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Hearts United for Animals assists with emergency medical cases as funding allows. Sometimes an owner needs a little help in being able to keep their pet, sometimes a dog or cat in dire straits needs a place to go immediately where they can receive the medical attention and rehabilitation they need to find a happy new life. Without assistance these animals would not survive. We receive calls and emails daily from emergency animal clinics, distressed owners who are afraid they will lose their pets because they can’t afford care, city pounds that have taken in animals that are beyond their capacity to help, and concerned citizens or police officers who have found animals in desperate need. 

Without your donations these stories of hope, recovery and happy endings for the most needy of our animal friends would not be possible. Please consider a donation to assist with our emergency medical funding program so that we can help save more lives.

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While we cannot help in every case, we make an effort when funding is available. Because inquiries are numerous and funding is limited we require that you have asked friends and family for assistance first and that you have been turned down by Care Credit. If we cannot help we can refer you to other sources that may be able to assist once we learn more about the specific needs of your pet.

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Chihuahua Yorkie Babies and Adults Rescued from Illegal Breeding Operation
On Friday January 22nd, at the request of authorities, Hearts United for Animals rescued 5 adult Chihuahuas Yorkie mixes and 4 tiny Chihuahua Yorkie mix puppies from an illegal breeding operation just 15 miles from the HUA shelter.  The puppies are only 8 weeks old.  Their mother is very tiny herself, not much bigger than her babies.  She should never have been bred.  The home was such a filthy wreck that social services had been called.  It started from a tip from people who saw posts online of prior litters of pups that were urine scalded, had holes in their paws and were
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Meet The Lion King - Stray Dog Rescued After 3 Years On The Streets
HUA managers John and Julie arrived at Hearts United for Animals late yesterday afternoon with The Lion King. He has been homeless in a disadvantaged part of north Omaha (just north of 20th and Lake) for an estimate of three years. An HUA Director was alerted to the situation on December 10th. Local animal control had reportedly been trying to capture him for three years.  The dog, sweet but very afraid, only had the courage to approach children. Unfortunately, this summer those children thought it would be funny to dump green paint on him. He forgave them. He often walked with them to school, keeping them company at the bus stop, but no adult could get close enough to touch him. Kind neighbors, who nicknamed him The Lion King, reported
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A Tia's Place Story - Buddy's Best Christmas Surprise Ever
Buddy, an exceptionally sweet elderly Cocker Spaniel mix, is having a very Merry Christmas Eve.  He just heard the news that he and his two kitty pals, Ying and Kammer, who have all been together for 10 years, will get to go home to their mom on Tuesday.  They have been separated since November when their mom had to flee a domestic abuse situation that was putting her and her pets in grave danger.  She was facing eviction as well.  The domestic abuse shelter would not accept pets, so Buddy and his cat pals went to a city animal shelter where their mom thought they would be safe.  Unfortunately, she soon received a call saying they were no longer welcome.  They would either be adopted to other families or euthanized. 
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