EGAPL Looks for Help Paying for Sick ‘Frozen’ Pups

by | Jan 30, 2015

Frozen pup 3The East Greenwich Animal Protection League is seeking donations to help several gravely ill puppies. The “Frozen Pups” litter are 2-month-old terrier mixes named after the characters in the popular movie “Frozen.” They originated from a Southern shelter where their mother was abandoned while pregnant. After a mandatory quarantine in the South and another in Rhode Island, they developed symptoms of Parvo (a dangerous and often fatal disease for dogs) and needed to be rushed to Ocean State Veterinary Specialists during the blizzard. Sadly, one puppy did not survive; two more remain hospitalized, costing the League thousands of dollars each day.

EGAPL has requested donations be made to help the Frozen Pups. Every donation, big or small, will go towards the care of these puppies and allow the League to continue helping other cats and dogs in need of shelter this winter. To donate through PayPal, visit the League’s Facebook page or click donate at, or checks may be mailed to EGAPL, P.O. Box 184, East Greenwich, RI 02818.

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