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Kirkland, WA 98033
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PO Box 58
Kirkland, WA 98083-0058

 

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Lil' Joey's Fund

To be put in trust and be used solely for advanced veterinary care of dogs under the care of MEOW's Canine Division.

Lil Joey's Fund was started in February of 2006 in memory of a 5-year-old SharPei we called Joey. At one point we started collecting funds for Joey's treatment when it was thought he had Addison's Disease. When it turned out he had malignant cancer, he was put to rest. But in his memory, Lil' Joey's Fund lives on.

How to Donate
Please send checks to:
Lil' Joey's Fund
c/o MEOW
PO Box 58
Kirkland, WA 98083-0058

Send donations directly to MEOW via Pay Pal.

 

NEW -- WE ARE NOW ABLE TO ACCEPT RECURRING DONATIONS!

A monthly or quarterly donation, made through Click and Pledge, is an easy and wonderful way to help the animals all year long. There is a small credit card processing fee, which is removed from each payment, but it's not any higher than regular credit card processing fees. Each time your donation is processed you will receive an email receipt. Add a comment when you register that you'd like your donation to go into Lil Joey's Fund.

Donate Today -- It Makes A Difference.

Send a gift card for any occasion and let your friend/family member know that you are honoring them by donating to Lil Joey's Fund.

 

 

MEOW's Mercy Fund

Many years ago, before MEOW became a registered non-profit animal rescue charity, we coined a phrase and adopted a motto to underscore our beliefs: "...all nine lives are precious." Since its creation, this motto has been a visible element of our logo and ever present in our daily work. Its message is woven into our Mission Statement and engraved on the hearts of our volunteers and supporters. The words are as quiet and delicate as a kitten's purr yet the commitment implied could not be stronger. All nine lives are precious. MEOW remains committed to our no-nonsense, no holds barred, no-kill policy. We continue to ask that people return MEOW cats to us if they are no longer able to care for them. We've had cats returned to us for countless reasons. It doesn't really matter why. What does matter is that we still believe these cats have a right to live and a right to a loving home. We still believe in our responsibility to provide them that opportunity. We made a promise to them, whether it was yesterday or ten years ago; once they became a part of the MEOW family, they were safe. We said it then, we meant it then, and we still believe it now. ...all nine lives are precious.

MEOW does not turn away from the severely injured or ill, the special needs cats and kittens. Admittedly, the cost of caring for them is higher, but the rewards are so very great, particularly for those animals whose chances are limited elsewhere and for the people who will eventually love them for the rest of their lives. Below are just some of our happy endings in 2007 that bring tears to our eyes each time we tell them. ...all nine lives are precious.

There was Renoir, a handsome boy whose side had been punctured by a twig and then the wound had sealed over it. Undetected for weeks, his infection very nearly killed him. The persistence of the veterinarian literally saved his life. Spot, a young tuxedo girl, lost a leg after being hit by a car, but whose life was graciously spared by the veterinarian who was asked to euthanize her. The sweet kitten we named Mila (meaning "miracle") was literally at death's door from neglect. Weeks of intensive care brought her back again. Adam, just three months old, whose strangulated hernia required immediate lifesaving surgery. Zeek was born with a genetic anomaly in his front left leg which required splinting and therapy to enable him to walk normally. His veterinarians and his foster mom have been his therapists and biggest cheerleaders. Stormy needed immediate intervention to be saved from liver failure. With outstanding care from her veterinarians, shelter staff and volunteers and finally her foster mom, she's back to perfect health today. Tweak, terrified and traumatized, had severe lacerations and missing teeth from an auto accident. After a lengthy recovery period, she's now confident and pampered in her new home. Tres' left front paw was literally hanging by a thread. Months later, his slow rehabilitation continues but his joy is ever present. Mulligan, a victim of human cruelty, who in spite of severe internal injuries has the most loving and forgiving nature. And there are so many, many more stories.

We are so grateful for those who donate to our Mercy Fund which helps ensure we can continue to provide for these amazing animals. We are ever indebted to the veterinarians who advise and assist, as well as perform miracles to save the lives of animals which others have cast aside. Finally, we thank the people who adopt each and every one of our dear furry friends, especially those who choose the senior cats, or will take a chance on the cats and kittens with challenges (the ones who may be considered less than perfect in the eyes of many).

How to Donate

Please send checks to:
MEOW's Mercy Fund
c/o MEOW
PO Box 58
Kirkland, WA 98083-0058

Send donations directly to MEOW via Pay Pal.

 

NEW -- WE ARE NOW ABLE TO ACCEPT RECURRING DONATIONS!

A monthly or quarterly donation, made through Click and Pledge, is an easy and wonderful way to help the animals all year long. There is a small credit card processing fee, which is removed from each payment, but it's not any higher than regular credit card processing fees. Each time your donation is processed you will receive an email receipt. Add a comment when you register that you'd like your donation go to the Mercy Fund.

Donate Today -- It Makes A Difference.