What we do
Our animals often come from dire situations of neglect and abuse. We also save last-call and code red animals off euthanasia lists, as well as re-home owner surrenders.
Community outreach & education
Through education, we strive to inform the community about rescuing, adopting, population control and the myths of breed discrimination. Education is a powerful tool.
We are a foster based animal rescue. Fosters are the heart of the rescue and allow animals to decompress in a warm and loving home before adoption.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
We strive to create an inclusive and equitable community of rescuers who seek to improve the lives of homeless animals. We do not tolerate harassment of any kind for any reason.
Pet Adoption Notes
Adopting VS BUying
Adopted pets are just as loving, intelligent, and loyal as purchased pets. Animal rescue groups have plenty of healthy, well-behaved animals simply waiting for a home. We examine, vaccinate, and spay/neuter animals when they arrive into our care. Thereafter, we screen and assess our animals for specific temperaments (“personality” characteristics) and behaviors to match pets with prospective owners. It is a common belief that animals end up in shelters or rescues because they are aggressive or poorly behaved. In truth, most animals become homeless because of “people problems”: divorce, moving, lack of time, financial constraints, etc. Accordingly, we also strive to provide support for new pet owners because keeping pets in loving homes is key following adoption.
How to Find the Perfect Pet
Adopting a pet is one of the most exciting things you can do. Before adopting: