THE DIANE RABON HOMELESS ANIMALS FUND
Updated April 2013
Seven pups and their mom, Charm, were found in a city park. They were taken to the Family PetCare Clinic, and the Diane Rabon Fund covered their expenses. Charm and the little charmers now have a home—see video.
Update: See puppy Sparkle in her new home at Westchester House.
The Diane Rabon Fund was established in memory of Diane Rabon (1939-2007). Diane loved animals and had expressed an interest in starting a fund for homeless pets.
After her death the fund was set up at Family PetCare Clinic. It is to be used for caring for homeless, stray, and unwanted pets. Expenses include shots, boarding, spaying/neutering, and other medical needs. Also, in cases where a client cannot afford to pay for needed medical treatment, the staff can use their discretion and offer a one-time deduction in costs, with the fund covering the difference. Many cats and dogs have already benefited from this fund.
The Diane Rabon Fund is a 501(c)3 organization and is sustained by contributions.
Your tax-deductible donation will help us continue to help animals.
1501 Handley Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76112