Pet Medical Crisis Fund
Pet Medical Crisis (PMC) is a registered not-for-profit charity with DRG (donations over $2 are tax deductible). PMC aims to assist pensioners and disadvantaged pet owners in Victoria who cannot afford the cost of veterinary care. We are a last ditch effort to achieve veterinary care and precent unnecessary euthanising once all other avenues of funding have been exhausted.
Starting in 2010 after the founder's Border Collie Jed ruptured 3 discs in his back chasing seagulls - and ran up $35,000 in veterinary costs over 3 years. The charity was established to assist pensioners to have the chance to save their loved pets.
By 2019 the charity had raised over $460K to assist over 515 pensioner's pets with treatments to return home to their loved owners.
The charity typically assists pensioners who have no means of affording veterinary care:
those on DSP,
with disabled children,
with mental health issues,
pensioners with chronic health issues etc
PMC cannot assist with consultations, diagnostics or chronic medical conditions and pets need to have a good-reasonable prognosis.
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