top of page
These amazing pets have been helped by All4Pets, WNY


I dont feel like I can thank you guys enough! Without the All4pets program, my little angel would have gotten very sick. Here is a picture of her I took while on one of her many walks that she loves so much. Thank you for giving her a chance to be able to spend more time with her family, who loves her so much. THANK YOU SO MUCH!


Thank you!
I just wanted to thank you and this wonderful organization for helping us with tinker bell and making it possible for her to return home. Her leg is all casted and she is getting around great. She is a very happy 13 wk old pitbull this week thanks to all your help. Hope to email you a picture soon. Currently having problems with my scanner but we have not for any reason forgotten the reason for her being here with our family today.

May god bless you. I will pray that more and more people will be able to continue to help our little loved ones that have become part of our families. I have recommended many to donate whenever possible as so will I.

Thank you again
Melissa Diaz and family


On Friday night, I noticed Wendyno's dish was full. This wasn't all that unusual. She's 14, maybe 15--a big ol' ornery tortie, who sometimes just didn't feel like eating. If it wasn't mouse-flavored, Wendyno could take it or leave it. Okay, her real name's Wendy, not Wendyno. It's just that, over the years, common usage won out.

I always know where I stand with Wendy. She let you know what she likes. For instance, she likes to be brushed. There's nothing in the world she likes better than being brushed. She also lets you know what she doesn't like. For instance, she doesn't like to be brushed. There's nothing in the world she dislikes more than being brushed. It always takes less time to find out which way it was going to be than it did to find the Band-Aids.

So on Friday night, when I saw the full dish, I didn't worry. I figured it would be empty Saturday morning, and she'd be yelling at me to fill it.
But that didn't happen. It was still full. And Wendy was looking up at me, licking her mouth, and 'chomping,' and I realized something was wrong. Something I couldn't fix.

I'm four years and nine months into a five year bankruptcy settlement. It's been a long, hard slog, and although I can see the light at the end, I'm not there yet. Money's very, very tight right now--a real paycheck-to-paycheck experience. There was no way that I could afford to pay a Veterinarian. I had been praying that I'd make it through before I needed to take my cats to a vet. That I almost made it was no comfort to me. I wondered if I was going to have to take her to Lollypop Farm, and have them put her down, because I couldn't afford a simple vet bill. I decided rather quickly that I wasn't going to give up that easily.

One of the gifts of bankruptcy is that it's made me less afraid to ask for what I need. And right now, I needed help. I didn't know where it would come from, or in what form, but I wouldn't find it if I didn't ask for it.

And I found it. From a woman I barely knew. A woman whose name was--and I swear I'm not making it up--Kitty. She told me about All4pets. I found your website, gave you the details, and before the week was out, Wendy had made it to the vets, and had her dental problems fixed. Now she's back to her ornery old self, and I couldn't be happier. And I think she feels the same way. She allowed me to take this picture of her, and even consented to share the spotlight with my kids. She acts all grumpy, but I know she's just a pussycat down deep.

Wendyno was helped, Thanks for your donations.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for paying for Wendy's veterinary bill. I would not have been able to take care of her any other way.



Thank you so much for saving Baby Girls life. Baby Girl has traveled all 48 states, Canada and to Price Edward Island. She was a great companion in the truck, and she always would let me know if someone was around.

The vet removed the female parts and they were the size of a roll of toilet paper. She was a real sick puppy. Now she is doing great. She still has to wear her hood until Friday the 14th of December. She is eating well and has started to act like her old self.

I appreciate all you did for her. God bless all you all. Thanks so much,
Freda Williams



I cannot thank All4PetsWNY enough for your wonderful response to my cry for help for my 10 year old rescue kitty "Big Baby Blue" or "Mister Blue" as the folks at the Buffalo Small Animal Hospital (who worked with you to give him the best care he's had in a while!) I am so thankful and actually still in awe at the professional and
caring way you responded to my middle of the night plea for help as my Baby Blue faced a life-threatening blockage of his urinary system. He would not have made it through the day, I believe, if you had not contacted me, directed me to the Buffalo Small Animal Hospital and helped us (me & Blue) meet the bill in this very difficult time of transition for me since relocating back to my hometown of Buffalo in July. YOU ARE THE BEST! To all reading this, PLEASE donate to this wonderful group!! I cannot say enough good about them!
Thank you ...
Kim Cady & Baby Blue


Just want to thank you and your wonderful organization again for all your help! Chester is doing well and is very happy to be home (and obviously has reclaimed his couch :-) ! Mike


Thanks for helping Maddie out with the surgery. She is looking better and healing just fine. Here is a picture of her when she was a puppy.

She is a 10 month old mastiff mix who had a bowel obstruction.  The surgery saved her life.


First thing, I would like to thank you again for your help. To be honest, I thought she wasn't about to get help and I was going to lose her.

I was in tears from the things that were going through my head when I saw how she was looking as the doc told me if I don't do anything, she won't make it. I thought about my real daughter, who passed away almost 4 years ago. It hurt a lot, and I felt the same with Beba. I don't really want to write much about my daughter, but for Beba I'm happy that she is home and feeling better once again. Thank you so much!



Thank you so much for helping me go to the doctors. I didn't like the medicine much, but I am feeling so much better. Right now I'm driving mommy crazy, but she smiles more. My mom was so scared and worried about me, I was kinda scared too. You made everything better and we can never tell you how thankful we are...especially me. I really didn't like the needles though. I'm trying to run and play, I still cough a lot, but I play anyway. These days things are hard for our family, but people like you make us believe that there are good people out there to help others. We do what we can. but it doesn't ever seem like enough.

Well, I have a kitty to chase and mommy's slippers to chew. Thank you again for making me feel like me again. My grandma and grandpa are very thankful too and plan on donating some money to All4Pets.
Chase you later. Love always and always,
Emma and family



I adopted Jessica from a family that had her for about 18 months. They had decided that they did not have time for a young Labrador retriever. She needed folks to spend time with her and get her out to play and romp. When I got her, to say she had some energy to burn would be a severe understatement. It seemed that Jess, who spent nearly two years locked in a house or tied to a tree, might spend the rest of her days merely remembering the few months of running, romping, chasing and playing in the park.

Acting on a tip from a friend, I called Robyn at All4Pets and she was exceptionally understanding and helpful. She found another veterinarian, who was wonderful, to do the surgery for less than $900 and covered half of the cost of the surgery. Without the help of all4pets, Jess could not have had the surgery and would not be able to be the boisterous, exuberant young lady that she is again today. It has been only a month since her surgery but her progress has been amazing. I am sure that Jess will be ready for more romps in the park when Spring comes to Rochester this year. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!
Jacob Smith



Thank you very much for helping out with Bear's surgery and wish you the very best to you and everyone who helped - Diane



I just wanted to e-mail you and say thank you so much your organization has saved my Bellsa life. She is doing much better. Right back to her playful licking self :)

She just went to the doctors yesterday they gave her a de wormer and another skin scraple they said she is doing much better. She goes back in in 2 weeks. I don't know what my family would of done without you. Again i just want to thank you. I sent a picture of her this is about 3 months go she was going for a drive with my sister lol she is much bigger now!

bottom of page