar for dollar up to 

$10,00 to help nonprofit, no-kill rescue Austin Pets Alive! with their Hurricane Harvey evacuation efforts. 

 

How to Donate So We Can Match It

Stop by and inform a member of our client care team that you would like to add a donation to your invoice and pay with cash, credit card, debit card, or check. You can also call us and pay by credit card over the phone. We accept all major credit cards. Please note that because we are not a nonprofit, we cannot provide you with a tax receipt. Please follow the instructions below if you would like a tax receipt directly from Austin Pets Alive: 

 

If you would like a tax receipt

Please write checks out to Austin Pets Alive and drop them off our facility. We will mail them directly to the rescue organization who will provide you with a tax receipt. 

 

Alternatively, you can donate online and can provide us with a copy of your donation receipt so that we can match it. A copy of your donation receipt can be dropped off in person or emailed to us at info@wellpetssc.com. 

 

Why Austin Pets Alive?

  • Due to to the hurricane, it costs them $10,000 for every 100 animals they save.

  • They are boarding owned animals until they can be safely reunited with their families.  

  • They are establishing several temporary animal shelters across 
    their area to meet the demand. 

  • They've rescued 1,500 animals and counting since Hurricane Harvey hit, in addition to the hundreds they were already caring for.

  • Stray animals are being placed for adoption or transported to other no-kill rescues across the United States. 

  • In 2012 Austin Pets Alive! turned the city of Austin into a no-kill community with innovative foster, adoption, and medical programs. 

  • You can learn more about Austin Pets Alive! work and mission at their website or their Facebook page. 

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