Re-posted from our friends over at Purrfect Pals.
"Tears of joy are flowing up at Purrfect Pals. Our friends at Sound, a VCA Company, just donated a complete digital X-Ray system for our sanctuary!
Julie, one of our wonderful team members, was determined to find a solution that would allow us to provide imaging in our Purrfect Pals Clinic so that sick and injured cats could quickly receive the medical care they deserve. She wrote letters to companies and manufacturers who provide X-Ray and Ultrasound equipment asking if they would help. We were amazed when we heard back from the staff at Sound, a VCA Company in California! They had never taken taken on a project like this but were determined to donate a complete X-Ray system (and free tech support!) to Purrfect Pals.
We are so excited to share that last week a digital radiography system, a portable X-Ray generator and an X-Ray table were delivered to our sanctuary. Chris from Sound traveled to Arlington, WA to install the equipment and provide training for our clinic staff! This amazing donation from Sound is valued at over $80,000. We can’t begin to tell you how very grateful we are for this extremely generous gift!
In addition to the donated equipment and services, we were thrilled to receive a framed photograph of the team at Sound (a VCA Company) who made this generous donation possible. All of the employees signed a special plaque, which is now proudly displayed in our X-Ray Room. Dana Taylor, Sound’s Production Manager shared, “This has been a very satisfying project to work on. It was a labor of love and we are all very proud with what we did and to hear you are all pleased. We have approximately 100 people at our corporate headquarters in Carlsbad and everyone is excited for Purrfect Pals and the future. We would all like to thank Julie for her inquiry which started it all!”
Thank you SO MUCH to the cat lovers at Sound who made this possible and to Julie for writing the letter that started it all!
Thanks to them, thousands of Puget Sound cats who matter, including those with special needs, will receive the care they deserve."