Four Paws Lifeline relies solely on the support and contributions of individuals who love animals. There is still plenty of time left to make your tax deductible end of the year donations. We ask for your help to extend hope to those with no voice. I know there are many animal lovers out there that have found themselves on the other side of that exam table. Any amount is helpful. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!

Our 501 (c)(3) status have been approved. All donations are now tax deductible.

To make a donation please click on the DONATE tab at the top of the page. For mobile users please click on the 'triple bar' menu icon at the top right of the page. Thank you visiting us and every little bit helps.



Four Paws Lifeline is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide financial assistance to those pet owners who are not able to afford critical care or emergency veterinary care for their furry loved ones. We are here to offer hope in your pet's darkest hour. We feel that their life should not depend on your ability to pay. Rushing a beloved pet to the emergency vet is stressful and full of fear. To delay treatment because of an inability to afford the treatment only prolongs the pet's suffering. Often animals are surrendered or euthanized as a result of not being able to afford treatment, we are working towards a future where decisions about companion animal medical care need never be made on the basis of cost. Four Paws Lifeline was started to assist and to take the worry about money out of the equation.


Read this wonderful write up on Four Paws Lifeline by Susan Bailey on her blog.

We are in the news! Pet Connection Magazine has an article about us! You can read it HERE on page 9.

Check out our Success Stories page. Here you will see who we have helped. Please remember we are part of Amazon Smiles and the Fred Meyer Rewards program. Please consider selecting us as your charity and the corporation donates a portion of your purchases to us. We depend on fellow animal lovers to help us. Remember what it was like when you made the frantic drive to the vet, help us pay it forward.