Kona is a 10-year-old American Eskimo who was found in a home alongside his deceased guardian by the police. Since there were no relatives he was taken to the county kill shelter. Due to Kona’s advanced age and poor medical condition, he had no hope of being adopted and was scheduled to be euthanized. At that point, Animal Guardian Network was contacted for help. Due to Kona’s condition, it was evident that he, and most likely his senior guardian, had not received proper care in a very long time. Even though we were close to capacity at the time, we knew we were Kona’s only hope. Kona’s extensive list of medical needs have now been addressed and he will live at our sanctuary for the rest of his life.
Kona’s story is the story of so many senior animals ending up in high kill shelters every day. Animal Guardian Network provides the highest level of around-the-clock care to all of our animal residents but we are running out of room at our current facility. A capital campaign is underway to double our capacity and space with the purchase of the adjoining property and building. We need the help of our animal loving community to expand and time is of the essence. Animal Guardian Network Sanctuary and Healing Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and all donations are fully tax deductible. Please consider a donation today by visiting our website (animalguardiannetwork.org) or mail your donation to Animal Guardian Network, 4815 E. Carefree Highway, Ste. 108-504, Cave Creek, AZ 85331. If anyone would like to schedule a tour to learn more about what we do and how you can help, call us at 623-780-1604 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your donation today is a life saved tomorrow.