Sometimes pets from low-income families have veterinary emergencies that they can't afford. Many veterinary emergencies cost thousands of dollars, and most hospitals will not even see an animal without a deposit. When a low-income family faces this, they may be forced to surrender or euthanize their pet. You have the power to get these pets healthy and back into their loving homes. You have the power to mend broken hearts and save lives.
Alex’s own medical emergency spawned For the Love of Alex. When Alex became ill, his best friend and FTLOA founder did everything she could to save him. That’s when she realized that expensive pet care could keep some families from saving their fur babies, and For the Love of Alex was born.
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