A Look Back at 2016

Roxie

Roxie

It’s hard to believe the year 2016 is almost history! As we look forward to 2017, and working with our awesome veterinary partners to save the lives of beloved family pets in need of emergency medical care, we thought we’d take a quick look back at some of the highlights of the past year.

Mogget

Mogget

The year 2016 marked FACE’s 10th anniversary. From 2006 to 2016, we have helped save over 1,600 lives.

Rex

Rex

We are one of a small handful of U.S. non-profits with a mission to save family pets from the tragedy of economic euthanasia. We began with one hospital partner…today we have over 125 veterinary partners throughout San Diego County. Our partners discount their services by at least 25% for FACE cases.

Maggy

Maggy

As of 2016, our Humane Education program has positively impacted over 800 youth in our community. Our brand-new program, Roxy’s Dental Clinic, has provided free dental care to 15 pets who were former FACE grantees.

Olaf

Olaf

We are also celebrating our partnership with the Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo. To date, they have granted FACE over $30,000 to help save pets with cancer…something we have never been able to do before.

Koa

Koa

Thanks to all of our friends and supporters for a great 2016…we can’t wait for next year!

 

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9 thoughts on “A Look Back at 2016

  1. Oh you guys are incredible. I have tears in my eyes!! Hubby and I care for and Love 11 special needs cats, with all monies coming from our pockets. We receive no donations and most people view us as “nuts”. We are leaning ways to address their conditions with means other then mainstream medicine, yes using medicine but to a minimal. Much research we have done again with no help and “spirit” has taught me ways how to do hands on healing. I KNOW the commitment something like this takes. Bless all of you!!! ❤

      • Inn is full. It has been for years. We no longer can take any more cats in. We are walking out what we presently have in our lives. We at one point had 16. Today we have 11. Believe me, that is more then enough. We do not adopt these cats out because they have too many problems, problems we address ourselves.

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