If you are a senior citizen needing food for your pet(s) and don’t have an affiliation with a local senior center, you can apply to have pet food delivered to your home. If you are interested in participating in the Henry’s Helping Paws Program, please complete our form.
Linda, Howard & Abby
We wish to thanks Animal Care of PA and Henry's Helping Paws for your help with our fur baby Abby.
Abby is a 13-year-old Westie-Peek-a-Poo rescue We have had her as part of our family since she was 5-months old. She has always been a cute lively little dog until about a year ago she started having problems with her digestive tract. The new vet suggested Science Hill Sensitive Stomach and Skin food for her. We started to buy this food for her and we were amazed at the difference. She acts like a puppy again and enjoys the food.
The problem was that the food was expensive and we are on a limited income but we paid for it and adjusted, or did without because Abby is part of our family. Then we received a note from the social worker at Luther House about this program to help with vet bills and food. We applied and were accepted We now receive from Science Diet Hills to Home the food that Abby needs for her digestion free of charge plus with vet bills in the future.
Thank you for helping us ad our little Abby. She is happy and loves everybody and waits to go outside to get all her friends to pet her.
Linda, Howard & Abby
Janie & Sundance
Dear Animal Care of PA,
I am still in awe over what you have done to make it possible for my Sundance to continue in the best of health.
Because of your generosity, he was able to have his annual wellness visit with my veterinarian, Crestview Animal Clinic. Thank you for paying for the entire bill, which also included a year's supply of heartworm preventive medication.
What a blessing that Henry's Helping Paws program has been in my life. On behalf of myself and Sundance, please accept my deepest gratitude!
Janie and Sundance
Jane & Tootsie
I recently took my cat, Tootsie, to the West Caln Animal Vet. Tootsie is a rescue cat that my daughter saw on the internet. Tootsie was given up by a 92-year-old woman who was moving into a nursing home. My daughter saw her on the internet and gave her to me for Mother's Day. Tootsie had her shots but needed expensive dental work, which I could not afford. Because of you, she had her dental work, which included an overnight stay and several teeth removed plus treatment for an infection. I went to pick her up and was given all her medications that she needed to recover. The bill was paid in full by your generous donors. Many, many thanks to your organization!Jane & Tootsie