Important Update:

To all MexiPaws & The Morgan Fund family, friends, volunteers, followers and supporters...

yearly vaccines,December 20, 2019

It is with the utmost gratitude that I thank you for all the years of support. Because of people like you, we have been able to save countless lives and found forever homes for so many deserving dogs, and even a few cats! I personally feel, however, it is time to wind the program down and focus on my own wellbeing, personal life and family.

I will be ceasing operations of the MexiPaws rescue portion of the program and will focus solely on our three palliative care dogs, Chita, Eugene and Boltsie within “The Morgan Fund” and helping to sponsor local spay and neuter clinics for the less fortunate and abandoned.

I ask that you please consider donating towards Chita as she suffers from terminal cancer and severe allergies. We hope to have a few years left with her, but as she is a senior dog, we just never know. She is currently thriving and in very good health in her loving foster home, and we still need to cover her monthly medications, specialty food, allergy injections (Cytopoint), monthly medicated baths, monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives and yearly vaccines.

These foster homes were never meant to be permanent, but they opened their hearts to give a home to them for as long as they are with us on earth. So please, help us to make sure these homes have what they need.

I would also like to express my gratitude and support to fellow animal rescuers and animal rescue programs that I have had the pleasure to meet and work with throughout the past 6 years. Although there will sometimes be disagreements and different ways of seeing things, we ultimately all work towards one purpose, “saving animals”, and that is something we will always have in common.

I will always support anyone who has dedicated their life and efforts to animal rescue. I have learned so much from everyone I have met and for that I would like to thank you too.

In closing, I would like to ask that everyone be mindful of those involved in animal rescue. People who devote their time, energy and lives to rescue, day in and day out. To take the time to understand the pain and trauma these frontline people see and deal with every single day. As humans we have an obligation to support each other, not cause each other further distress. So, the next time you feel the need to criticize or speak ill of someone in rescue, please think of all the animals that will suffer because that rescuer can no longer do their work. Always think about the animals first.

Again, thank you! ~Tricia