YELP FOR HELP with * Mike Randall on WKBW-TV
Thursdays * 10 am * AM Buffalo
Each Thursday during AM Buffalo (Ch. 7, 10:00 am), Mike Randall features an SPCA animal NOT up for adoption....yet. At the time of filming, the animal featured by Mike is a YELP FOR HELP patient, receiving some kind of costly veterinary care at the SPCA prior to adoption. Missed a week? Check out past segments here:
- ZUMIE is zooming his way into your life!
- CHIMNEY wants her heart swept away!
- October 16: Eight-month-old Granite, the kitten!
- October 23: Plymouth, the polyp kitten!
- October 31: Yelp for Help overview
- November 6: Stuffing's eye treatment
- November 13: Mike performs canine CPR!
- December 11: Dori, the matted dog (read story here)
- December 18: Trying to save a pup's leg
- December 31: Dori Update, Patrick the Cat
- January 8: Ozzy the Pug
- January 29: SpokesCATS for Yelp Challenge!
- February 4: Lego the cat, on the mend!
- February 18: See Cyrus!
- February 27: Sweet Nilla, Lover of Lace!
- March 5: Ninja's lovin' life now!
- March 19: Elliott's kitty physical therapy!
- April 9: Bingo the Chihuahua with a Healing Hip!
- April 16: Amalia ate WHAAAAAAAAT?
- April 27: Why we call her SHOESTRING SASHA!
- May 4: Cute Carissa Recovering!
- May 14: Rugby ready to heal!
- May 21: What happens when the dog wins...
- May 28: Rupert the Chocolate Lab!
- June 12: Barbara the kitty!
- June 18: Bordeaux, Shot but On The Mend!
- June 26: Pretty Pierogi, & Bordeaux Update!
- July 2: Payton...Maybe the Cutest Dog EVER!
- July 23: Wildlife, Yelping for Volunteer Help!
- August 20: Tony the "Tiger!" Well, almost....
- August 27: Red is Ready to Heal!
- September 10: Struggling to survive....
- September 17: Hopping and healing all at once
- October 29: Chopper and his fashion forward bandage
- November 5: A FUZZY face that'll steal your heart!
- November 19: Why you shouldn't approach a porcupine face-first!
What is Yelp for Help? Well...not every animal comes to the SPCA Serving Erie County healthy and adoptable. Countless animals suffer from life-threatening illnesses and injuries, usually the result of being abused or neglected. They require immediate...and expensive...veterinary care that is often beyond our resources.
Once treatment is administered, many require additional medical attention or intense socialization and behavior modification.
The community-funded Yelp for Help program offsets the SPCA’s cost of caring for, and eventually making possible successful adoptions of, these special animals.
Can you give these animals in need the chances they deserve? Save lives today. Together, we can help the animals who need us most! Become a Yelp For Help donor ! You can even become a YELP HELPER, giving on a monthly basis! To give by phone, call Nancy at the SPCA: 716-629-3523!