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Another Hoarding Case

By Suzette Cruz, Executive Director

Palm Valley Animal Society (PVAS) is tackling another hoarding case. This incident marks the fourth such case in under three months, highlighting the increasing challenges faced by our organization. Our team works tirelessly to help our partners and provide the necessary care for these animals despite limited resources.

Our non-profit organization relies heavily on donations, contracts, and grants to survive. Despite the community's support, we need city leaders and officials to help us tackle these pressing issues. These cases are not just a problem faced by PVAS; they affect the entire Rio Grande Valley.

Our team wakes up every day, regardless of the weather conditions, ready to face the day's responsibilities. We show up in rain or shine, heat or cold because someone needs to care for these animals. At Palm Valley Animal Society, everything we do is done with heart. We truly care about each and every animal we come into contact with, and we are dedicated to providing them with the best possible care.

As a leader at PVAS, I worry about the staff. The impact of hoarding cases can be significant, both emotionally and physically. The animals involved are often neglected and suffering, in desperate need of medical attention, grooming, and socialization. Our team works tirelessly to provide them with the necessary care, including medical treatment, vaccinations, and socialization with other pets.

We are committed to addressing these hoarding cases and supporting the animals involved. We are grateful for the community's ongoing support and urge city leaders and officials to join us in this collective effort. By working together, we can create a more compassionate and safe community for all animals.

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