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Another Sunny Day Fund

Imagine that your pet sick and suffering, and you cannot afford proper veterinary care. No one should have to fear for their pet’s well-being because of financial circumstances. In memory of Sunny, whose owner approached us with the dilemma of being denied veterinary care for Sunny while recovering from his own illness, we created the Another Sunny Day Fund to assist those in similar situations.

Four Legged Friends Foundation is committed that finances need not stop a pet from getting the care it needs. Our intention is to help as many animals

as possible and to expand the services of Another Sunny Day Fund to include customized veterinarian payment plans and assisting disabled and ill individuals who are in financial hardship with the daily care of their pets.

Currently we are developing a Give Me a Paw Veterinary Guide to help the community find the right care for their pet and to support those compassionate veterinarians that have assisted pets with Another Sunny Day Fund.

To refer a veterinarian please click here and fill out a survey for our guide.

** Four Legged Friends is unable to help with financial support at this time. **

To refer to our additional funding resources click here

Referred Low Cost Veterinarians for Spay/Neuter and Office Visits:

Animal Birth Control
1950 PCH
Lomita, CA 90717
(310) 539-3112

Holiday Humane – North Hollywood
7301 Fulton Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91605
(818) 765-8196

Holiday Humane – Reseda
8537 Reseda Blvd
Reseda, CA 91335
(818) 993-4103

Please support animals in need of care by donating to Another Sunny Day Fund.

“Thank you again for helping Ella back in December. As you can see she’s well recovered and onto celebrating her first birthday in July! Last November I “rescued” Ella when she was returned and it was then discovered that Ella had a loud heart murmur. The breeder was planning to put her to sleep. I had just lost my 14 year old Maltese Lucy and guess I took on Ella to try and help save a life. The murmur was in fact a correctable PDA (Patent ductus arteriosis is a birth defect representing the second most common congenital heart defect in dogs). I raised $3,000 for the surgery — Sandra and Four Legged Friends was our first donor. That got the ball rolling. Thank You!”
Ella and Deborah Gilels

Click here for more Another Sunny Day Fund testimonials.