All of us at the JLACF are volunteers, and we do this because we love animals and understand the importance that our furry friends have in our lives. Countless studies have documented the relationship between animal companionship and human physical and psychological health. Those in need span all age groups, and we believe they should be given the opportunity to spend more quality time with their loved one, and that is the reason we do what we do!  

January 22, 2019

Jojo’s Mom reached out to us from Massachusetts, and she needed help to keep her baby. Her words say it

January 22, 2019

Amelia’s Mom contacted us from Tennessee because she needed help caring for Amelia’s nasal tumor. ¬†We agree with Amelia’s Mom

January 22, 2019

Emma’s Mom contacted us all the way from Valley Village, California, as she needed some help with her beautiful Golden

January 22, 2019

Tucker was diagnosed with lymphoma and his Veterinary Oncologist in Connecticut sent his Family to us to help Tucker get

January 22, 2019

Zoey was adopted by a loving Family in Michigan who understood that she had a difficult past. Even with this

January 22, 2019

Beau came from a difficult background, but he still gave unconditional love to his Family- how can you not give

November 14, 2018

Zooey’s Family contacted the JLACF and needed some help bridging the gap between the medical possibilities and the cost of

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