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Critical Care for Animal Angels is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing primarily homeless, injured or sick dogs from high-kill shelters in Georgia. We operate through a network of foster homes in the Middle Georgia area and our efforts are funded by tax-deductible contributions from kind-hearted people and organizations who care just as much as we do about making a difference. To find out more about us visit our Facebook page.

Donations always needed. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the different ways to donate.

Emergency Cases 


Bree came to us as a victim of domestic violence, after being hit with a coffee table.  She had head trauma that was causing seizures, and a gaping hole in one of her legs.  We were afraid that she was not going to make it. We all loved and cared for Bree, and would rotate taking care of her around the clock.  Against all odds, Bree started to make amazing progress. She began to walk, to eat on her own, and to play.  When she was strong enough, she had surgery to fix the hole in her leg.  Although sweet Bree is blind, her brain healed and she has been able to live a happy, normal life.  Bree has since been adopted and loves life with her family and her fur siblings. 


Blondie was one of the dogs from a breeder bust that happened in Peach County. She was in the worst condition. She was totally emaciated, covered in blood from the fleas, and very anemic.  We were shocked she survived the ride to the vet.  She would have been dead within a day or two had we not arrived. She was such a joy and blossomed into the most loving and beautiful girl. She has since been adopted.


Nadia was found in someone’s front bushes.  By the blood trail left behind, and the condition her leg was in, we assume she was tied out in a yard and possibly attacked by another animal.  Thankfully, CCAA was called out to the scene and was able to get her to our emergency vet.  Nadia’s road to recovery was only just beginning.  Her leg needed an immediate amputation, but she was too sick.  After weeks of antibiotics, and daily visits to the vet for cleaning and bandage changes, Nadia was finally ready for surgery. At first, Nadia's recovery was going great. Then her muscle began to grow and get stronger too quickly, moving the remaining bone left in her leg and causing her stitches to pop out. Nadia once again had to have surgery on her leg, but thankfully this surgery was a success!  In no time, Nadia was up running and playing.  She has since been adopted, and is living her best life. 




Sadly, embedded collars are something we see quite often.   Gabriel was just under a year old, and his embedded collar went all the way around his neck. It took two surgeries to repair the injuries.  Once his body healed, we turned our attentions to his behavior.  Gabriel was so stressed by the rescue environment that he was harming himself, and he could not be introduced to other dogs due to his unpredictable behavior.  Our veterinarian started him on Prozac, and one of our volunteers came daily to play with him and work with him on his manners.  As he got a little better, the team would take him out in public places for "Doggy's Day Out".  Gradually, we were able to wean him off the Prozac.  He is now in a loving family with another dog that is his best friend, and a human sister that loves him madly. 


When Stark came to us, his body was covered with chemical burns.  He had even had chemicals poured down his throat.  After numerous surgeries, lots of time to heal, and a ton of prayers, Stark was finally able to run and play again. He is a very sweet boy, and he loves everyone he meets.  Stark has since been adopted, and is enjoying life with his family.

Donations always needed 

* Collars

* Grain-Free/Chicken Free Food 

* Blankets

* Puppy pads

* Toys

* Treats (Chicken Free)


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Want to send a donation or something for the fur kids? 

P.O Box 972 Byron, Ga 31008

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