Pet Project to Give Back

 

The month of February was perfect for ReVision Gives Back to honor Hospets, a local non-profit committed to protecting the loving bond between seniors and their 4-legged friends. When seniors are having medical issues or are in need of financial support, Hospets helps with much-needed services and supplies to ensure the pet continues to be cared for. Pet food, veterinary services, transportation, and alternate housing arrangements are all services provided by this grassroots organization.

Hospets is truly a passion project for Founder, Lisa who runs the operation with the help of volunteers. She constructed a spacious shelter on her property to house pets in need of temporary care and an office to house the donation supplies. Some of the most ‘in-demand’ items that make great donations include detergent, litter, cat and dog food, and financial donations to offset the cost of veterinary services.

To help support our furry friends in need, the ReVision Team hosted a month-long ‘Pet Project’ donation drive at each ReVision practice. These items were gifted to Hospets in addition to a financial donation that will help pets live happy, healthy lives with those they love the most. Learn more about this outstanding local nonprofit and how you can give the gift of your time or make a donation.

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