Animals3's "Spotlight On" campaign presents a new and different animal, every month of the year, that has suffered from unconscionable abuse, traumatic injury or life-threatening illness. These twelve monthly fundraising campaigns must achieve their funding goals in just 30 days before Animals3 moves on to the next tragic animal story. These monthly Spotlight On stories are meant to acquaint Animals3's friends and donors with animal events and to direct their contributions to those specific animals.
Each campaign is tied to the specific story in that animal's life that required emergency care. All funds raised for that animal will be paid directly to the care-giver veterinarian to cover the costs of emergency and medical surgical care. Excess funds donated will be deposited into The Animals3 Fund for Spotlight On Campaign for future disbursement to veterinarians and other care-givers in qualifying cases.
This Month's SpotlightCharliK, a registered racing quarter horse, wound up in a dark, dank stable starving and ill from severe neglect. Now safe in the care of a rescue organization, she is receiving nourishing food and medical treatment. Her condition is guarded, but she is fighting hard to stay alive.
Read Behind All That Glitter and please give generously, so that more animals may be saved.
Updates on All of Our Featured Animals
You may ask where and how are they now? Many of the animals featured in our Spotlight Stories have recovered and have found their forever homes. A few are still awaiting adoption! Get the latest news on these animals on our Updates page.
Previous Spotlight Stories
||Sprinkled by Fairy Dust|
2016 - Eight Horses
||Intervention: Ripley, Burt, Shelly, and Copper|
Life of a Rescuer
||This One Last Chance|
||Lila Tate and Athena|
(Trap - Neuter - Release)
||The Gift of Life|
|4/1/2012||Buc and Laela|
||Midnight and London
|02/22/11||A Bouquet of Chrysanthemums|
|01/24/10||This is our chance for Adoption|
See 2011 Spotlight Stories and the impact
Animals3 donations have made to these animals in this slideshow: