We are excited to bring you our latest donation. Chihuahua Rescue and Referral is having an event! There motto is "In every tiny body, there is a mighty soul worth saving." Well we think so too. The Chihuahua gathering is also a fundraiser and we could not be happier to have the opportunity to support your great efforts. I would like to give a special thank you to Grace, who was inspired by her little girl Capri, who loves our Nut Rolls.
I salute the amazing work of every person who rescues that which needs to be. Please email us to join the email chain for local rescue efforts that have far reaching results. Through their efforts, these amazing hands-on efforts help create families and lives full of exercise, consideration, effort and love. Pets do that and so much more. The stronger our numbers are the more we increase the odds of finding a foster or permanent home for these needy animals. The more there are of you, the more we can do!
Kent Animal Shelter
A private, not-for-profit, no-kill humane society that provides a haven for homeless, abused & abandoned animals. We have been bringing pets and people together for over 36 years!
Typically, we have over 100 pets waiting for loving homes of their own. Please visit our Web of Adoptable Pets and see if we have the pet for you, you can even search for that special pet by breed, age, etc.! You can also visit www.Petfinder.org for more pets.
Ginger Lukes Pet Rescue
January 11th, 2006 ~
Is a date that I will never forget! I did my very first rescue dog~ not ever realizing what the impact of this first rescue would do to me for the rest of my life.
Today as I sit in front of my computer going over the long list of every single dog that our network has saved ~ I am so amazed what we have all done together as a team! As my rescue list grows, so does my heart.
This pet rescue and network has amazed me beyond what I could ever imagine.
Each dog has left his paw print in my life and created an experience of a lifetime. Along the way I have met some of the very best people in the world thru this animal network. I stay in touch with many of you who have adopted one of my rescued dogs and we have so much fun sharing stories, photos and happy memories together.
I want to thank you all for all the love, support, dedication and loyalty you have given me.
I also want to Thank every single foster mom and dad on my network ~ Mary, Lisa, Tina.,William, Joyce & Bill, Paula, Stacey, Linda, and Carolyn. Without you, so many dogs would not be here today. Your time, patience and love is what made them adoptable. Many of these dogs have never had the love and care in their life until they were welcomed by you in your warm homes.
I would also like to give special thanks to Judith, Betsy, Laura, Linda, Perrin, Lynne, Jana, Paula, Debby, Joan, Tina, Karyn, & Susan for being a great part of this core team! We really rock! I love you all and I thank you again from the bottom of my heart!
~ Ginger emial at email@example.com
Who We Are
Lifesavers Rescue is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization. We are a small, all volunteer group of people who are willing to open our homes, yards, arms and lives to unwanted dogs.
One of our goals is the finding of appropriate homes for the dogs in our care. We also vaccinate and worm all dogs, provide needed medical treatment, spay or neuter all foster dogs but young puppies and work with socializing them. We so often find the dogs give us back far more than we give them. Each furry face brings his own personality and needs which we help to match with the right person or family. Lengthy adoption applications are sent to each person seriously inquiring about a specific dog which begins the adoption process.
We try to be thorough but not invasive in our questions. The Yakima Valley has a large dog population for various reasons and we in rescue see many abused, neglected, starving, sick, unwanted, too many pregnant and stray dogs. Phone calls are received almost daily from people having a dog they need help in placing, have found as a stray or even rescued from an abusive situation.
There are never enough foster homes for all the dogs needing a place to be safe until homes are found. We, in rescue, are all striving to decrease the dog population in whatever way we can. The reason for asking adoption donations is there is a great deal of cost pertaining to dog rescue work in many different areas.
ALL donation fees go back into our rescue for the medical treatment , supplies and feed costs associated with the dogs. When adopting from Lifesavers Rescue, you will be given a guarantee that, if after completing a dog obedience course you feel the dog is not the right fit, we will take the dog back and refund your adoption fee. Our goal is a win-win for the dog AND person adopting. ALL dogs are either spayed/neutered OR when adopting young puppies a prepaid spay/neuter from your local veterinarian must be presented at time of adoption.
Lost and Found Dog Rescue in Delaware
Lost and Found Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on saving the lives of puppies and dogs of all ages. Through our commitment, almost 300 puppies and dogs have found new homes over the last two years.
All puppies and dogs have been hand-picked and have warm and loving dispositions. Many of the animals rescued have been saved from euthanization in shelters and abusive situations.
Lost and Found Dog Rescue is not a shelter. Lost and Found Dog Rescue is a home-based rescue in New Castle, DE. The Rescue volunteers foster puppies and dogs in our homes until we can find each dog his or her own permanent forever-homes.
If you would like to send a donation.
Lost and Found Dog Rescue Adoption Center, Inc.
PO BOX 10366
Wilmington DE 19850
We find beauty in the most incomprehensible places and the otherwise homely faces. It is our gift to see beyond the dirt,
terror, sadness and defeat and find the true soul that lies within. We Are Rescue.
Best Friends Animal Society and Pets Alive
Sara Whalen, the founder of Pets Alive, was a one-woman band with a heart of gold, a will of iron, more than 500 homeless pets and other animals, a small local staff – and no succession plan! She passed away a few weeks ago after a bout with cancer, leaving the animals in an emergency.
Things had deteriorated badly during her illness, and shortly before the end, members of the board asked Best Friends if we could come to the rescue. Since then, we’ve had a team on the ground – animal care staff, emergency veterinary support, and sanctuary maintenance – all working ‘round the clock.
Please check them out. They are in need of donations from time to matierials to money. What a great effort all the way around. So amazing to see the wonderful efforts of those who care!
There are so many, it takes time to assemble. Please continue to check in and see what we have added. You can also visit our blog for daily rescue efforts.