Our Mission: A team of passionate volunteers dedicated to the rescue of adoptable animals at risk of euthanasia, with a focus on quality care, community education, and to act as a voice to improve the quality of life for all animals.
We are a new rescue (2 weeks old!), created by 5 friends that have been working in animal rescue for the past 5 years. We decided it was time to have fun again, doing what we love, and get things off to the right start from the beginning. We will be starting off as a No-Kill, foster based group, with our eyes on have a facility and sanctuary in the future. Everything we do is for the animals, and no animal will be going for adoption until it is 100% ready, and is completely healthy. We will also only do adoptions of animals that have been spayed or neutered, so as to not contribute to the over-population problem. One aspect we are going to working on most seriously will be education. Our president would like to eventually have programs in the area schools to teach children the importance of spaying and neutering, and proper animal care and training. We 'inherited' 14 animals from our previous rescue, we all agreed it was better not to disrupt them in the long term foster care that have been in, and we will continue to work to find them the best possible homes.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Because we are foster based, arrangements will be made when someone is approved to come meet the animal at one of our weekly adoption sites.
Our Adoption Process...
We have an adoption application that is reviewed by volunteers, once a selection is made, arrangements would be made for the person to meet the animal and if all works out, complete an adoption. We require our animals to be indoor pets, not to live outside. For cats no declawing is allowed. We can provide a copy of our application to see what we are looking for in a prospective adopter. Our animals will be in private, volunteer foster homes until they are ready to be adopted.
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