Stray Animal Care Fund


Help us treat injured stray animals!

If you have found an injured stray in the local Tri-State area surrounding Blue Ridge, please refer to our injured stray animal page for information prior to bringing the pet to the hospital. If the stray dog or cat is in critical / life threatening condition, please bring the animal directly to the hospital for evaluation.

Mountain Emergency Animal Center has partnered with the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Foundation’s Veterinary Care Charitable Fund. Otherwise known as the AVMF, this foundation is a non-profit provider of funds donated in the name of a veterinary hospital. If you would like to help improve our ability to care for injured strays, please donate to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation Care Fund in our name. Our ability to assist with caring for injured strays is truly limited by funding. MEAC has agreed that our doctors, staff, and their expertise will be used to try to help strays.

Please note – our injured stray animal fund is small. Our ability to help injured strays depends on the severity of the wounds, our limited funds, and the ability of animal control, shelters, and local rescue groups to assist us. We are NOT a rescue group or humane society, we offer this stray animal fund to help local stray animals in the event of emergencies when we are able to do so.

We are only able to work with local animals (from the tri-state area served by MEAC. We cannot accept non-injured strays and will not accept animals that are surrendered by their owners.

Click on the AVMF donate button to make your tax deductible donation today!