Red Rover is wonderful. They responded the morning after I had sent a late night request in. Thanks to their help, Lilo is getting her surgery to remove her damaged eye and check for and treat a possible abscess in the eye socket. She is a young, sweet bunny and deserves a second chance at a long, healthy life.
Absolutely amazing. They responded so quick to my request. Kush and I couldn't be more thankful. Thank you Redrover!
Red Rover is absolutely amazing! The process of applying was quick and easy. The grant money helped Gus get the appropriate treatment for his injury. Red Rover was a very positive experience in a rather difficult situation. Gus came home today and I will forever be grateful for Red Rover for their help. ❤️
Red Rover has been amazing every step of the way. My baby Max (Labrador retriever) had to have emergency surgery on an obstruction in his belly and Red Rover not only helped by granting me the money but they were more than helpful with realizing the importance of time. Yall were so sweet and I'm so glad that you were there in my time of need!!! Keep up the good work!!!
Thank you Red Rover for helping my kitten Clay get the surgery he needed! Clay had swallowed a string from the blinds in my kitchen, as well as the plastic piece at the end! Red Rover donated money to help him get the surgery to remove it, and just in time too! We almost lost him! He is doing better now!! The 1st picture is the string and plastic piece they took out! The 2nd picture is Clay and his sister Jemma!
I was fortunate to find Redrover after being told our pitbull needed emergency surgery. He had eaten a sock which got stuck in his stomach. The surgery was estimated at over $3,000, which s pretty tough to come up with unexpectedly. After contacting about 15 non profits claiming to help with emergencies like this, Redrover was the only one that stepped up and did help us. It helped bridged the gap so we could save our baby.
Thank you Redrover :)
My name is Brian, and I am a proud owner of a Beautiful Blonde Silky Terrier named, Little Shirley Shamrock. Shirley was diagnosed with a Golfball size stone in her Bladder, with the possibility of her bladder rupturing, and killing her... With only day before this kind of thing happening, and Little Shirley needing an emergency operation to remove this stone, and with no other place to turn, I heard of a place called RedRover, that maybe able to help me with the Vet bill, that was way out of my reach, due to being Low-income. Towards the end, I was told that if, I did love my little Shirley Shamrock, that I would just have to have put her down to stop her suffering. Before this would happen, I would do anything. So I sent a request to RedRover and told them about Shirley, and her needs . RedRover responed to my request the next day, and to my surprise RedRover sent a check to the Vet Hospital, and my Little Shirley got the surgery that she so badly need. Thank You RedRover.
this is my service dog princess lulu after her surgery that red rover help me so she can have it and save her live. she had a bladder stone that was 10 inches around now image that on a 11lb pug and it was close up her bladder that was causing other problems to her body that would have killed my baby and she is all i had. thank you for the help
A while back I found out that one of my dogs had a tooth absess and needed to be operated on. Being withou funds and in an emergency is not a place I deserve on my worse enemies. But I'm glad I was able to turn to Red Rover. In no time they helped me out and my dog got the operation she needed. Thanks, Red Rover!