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Poor Teddy was found outside, left abandoned and in very rough shape. He was weak and needed immediate assistance. We don’t know how long he had been abandoned, but he was filthy, covered in fleas, his eye was injured, crusted shut, and he could barely open it. Teddy was thankfully found by someone who was looking for her own cat that got outside, and she felt it was a sign and couldn’t ignore him. Adirondack Save a Stray immediately got him to our vet where he could receive the emergency care he needed. Teddy had to stay under veterinary care for several days for treatment and fluids for his high fever and injuries. Thankfully, he is a fighter with a will to live. After showing some improvement, he was released into the care of one of our fosters where she continued his medications, gave him lots of support, love, and TLC. Teddy continued to improve and was strong enough to return to the vet for his neuter and vaccinations. However, a week later he didn’t seem interested in eating and began throwing up. ASAS brought Teddy back to the veterinarian for an exam and additional bloodwork. He now has an elevated white blood cell count, his kidneys look irregular and he must remain in the hospital. Teddy has been through so much but continues to fight for his life. His foster says he is such a sweetheart and absolutely loves getting affection. He just wants to be loved, and ASAS will continue to give him the care he needs so he can heal and be adopted into a loving, forever home.

If you would like to help us to continue Teddy's fight, please donate so we can provide him the best care possible. Checks can be mailed to: PO Box 185, Corinth, NY 12822. Or you can also donate via Paypal:

Adirondack Save A Stray saves hundreds of animals each year and has strong ties within the community.


We always try to give back, whether it be through our pet food bank, low-cost veterinary care program, pet referral website, community education, adoptions and much more. The lives we save and the people we help are directly impacted by our efforts.


The fact is that you are our lifeline to keep our doors open. Our mission as a no-kill animal shelter is to save the lives of as many cats and dogs as we can. We are proud of the work we do and our record speaks for itself. There is no way that we can continue to house animals and help those in need, and do it properly, without you coming to our aid. We receive no federal, state or local funding and therefore depend on your kindness for which we are very grateful.


The volunteers at Adirondack Save A Stray see so much pain and suffering that it is hard to keep on going in the face of such adversity. We work 24/7, many times at the expense of family, friends and loved ones and even on the holidays, to make sure our animals are safe, healthy and happy


What keeps us going? Our love of animals, the response from happy adopters, pictures, smiles and your support that pours into the shelter every day. However, more money goes out then what comes in. To continue our mission of saving these babies we need your support. We have no other place to turn but to you. Please consider donating today. 


Your donation may just save the next life!

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