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It is VERY exciting to me to watch Sadie sprint down a lane and not have to worry about whether or not she'll be able to get up later that day or if it will be too painful for her.”
[Sadie’s mom, Yesania] 
Thank you. 
I appreciate your support, dedication and conscientiousness.  Anita [Pookie's mom] 
 Enclosed is a contribution to help with medical costs for needy animals.  Keep up the good work.

   Cast Your Support Fundraiser

Join us at the Cast Your Support event where a $10 donation you will receive your pets paw print cast in clay, glazed and fired by FireFly Paint-Your-Own Pottery in Ventura, CA

Enjoy these images of our recent event at the Yuppie Puppie Pet Spa


Foundation Recipients

        Help Trigger Fund

        A eight month old Husky named Trigger, darted out into the path of a car.  Trigger was hit.  He sustained a broken leg and part of his tail was severed, fortunately there were no internal injuries. 
    He is under the care of an excellent Veterinarian at Moore Veterinary Care in Ventura, California.   The Foundation is low on funds but has pledge support for Triggers care.  He can make a full recovery and have a full life, but he needs your support.  Please consider making a donation to the Help Trigger Fund.   
Trigger's family is gratful for your generious donation.  Because of you, Trigger can get well and live a full life.
In September 2009, Sadie received the first of two corrective surgeries for hip dysplasia with support from the Foundation.
 Mama Kitty had stopped eating because of infected teeth and her health began to decline. Mama Kitty received oral surgery and soon after her appetite returned "...She ate 4 helpings of tuna!"                                   
 Shaman, a Siberian Husky with who has a bad habit of swallowing anything insight received support for urgent care after ingesting a metal object in the summer of 2009.  He is doing well today and has not suffered any ill affects.


The Foundation was honored to make a contribution toward Gretchen’s health care in December 2009 after she suffered multiple leg fractures at the hand of an abusive owner.  Gretchen is recoverying in a loving foster home.


    Late winter 2010, the Foundation provided assistance for a poodle
    mix named Pookie, and although his prognosis was not as hoped, the
    Foundation was honored to provide needed assistance at a difficult time.
(the Foundation's first recipient) received necessary abdominal surgery after ingesting a hairnet in spring 2007. 
She made a full recovery and lives an active life with her family. 

 May 2009


    I am pleased to announce that on May 21, 2009 the Woody James Warren Foundation received notification from the Federal Government of tax exempt status under section 501(3)c of the Internal Revenue code.  

    All contributions made to the Foundation are tax deductable as we are now recognized by the Federal Government as a public charity; in addition, we are also qualified to receive tax deductable bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code.

    Special thanks to our founding members, your support and encouragement made this possible.  

  Gratefully, Shirley Warren


  Summer 2006

      Read the article where the Woody James Warren Foundation was first mentioned.  HART Gives Hope


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