Rescue isn't about us. It's about them.
We are a group of people dedicated to saving animals in our community from being euthanized in shelters, living as strays, or ending up in abusive situations. We pool our resources and connections together with donations from our supporters to relocate the unwanted to areas of our great country where their fates are full of love and admiration and families of their own. We do adopt locally for pets who can not transport whether it be their looks, or their medical issues, or if they are simply waiting for their turn. Although without a facility, we rely on fosters to do this. Since most of our saved souls are transferred to other no-kill rescues every 4-8 weeks, our fosters enjoy breaks and seem to appreciate knowing exactly when their guests will be leaving.
Our mission includes these areas:
Thousands of homeless companion animals die in shelters every day. As much as we would like to think we are making a difference in the pet population of our area, the sad truth is we are not. Unplanned or accidental litters or even backyard breeders and flippers contribute to the problem.
If you have a pet who needs spayed or neutered so they are not part of the problem, but part of the solution, please contact us for more information on our community outreach program. Funds are limited to sponsorship for services received, but we will try to help either by assisting or referring you to other available resources.
Our community outreach program also includes the Trap Neuter Release assistance. Funds are limited to sponsorship received, but we will try to help either by assisting or referring you to other available resources.
When we say it's not about us, it's about them, we mean it! We will help other rescues, shelters, and if funds are available, we'll assist community members in need so the pets do not suffer, go hungry, have more litters, get hit in the road, whatever the danger is, we will try to help and not hinder efforts to ensure a companion pet is safe.
It's important to contribute to the education of the community on standards of care and options when it comes to our companion pets. The killing can only stop if the cycle is broken and that can only happen if we educate tomorrow's pet parents of the important issues which need addressed as responsible pet owners.
Cooperation is key to almost everything. We all know how important it is to work as a team and focus on a common goal. We feel there's room in rescue for everyone and there's always more to save than there are funds and rescues to save them. When it makes sense and an animal benefits, we will work together to save more.