We wouldn’t be able to run Newman Nation: Senior Pets United without the generous contributions from donors. Your support funds the necessary and extensive veterinary care that our neglected senior cats and dogs need. Even the smallest donation has the power to save a senior animal’s life. Feel good that your donation is tax-deductible and every cent of it goes to medical expenses and supplies (food, litter, diapers, etc.) as we are a 100% volunteer-run organization.
We rescued Dora in May of 2022. She had an enormous ulcerated tumor on her shoulder that was hindering her quality of life. Thanks to donations, Newman Nation was able to get Dora the major surgery she needed to remove the mass and send it out for biopsy.
Cash or check donations can be mailed to:
Newman Nation PO Box 114 Island Lake, IL 60042
See The Difference Your Donation Makes!
Jane was found as a stray on death’s door in December 2018. She was skin and bones starving, had bacterial, viral, and fungal infections in addition to deadly blastomycosis, had multiple mammary tumors, and eye issues. We were afraid we were going to lose her numerous times but Jane is a fighter and made it through years of treatments and surgeries and is now a healthy, 100lb girl. We would never have been able to cover the thousands of dollars worth of ongoing care for Jane without donations.
15-year old orange brothers Tigger, Tiger, and 19-year old Patches are a bonded trio. These poor boys lost everything and their world was rocked when their beloved owner passed away. After attempts at rehoming and finding rescue placement, the family felt they may have no other option but euthanasia. Because of the donations we receive, we were able to take in all 3 boys, get them the extensive medical care they all needed, and made sure they were kept together in the same Forever Foster Home for the rest of their lives.
Newman Nation frequently receives requests for extremely neglected and urgent seniors like Lorraine. Because of donations, we were immediately able to say yes to this deserving girl and give her a second chance. Lorraine is now groomed and living her best life in a foster home. She was recently diagnosed with congestive heart failure that we are working to manage with medications.