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For The Love Of Alex Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals

Mission: For The Love Of Alex Inc. works with reputable veterinarians, veterinary hospitals and the veterinary schools at some of the finest universities in the country to fund life-saving and urgent medical care for pets of low-income families and individuals.

Results: Because of our donors, since we began in mid 2013, we have been able to fund over $1,500,000 in veterinary care for the pets of low-income families.

Target demographics: low-income families with veterinary medical emergencies.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 120 pet cases.

Geographic areas served: across the United States

Programs: For The Love of Alex Inc provides direct funding to veterinarians and veterinary hospitals to help pay for urgent and life-saving medical care for pets of low-income families. Since we began in May of 2013, we have funded over $1,500,000 in veterinary care.

Community Story

Client Served

Rating: 5

We had already spent 900 dollars of our rent money on diagnosing our beautiful Reef, the calico cat that rescued us 2 years ago when I reached out to For the love of Alex. Reef had diabetes and muscle atrophy.
We were 6 weeks into the Covid crisis, both my husband and myself unemployed all that time, and for noone knows how long, and I really felt hopeless. None of our local resources were taking cases due to quarantine rules. When the angelic voice on the phone said she was with FTLA I couldn't believe it! ( When I emailed them I fully expected to be turned down, simply because of the number of families in need. )They were going to help! Reef had a chance! My prayers were answered by the Angel's. Alex's angels.
Turns out after further tests that I could not have gotten otherwise, that Reef is not only diabetic but she has an old spinal cord injury that is being worsened by muscle atrophy and arthritis. Also turns out she is a senior kitty, between 8 and 12 years old.
Reef really had no chance to live out her years with us without FTLA.
Now we are able to manage both her pain and her diabetes, and she is coming back to herself. Our queen.
There will never be words adequate to communicate our thankfullness, but we will pay it forward in thanks and testimony. Please, even if it's only 5 dollars, give to FTLA when you can. Share their posts. They are the real deal, helping pet families in dire emergency.