Who doesn’t love a cute puppy? Just look at these 9 week old siblings named Mack and Peter. This brother and sister duo were rejects from a breeder. They were born with cleft lips and palates. Their deformities rendered them as damaged goods. They were dropped off at a veterinarian when they were just days old and scheduled for euthanasia but were given the opportunity to bring them into our adoption program. We were also able to convince the breeder to spay the mom so the breeding would stop. The issues with their birth defect made bottle feeding impossible at first. Our medical staff spent countless hours caring for and feeding these babies. Days after arriving, Peter fell very ill. A blood test showed that he was septic, a dangerous infection in the blood. Thankfully our amazing staff, with the guidance of Dr. Rutz, were able to give him a life-saving blood transfusion. We were all on pins and needles, waiting to see signs of improvement. Within a couple of days, Peter regained his strength and started growing stronger. Eventually this duo was able to transition from tube feeding to bottle feeding and today, they are thriving and eating puppy food. For now, these two have to be fed with great care to prevent food from getting into their palates. Mack and Peter will be seeing a specialist soon to determine what future medical care they will need. Your support means unwanted pets like Mack and Peter receive the care they need in order to lead long happy healthy lives with their future adopters.

Thanks to generous supports their consultation has been paid for and is scheduled for Early next month. Mack and Peter have a loving home waiting for them as soon as they are available for adoption.

As we near the end of 2017, the Enid SPCA Board of Directors and Staff would like to say “Thank you” for the support you have provided over the past year. Your consistent support drives the success of the Enid SPCA and we strive to use all of that support in an extremely responsible manner. This year, your support has enabled us to create an even greater impact in our community.
Thanks to your continued support the Enid SPCA has been able to help over 3000 dogs and cats this year. Please consider making your 2017 tax-deductible gift today for support of the work we do to make our community a more humane place to live. Your year-end support is essential to our ability to help provide for these animals, and contributes to improving the health and welfare of companion animals in and around our community.
It is with great pride that we can recognize so many successes in 2017:

Spayed/neutered over 1800 animals

Prepared over 835 animals for their forever home

Had over 9750 hours volunteered at the shelter

Adopted out 816 animals to their forever homes (an all-time record!)

Saved 150 animals through our Rescue Waggin’ program

Applied for and was awarded $74,085 from PetSmart Charities to conduct 1000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries through our MPACT program

Provided food to over 600 pets monthly, through our community pet food bank
We are so excited to share these successes with you because without you they would not be possible! We need your help more than ever to continue reaching our goals and strengthening the Enid SPCA’s ability to provide care for the pets in need that live right here in our community.
How can you help? As you review your end-of-the year donations, please consider donating an additional amount to the Enid SPCA. Would you be willing to make a special year-end donation to help us meet our goal and help more dogs and cats in our community?
Your contribution, no matter the size, will make a difference in changing lives! We promise to continue to be fiscally responsible to ensure that the majority of your gift goes directly towards the care of pets in need.
And remember—please encourage everyone to spay or neuter their pets!

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