The Waggle Foundation is a crowd-funding platform that helps reduce economic euthanasia in pets, striving to help every pet in need, just as their motto says “No pet parent should lose their best friend because of financial hardship.”
That’s why ICanHasCheezburger is proud and excited to team up with the Waggle Foundation and to introduce the “Pet of the Month” initiative.
Each month ICanHasCheezburger will be featuring a critical pet in need of financial aid. Their story, the adorable pictures, and their incredible journey from the kindness of strangers.
100% of the Donations will go directly to the providers helping the animals in need.
Without further ado, we would like to introduce Brock!
Brock, an eight-week-old German Shepherd mix puppy in Jacksonville, NC, in need of an emergency and immediate leg surgery. Here is his story…
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Brock is alive because of kindness.
The kindness of strangers, the kindness of amazing people working together, and dedicating themselves to rescuing animals in need, and the help from The Waggle Foundation. The people who found Brock scooped him up and brought him to a shelter, that we’re able to contact Adoption First Animal Rescue. The organization was able to race over and pick Brock up. “We brought Brock back to our rescue center,” Staci V., with the nonprofit organization, told Waggle. “You could clearly see that all of his legs are very sensitive to the touch. He is dragging one of his legs when he walks.”
Five Oaks Animal Hospital discovered that Brock has an old leg injury sadly cannot be repaired with orthopedic surgery and he will need to have his leg amputated. The Waggle Foundation is now trying to raise the money for the operation.
Due to the placement of the injury and specialist will need to perform the surgery. The rescue organization Adoption First Animal Rescue relies on donations and support from the animal-loving community to continue and help pets in need just like Brock.
Post-op Brock is expected to bounce back quickly and will be ready for his forever home.
“Our rescue will make sure he gets the medical treatment he needs and then find him a wonderful family,” Staci adds. “This puppy is only eight to ten weeks old, and he deserves to live an entire full life.”
And we couldn’t agree more.
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Just take a Look at Their Success Stories – Darka and Lulu
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