Patches: Found Blind, Unable to Breathe and with Multiple Infections

Patches: Found Blind, Unable to Breathe and with Multiple Infections

Can you imagine being in a loud place, unable to see, unable to breath, eyes and nose caked with infection?

That is exactly how a Good Samaritan found this tiny baby named Patches at a local company in Alabama.

Troy Animal Rescue Project took Patches directly to Troy Animal Clinic, where they are working to save her life. She has a long way to go. The rescue does not know exactly what happened to her or what medical conditions and treatment they will face. But, rescuers are committed to saving her.

The vet bills for Troy Animal Rescue Project are in the thousands and intake requests have continued to pour in - intakes like this little girl who we could not turn away.

Hendrick & Co. has created this campaign to raise the funds needed to save the little kitten. With each and every purchase, we will donate to help Troy Animal Rescue Project save Patches.
Save Patches Bumper Stickers: 7.5" × 3.75"
Save Patches Bumper Stickers: 7.5" × 3.75"
Save Patches Bumper Stickers: 7.5" × 3.75"
Save Patches Bumper Stickers: 7.5" × 3.75"
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Your Purchases Support Troy Animal Rescue Project

Troy Animal Rescue Project was formed in March of 2014. Since this time, we have assisted in the placement of thousands of pets across south Alabama. Troy Animal Rescue Project is a 501c3 non-profit, no-kill, volunteer rescue organization serving Pike County, AL and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to rescuing pets left homeless, pets given up by their owners, pets in abuse/neglect situations, and pets at risk for euthanasia at local shelters.