Special need animals are those animals that require special attention or care. It could be an animal with a health or behavior problem, a genetic defect, a short time to live and the need to live out his/her remaining days in a safe and loving environment. An animal that requires extensive medical procedures that require special fund raising efforts before they can be scheduled.

Donations can be made here:

You can also make a donation at any of our adoption sites, or call our vet directly and make a donation over the phone

All Bay Animal Hospital: 1739 Willow Pass Rd. Concord 925-687-7346

EBARR is a 501c3 non profit organization. We rely on the public's generous donations for our survival.

All donations are 100% tax deductible.

 

Annie

Hello, my name is Annie.  I am a beautiful friendly calico female.  My birthday is 5/20/14. 

I had a interesting experience since being adopted in 2015.  I was given away by my original owner in Antioch and somehow ended up in Walnut Creek.  Thankfully I was microchipped by EBARR before they adopted me out and I was able to find my way back to their safe arms. 

I am super friendly.  Unfortunately I developed a bladder stone.  I am being treated for two months (1/17-3/17) with Hills s/d in hopes that I can recover without surgery.   

I know that I come with some uncertainties, but maybe you can find it in your heart to foster me or better yet adopt me.  I must be kept away from other animals for the next two month to make sure that I do not eat anyone else’s food.  After that, I go back to the vet and they run tests.

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