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Saving Animal Victims

Working to End Animal Cruelty

The Arrow Fund is a Kentuckiana-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that rescues and rehabilitates the animal victims of extreme torture, abuse, or neglect. We strive to educate the public regarding the ongoing problem of animal cruelty and advocate strengthening our local, state, and national animal welfare laws. Learn more about our mission and our work here.

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Latest news from The Arrow Fund

1 day ago

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ELLIE HAS FOUND HER FOREVER FAMILY! When this sweet girl came to The Arrow Fund she had been shot with a BB gun multiple times, was covered with over 100 ticks (some the size of a dime) and had a chronic fracture of her right back leg! Today after her lengthy recovery she is now with her family. She has a full family of 5 that will be there to keep her busy and give her all the attention and love she can handle. If you want to learn more about how you can support The Arrow Fund, and be a part of these happy endings, visit thearrowfund.org ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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UPDATE ON PUMPKIN! The bullet passed through and lodged next to her shoulder on the other side. All other major organs were amazingly unaffected. There is a small fracture in her shoulder bone that should heal on its own, although it will be quite painful. She will need pain meds, antibiotics for the wound that went from one side of her body to the other and a sling, to help her walk, and strict cage rest for a few weeks while she heals. Thank you so much for all your prayers and support!

INCOMING! CODE RED! PUMPKIN WAS SHOT ON THANKSGIVING! She was rushed to Medvets in Lexington last night in critical condition so that she could be stabilized. Transport is now in route to get her to Metropolitan here in Louisville. This beautiful girl is a fighter and she needs all of us on her side. Please consider donating to her veterinary care by either the button below or by mail to PO Box 1127, Prospect, Ky 40059.
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