Pet Peace of Mind is offered to Mercy Hospice patients and is provided at no cost and supported through grants from Purina, Mercy Women with a Mission and individuals. If there is a financial need, we help with food, litter, veterinary services, medications and grooming or boarding. If there is not a plan for the pet to stay with family or friends after the patients passing, we will also help with rehoming. Knowing their pet will be cared for after they are gone brings an extra level of peace and also lightens the burden on shelters as this is one of the top reasons why pets are relinquished.
Feline Favorites Classic Variety Pack Cat Treats, 3-oz bag, case of 4
Flavor Snacks Biscuit Small Dog Treats, 7-lb box
Mini's Flavor Snacks Beef, Chicken & Bacon Flavored Biscuit Dog Treats, 36-oz tub
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Party Mix Crunch Beachside Cat Treats, 2.1-oz bag
Our Adoption Process
Our Pet Peace of Mind Coordinator will conduct the original interview in order to find a loving home. After this initial interview and if we feel it would be a great fit, a introduction between the potential adopter and the pet will be arranged. Our ...