These are just a few of our victory dogs we have hundreds we have rescued and cats to. Brighton was running the highway when I found him, he had a pellet in his forehead and was scared to death. I tried to flag some cars down but no one would help so I kept trying. Finally a woman pulled over and I asked her for her scarf I put it around Brighton's neck and picked him up and put him in my van. I called my sister Barbie and Michelle they came to help me find the dogs home. We were unable to find his owners so we looked for a forever home for Brighton. We are happy to announce that Brighton got a great home and is living in the country with two loving adoptees, his name is now Buddy.
Victory for Animals Society currently owns one minivan transportation vehicle, we are looking for volunteer transport bus as we intend to keep growing, if you are interested in sponsoring a vehicle please contact us. We are also hoping to expand so that we may purchase a facility and land in order to take in more animals we do all of this work on sponsorship and fundraising.
We rescued 3 dogs from London a month ago and supplied medical treatment to them we also found them loving homes. We found a dog in Trenton that needed assistance he is blind and would sit day in and day out on a bed in a hotel room. We took over his medical bills and now are working on having his painful eyes removed so he can live a comfortable life.
Gaul : Lives in South Korea where the meat trade is very high. This little angel could have been on someones plate, but EFL rescued her. VFA Society paid all flight costs, adoption fees and vaccines to have her flown her to safety in Canada. He was adopted out but a lovely family who runs Pet me Please in Frankford, thank you Max and Silke, Gaul is now named Oliver.
Runty: She came from Seoul South Korea and had truly made our home a wonderful place filled with laughter and love. She came in on July 25th, 2015 and was suppose to be adopted out but when we saw that little face and those big ears we could not think about letting her go so we have adopted her and she is now safe in Canada, thank you to EFL and Adam Carr for helping out with this rescue. Runty had extensive surgery on her hip as her legs fell through the bottom of the cage and the other dogs bullied her and broke her hip. VFA Society paid all flight costs, spay costs, vaccine and adoption costs.
Casper is the little blind dog we found in Trenton Ontario. His owner could no longer care for Casper and he would be in a hotel room day and night alone without being able to see. He needs his eyes removed and surgery is extremely costly. VFA Society is working along with a Toronto vet the costs are $4000.00 but they will do surgery for $800.00 VFA will cover all costs but we need help, please we cannot keep our doors open just putting out money we need some coming in so that we can continue our work rescuing animals. Please if you can help even with 1 dollar click our donate button thank you.