Recognizing the healing power of companion animals, the mission of Heart2Heart Pet Lifeline is to keep pets out of shelters and rescues and help owners keep them in loving homes. To that end, we provide financial help for veterinary services and other pet needs to income eligible pet families in need who do not have other options for care. No owner should have to choose between medical care and euthanizing or surrendering a pet.
We are a nonprofit organization hoping to make a difference. We work with Coulee Region Humane Society and other pet rescue organizations, as well as local veterinarians, to identify clients and award grants needed to keep pets healthy and in loving homes.
Making the world a better place
one pet at a time.
Sugar and Sweet Pie were both fussing over their eyes. Concerned about pink eye, Lori wanted to get help. After a visit to the vet, both cats got eye drops to clear up the condition. It turns out that Sweet Pie had some dental problems too and those got fixed up as well. Lori is very thankful to get both her darling cats back to good health.
How scary to have your new kitten get sick. Little Matt had an upper respiratory infection and needed help. Kaylynn came to us for help and help she got. Now Matt is scrambling and playing like the healthy kitten he is.
We don’t know all about the whole story but we do know that this bunny got help. Mr. Bunny was panting heavily and Dana was concerned about respiratory issues. A visit to the vet with the right treatment took care of the inflammation and Mr. Bunny is playing, eating and drinking as usual. Glad this cute guy is mended!
It smells great, looks interesting, and down it goes. Poor Tex, a lively 2 year old, ate something he wasn’t supposed to and got a bowel obstruction. He needed surgery immediately to remove the object. Sofia was able to get him in for surgery and Tex has recovered well. Staff at Coulee Region Humane Society process grants for Heart2Heart Pet Lifeline. Thanks to them for their fast action in getting help. Thanks to all of you who donate. Thanks to all the veterinary staff who help us care for our beloveds! A happy ending.
Don’t you feel rotten when you catch a cold? Char’s cat Chase a four month old, female cat, was pretty miserable with a severe URI. Char got Chase the veterinary care she needed. With prescribed antibiotics, Chase is back to her kitten self, eating, chasing, and purring like crazy.
Cats and urinary tract problems happen all too often. Kate’s cat, handsome Praline, had a urinary blockage that required surgery. Because of your support, Praline got the needed surgery and is doing very well, completely recovered (and got rid of the cone!). Kate and Praline thank you.
Big, lively Charles had a sore paw, slowing down his happy romps. Damien got him veterinary care resulting in a biopsy and amputated toe. All is well and Charles doesn’t miss that toe at all.
Flea infestation. Flea dermatitis. Are you scratching yet? Cheryl was very thankful for the assistance that we was able to provide for her pretty cat Sassy, who was itchy and grumpy. Now Sassy feels better – so Cheryl feels better too!
Seizures are frightening and Gambit was having them. Thanks to you, Caroline got Gambit the care he needed. He doesn’t love his new food but he is eating it, and the medication is doing its job. Gambit hasn’t had any more seizures.