Animals in Need of Medical Attention

Almost every animal that is surrendered to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm is in need of some type of medical care. Some may only need basic vaccines or routine surgery, while others may be suffering serious injury or living with undiagnosed and treated illnesses.  More and more frequently, the animals that are surrendered to us are here because their financially strapped owners do not have the resources to provide for emergency medical care.  As a non-profit organization, our resources are limited when it comes to caring for expensive and time-consuming medical cases.  That is why the development of these two programs became necessary to help those animals most in need of our care and support.

You can make a donation online by clicking on the links below or you can mail donations to:
MSPCA at Nevins Farm, Attn: Fund, 400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844

Ashton's Hope Fund

Cricket requires an ultrasound
on an old knee injury

Ashton’s Hope Fund provides medical care to MSPCA horses and farm animals currently being cared for at Nevins Farm. The fund was originally established in 2006 for a young foal named Ashton who required expensive surgery. The generous donations received since Ashton’s surgery will continue in his name to help other horses and farm animals at the MSPCA who need medical care. Click here to make a donation online. If you prefer, you can donate over the phone by calling Melissa at 978-687-7453 x6117.

Angels for Animals Fund

Terry needs surgery to repair a torn cruciate ligament

Angels for Animals was developed in 2003 in order to encourage the public to donate money for animals in need of medical care. Over the last three years, we have addressed the medical concerns of thousands of animals using funds from the Angels for Animals. The Angel Fund had financed a variety of procedures including eye removal surgery, leg amputations, dental extractions, ear ablation surgery and hip surgery. Click here to make a donation.  If you prefer, you can donate over the phone by calling Mike Keiley at 978-687-7453 x6101.