Ginger's Fund FOS-DCNC is operated solely on public donations for the animal victims of cruelty, abandonment, and neglect.
On December 31, 2011 the Lexington Police Department (LPD) was responding to a non-animal related call when they noticed two chained, deceased Rottweilers in a neighboring yard. They went over, knocked on the door and found a third dog inside in desperate need of help. We named her Ginger.
The Rottweiler’s died of starvation and Ginger was not far behind their fate. Due to her condition, she was at Davidson Animal Hospital for two weeks and spent 3 months recovering in a foster home. Ginger pulled through and now has only physical scars left to tell her story.
Ginger was adopted by her foster mom Debbie. She now enjoys living the wonderful life of a happy, loved, spoiled family member...something she should have experienced all along.
Ginger's Fund was established in Ginger's honor to aid the victims of animal cruelty and neglect.