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Pet Medical Crisis

Pet Medical Crisis General Appeal


Funds are being collected to save the lives of pets whose owners cannot afford their emergency treatment.

How will the funds be used?

Funds are used to pay for life-saving veterinary care for pensioner's pets;  Funds are only paid to treating veterinary practices - never to individuals;

Funds bridge the gap between discounted veterinary costs and the owner's contribution;

Cases meet an inclusion criteria (eg. a pensioner who have exhausted all other avenues of funding veterinary care and whose pets are in danger of being unnecessarily euthanised);

Vets are asked to discount veterinary costs to being 'not for profit';

Pensioners / disadvantaged owners contribute as much as they can;

Pet Medical Crisis Fund aims to bridge the gap between the vet's costs and owner's contribution, to a maximum of $1,000;

Donations for specific pets' needs can be made by mentioning the pet's name in the 'message' and 100% will go directly to that case until the fees are paid - after which any residual remains in the PMCF to assist future cases in the general appeal.


Key Areas of Expenditure

Emergency veterinary surgery
Emergency veterinary medical treatment
Life saving veterinary care
Necessitous circumstance relief related to veterinary care

Help Pet Medical Crisis to reach their goal of $1,000,000

$235,514 raised

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Contact Details

PO Box 360 Hawthorn Road

Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.