Jaymes & Daphne Fund
The Jaymes & Daphne Fund was founded by our late CFO (Chief Feline Officer) Jaymes and our CEO (Canine Executive Officer) Daphne. This fund is designed to provide life-saving treatment for animals with catastrophic injuries or illnesses in the hopes of saving the pet from euthanasia, if humanely possible. The Seneca Animal Hospital family of doctors, technicians, and staff proudly and lovingly provides the necessary treatment and care for these animals in need. Our fund has had the honor of saving a number of animals, including dogs, cats, and many exotics. Be sure to visit our website and social media platforms frequently, as many of our recipients are in need of a loving home, and your family may be the perfect fit. Jaymes, Daphne, Dr. Moore, and all of us from Seneca Animal Hospital, thank you for the support you provide! Contributions of any size are appreciated. In turn, we will provide the finest medical care possible to every animal, regardless of species, breed, color, or size!
Jaymes was a Scottish Fold relinquished to our hospital in 2010 for ongoing health concerns. He lived out his long days as our CEO (Cat Executive Officer) and was known for his generous kisses at Pet Palooza.
Daphne is a Dachshund who was relinquished to our care in 2011 due to her severe mobility impairment. With medical treatment, a wheelchair, and a can-do attitude, Daphne made a full recovery regaining full mobility, and now lives with one of our employees.
Hunter was found underneath a car’s engine and subsequently removed by our staff. Hunter spent a short period of time in our care in early 2022 before finding his forever home with one of our employee’s family.
Cloudy was relinquished to our hospital as a diabetic cat in 2017. This gorgeous boy was adopted into a loving home after only several months in our care.
Toki Bird was brought to our hospital by a good samaritan who found him walking on the side of the road. Toki Bird was eventually adopted by a former employee.
Jalapeno was relinquished to our care in 2018 while battling the parvovirus and required intensive care, including a blood transfusion. Jalapeno has since been adopted and is now thriving!
Chopper was abandoned on our hospital’s front porch in a laundry basket in 2013. He soon required an amputation of his hind limb as it, unfortunately, could not be saved. Chopper can now be seen stalking the halls of our hospital in search of treats as he is one of our official clinic cats.