The Polly Pocket Fund

The Polly Pocket Fund was started November 6, 2017 in memory of Polly Pocket. Polly Pocket was diagnosed blind and deaf at just 3 months of age. Polly Pocket suffered severe seizures and neurological symptoms shortly after her diagnosis. The decision was made to humanely allow her to run free. Polly Pocket never allowed her disabilities to slow her down and she loved attention and lived life to the fullest.

The Polly Pocket fund is used to provide immediate care to sick and severely injured cats and kittens. As a non-profit organization, our resources are limited when it comes to caring for expensive and difficult medical cases. That is why the development of this fund became necessary to help those animals most in need of our care and support.

This special fund is supported through the donations of generous people like you, who help us care for the sick and injured animals that cannot care for themselves.  The Polly Pocket Fund will help address the medical concerns for thousands of animals, including dental extractions, emergency leg amputations, hip surgery, eye enucleations, and medications. Even with the generosity of local veterinarians providing services at discounted rates, our medical costs can be very high. Please consider making a donation today to our Polly Pocket Fund, and help us provide the much needed medical care our animals deserve

We are a 501(c)(3) organization, and your donation is tax deductible.

Thank you for your support!