Josie Needs Your Help To Walk Pain Free

Wednesday, April 8, 2020



Josie came to the Chautauqua County Humane Society as a stray with a pretty serious injury on April 6th of this year.  Josie has a torn ACL and needs your help to make the surgery that will get her walking without pain again possible. 

Josie is a two-year-old girl who loves nearly everyone she meets.  She is a big fan of affection and is really smart. She knows the sit, down and speak commands. Josie doesn’t let her injury get the best of her, she loves to play!

Adoption preparation is serious work at the Chautauqua County Humane Society.  Every pet that goes home requires some level of preparation so they are happy, healthy and ready to move in with their adoptive family.  In Josie’s case, she is going to need this surgery to fix her torn ACL. Like all surgery, there is going to be cost and recovery time. Henry Shaw, DVM will be performing the surgery on April 27th and it is predicted that after some recovery time in foster she will be ready to go home.  Shaw is donating a portion of the cost of the surgery as a way to help CCHS, with that the surgery will still cost $800.

With nearly all revenue streams cut off to CCHS, we are reaching out to you to show Josie the love and support she needs. If you would like to make Josie’s surgery possible,  please consider making a donation today.  

Your gift will not only get Josie one step closer to home.  You will also be entered into a drawing to win a free CCHS T-shirt and will receive an email with a special of Josie after her surgery.  Thank you.