Published: Jan 08, 2014 5:34 AM EST
Updated: Jan 08, 2014 8:20 AM EST

NAPLES, Fla. - Before 2013 ended, the Humane Society Naples was reporting its Emergency Pet Care Fund was running at a deep deficit. Year-end donations eliminated that deficit, but the organization has already begun spending the money on emergency medical needs for pets.

The restricted fund, which is not covered by operating resources, is completely funded by donations. That money directly supports pets with emergency veterinary needs that exceed normal pet rescue efforts. 

Many pets would not have a second chance at life and adoption without the support of the Emergency Pet Care Fund. The fund is currently at a $25,000 deficit, and without donor support, it will drastically impact the amount of specialized, above-and-beyond the norm veterinary care for pets in extreme cases.

If you would like to make a donation supporting the Emergency Pet Care Fund, please visit this page.

For more information on Humane Society Naples, and how to adopt a cat or dog, visit the organization's website.

This morning, adoptable pets Teara, Puma, Beba, and Daisy May were featured on Where's WINK Now? For pictures and more information on these pets click here.