Loomis Basin Veterinary Clinic’s Helping Pets Fund
Because we believe every pet deserves access to the best veterinary care, we established Loomis Basin Veterinary Clinic’s Helping Pets Fund. It gives Loomis Basin clients, friends, and staff the opportunity to donate funds to our hospital to assist pets that need extensive medical or surgical care by supplementing the financial cost of services for owners who may not have access to the funds needed to provide such care.
The Loomis Basin Helping Pets Fund was officially introduced in 2009 in conjunction with the 49er Fire in Auburn. That fire destroyed many homes and businesses and also was responsible for injuries to a large number of dogs and cats. The outpouring of community support prompted us to establish an ongoing fund. The Helping Pets Fund has been able to provide financial assistance to help ensure high quality medical and surgical care is available for a variety of pets in need.
In 2010, the Helping Pets Fund was renamed the Aletha Resnikoff Helping Pets Fund in honor of Aletha Resnikoff. Aletha was a caring, compassionate pet owner. This thoughtful woman generously bequeathed her home in Auburn to Loomis Basin Veterinary Clinic to help provide excellent veterinary care for pets in need. We are humbled by her charitable giving spirit and honor her memory by renaming the fund as a tribute to her generosity.
If you would like to donate funds and provide generous assistance to pets that need life-saving care, please contact a member of our staff for more information. If you would like to make a significant financial contribution to the Helping Pets Fund, please contact our hospital administrator, Jon Cunnington.
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