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Charlotte endured extreme physical and emotional trauma, but months of treatment helped her make a full recovery. Support our work.

Thrown away like trash
After a Good Samaritan saw a severely injured Poodle-mix in a garbage can, they notified the NYPD, who rushed Charlotte to the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Charlotte had a deep gash over her eye and was unable to use her back legs. She was also traumatized and fearful of human contact.

Keep reading to find out her story and how you can help.

Treated like treasure

It took six months of rehabilitation to heal injuries and build strength, but the little dog kept fighting for her life. ASPCA physical therapists weren’t sure if Charlotte would ever walk again, but she amazingly regained function in both legs. Lucky for Charlotte, an Animal Medical Center employee, Jeanette, immediately fell in love and wanted to adopt her.

Healthy and ready to go home

Today, Charlotte and Jeanette are inseparable companions. Charlotte can even run and jump without pain. Reflecting on the journey, Jeanette said, "I cannot believe anybody could be capable of doing harm to such a loving pet. She’s going to have a great future. We have a bond that is just incredible." You can help the ASPCA save more animal cruelty victims like Charlotte by becoming an ASPCA Guardian.

Charlotte endured extreme physical and emotional trauma, but months of treatment helped her make a full recovery. Support our work.

Thrown away like trash
After a Good Samaritan saw a severely injured Poodle-mix in a garbage can, they notified the NYPD, who rushed Charlotte to the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Charlotte had a deep gash over her eye and was unable to use her back legs. She was also traumatized and fearful of human contact.

Keep reading to find out her story and how you can help.

Treated like treasure

It took six months of rehabilitation to heal injuries and build strength, but the little dog kept fighting for her life. ASPCA physical therapists weren’t sure if Charlotte would ever walk again, but she amazingly regained function in both legs. Lucky for Charlotte, an Animal Medical Center employee, Jeanette, immediately fell in love and wanted to adopt her.

Healthy and ready to go home

Today, Charlotte and Jeanette are inseparable companions. Charlotte can even run and jump without pain. Reflecting on the journey, Jeanette said, "I cannot believe anybody could be capable of doing harm to such a loving pet. She’s going to have a great future. We have a bond that is just incredible." You can help the ASPCA save more animal cruelty victims like Charlotte by becoming an ASPCA Guardian.

Charlotte endured extreme physical and emotional trauma, but months of treatment helped her make a full recovery. Support our work.

Thrown away like trash
After a Good Samaritan saw a severely injured Poodle-mix in a garbage can, they notified the NYPD, who rushed Charlotte to the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Charlotte had a deep gash over her eye and was unable to use her back legs. She was also traumatized and fearful of human contact.

Keep reading to find out her story and how you can help.

Treated like treasure

It took six months of rehabilitation to heal injuries and build strength, but the little dog kept fighting for her life. ASPCA physical therapists weren’t sure if Charlotte would ever walk again, but she amazingly regained function in both legs. Lucky for Charlotte, an Animal Medical Center employee, Jeanette, immediately fell in love and wanted to adopt her.

Healthy and ready to go home

Today, Charlotte and Jeanette are inseparable companions. Charlotte can even run and jump without pain. Reflecting on the journey, Jeanette said, "I cannot believe anybody could be capable of doing harm to such a loving pet. She’s going to have a great future. We have a bond that is just incredible." You can help the ASPCA save more animal cruelty victims like Charlotte by becoming an ASPCA Guardian.

Monthly Giving is Easy

For your convenience we have put together some of the most commonly asked questions below about how our program works. Of course, if you have a question not covered here, please feel free to call (800) 628-0028.

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Q: Once I've made an online gift, how can I make changes to my account (i.e. change amount, change my credit card number)?
A: It's so easy! Please just call (800) 628-0028. If we receive your change prior to the month's processing deadline we can make the change effective for that month. If not, it'll take effect the next month.

Q: What if I need to stop giving. Can I stop whenever I want?
A: Of course! Just call (800) 628-0028. Your cancellation will take place the same month, or the following month, depending upon when we receive your call.

Q: Will I receive verification of my donations for tax purposes?
A: All monthly donors receive an annual statement reflecting the prior year's total contributions. This statement is usually mailed in February.

Q: When will my credit card first be charged?
A: Monthly charges occur once per month. Your first online gift will be charged to your card on the date that your transaction is made. All subsequent charges will occur around the 19th of each month.

If you prefer to give by phone please call (800) 628-0028.

Every gift saves lives. Please make a one time gift if you are not able to make a monthly commitment.

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Monthly Giving is Easy

For your convenience we have put together some of the most commonly asked questions below about how our program works. Of course, if you have a question not covered here, please feel free to call (800) 628-0028.

Click to expand.

Q: Once I've made an online gift, how can I make changes to my account (i.e. change amount, change my credit card number)?
A: It's so easy! Please just call (800) 628-0028. If we receive your change prior to the month's processing deadline we can make the change effective for that month. If not, it'll take effect the next month.

Q: What if I need to stop giving. Can I stop whenever I want?
A: Of course! Just call (800) 628-0028. Your cancellation will take place the same month, or the following month, depending upon when we receive your call.

Q: Will I receive verification of my donations for tax purposes?
A: All monthly donors receive an annual statement reflecting the prior year's total contributions. This statement is usually mailed in February.

Q: When will my credit card first be charged?
A: Monthly charges occur once per month. Your first online gift will be charged to your card on the date that your transaction is made. All subsequent charges will occur around the 19th of each month.

If you prefer to give by phone please call (800) 628-0028.

Every gift saves lives. Please make a one time gift if you are not able to make a monthly commitment.