McKamey Animal Center
Funded in 2022
McKamey Animal Center (MAC) opened its doors in 2008 with the mission of Saving Animals, Helping People. MAC’s vision is to eliminate animal overpopulation, cruelty, and neglect by creating a culture of compassionate care, community engagement, and advocacy for animals. They provide programs and education that support people and companion animals. In 2021, MAC sheltered more than 4,200 animals and helped thousands of others in the local community.
Support from Grey Muzzle will allow McKamey Animal Center to provide comprehensive medical and dental care for senior pets, improving their chances of adoption. Funds will cover the cost of medical care for dogs like 15-year-old Lolette, who came to MAC after her owner passed away. The grant will also allow MAC to provide end-of-life care and pet supplies to owners of senior pets who have life-limiting conditions.