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Medical Miracle Worker

Make a significant difference in the lives of pets who need extensive care, have significant medical needs or require surgical procedures. Help ARLNH save the lives of those who need it the most.

When Iggy (pictured above) came to the Animal Rescue League of NH he had been living with a painful old injury to his leg for an extended period of time. As a stray, we didn’t know much about his history, but we knew he needed us, and luckily we were able to be there for him because of our friends like you.

 

Iggy was able to have surgery to remove his extremely painful leg and now he gets around better than ever! His surgery was completely funded by donations through our generous Medical Miracle Workers. Because of them, Iggy was able to get adopted and is very much loved by his new family. 

 

Unfortunately, we see cases like Iggy’s all the time at the Animal Rescue League of NH. Whether it’s a dog that needs a major surgery, a cat that has an ongoing illness, a rabbit that needs a wound repaired, or a rat that needs a mass removed - we are here for them all because of you.

CURRENT CASES

RATS

This group of 14 rats all came to the ARLNH on the same day, outnumbering the cages we had available. Worse however, they all had severe medical conditions that needed to be treated. They were living in inappropriate housing that was not kept clean causing them to suffer from mites and respiratory infections. Three of the rats suffered from mammary masses that took up the majority of their body weight that needed to be surgically removed.

CLICK THROUGH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR TREATMENT COST

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CLICK THROUGH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AVIATOR'S TREATMENT COST

RANDY

After a long drive up from North Carolina, Randy tested positive for a fungal disease called Ringworm. Unfortunately, it could take months worth of medical treatment before he is cleared to go up for adoption.

CLICK THROUGH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT FIDO'S TREATMENT COST

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How does the program work?

The Medical Miracle Worker (MMW) program will establish a fund for use of emergency or extensive medical treatment for any animal that needs it. If requests are made for a specific animal and there are more than enough funds to cover the needed care, the balance will be placed in the fund for use in subsequent cases. Signing up as a MMW means you will receive an “alert” when there is a pressing need. There is no minimum donation requirement, and donations can be one time or monthly. We can accept donations via cash, credit or check. 

 

If you are interested in the Medical Miracle Worker Program, please contact:

 

Marianne Jones, CEO

603-472-3647 ext 116

mjones@rescueleague.org 

 

If you do not want to participate in the program, but would like to donate to help with our medical costs,

please go to our donation page.