When Fred wandered to
the home of Thea and Travis Rounsaville, he was in rough shape. It was clear
the terrier mix had seen hard times; microchip and other indicators suggest
that he had at least four families before he was a stray. In establishing this
fund, Fred's family carries forward the love and compassion that they found in
him and hope that it will assist others. Fred's Fund for the Inclusive Health
Collaborative will support CVMBS students, residents, and faculty as they, in
turn, support people and companion animals experiencing homelessness. This
collaboration with the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences School of
Social Work and the CSU branch of the University of Colorado Medical School
provides veterinary, social, and medical services to a vulnerable population.
We invite you to join Thea, Travis, and other supporters of Fred's Fund for the
Inclusive Health Collaborative in supporting homeless humans and their pets in
Northern Colorado. Thank you for being a part of Fred's legacy in action. To
learn more about the Inclusive Health Collaborative, click here.