Coalition For Animal Rescue And Education
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 240
P O Box 2203 Hillsboro MO 63050 USA
Volunteers, professionals, companies and organizations working as one to provide rescue services, shelter facilities, medical care, and adoption placement for animals in need.
Provide for animal health through local veterinarians and clean, safe housing; assist in pet adoptions through the entitys animals and funding adoption fees
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Coalition for Animal Rescue and Education, C.A.R.E., is a 501 C3 dedicated to saving the abused, neglected, starved, tortured by rehabing them, socialization, medically healthy and getting them adopted into good homes.
We also host a SPAY/NEUTER program called WECARE to help those who cannot afford this medical procedure to stop unwanted litters from their personal companions.
CARE also speakes to many different groups, all ages, young and old on proper pet respsonsiblity. Children are one resource we hope to influence into 'how to raise a pet'?
WE adopt approximately 400 animals a year, save domestic livestock like cows, horses, chilckens, and Spay Netuer over 700 animals a year. Those not adopted will live with us forever.
Our animals are clean, healthy and we adopt to only the best homes. Our efforts have been acknowledged in newspaper articles, TV interviews, locally and across Missouri.
We have fundraisers like our 5K run in Oct and all our information can be found on www.caretakersnetwork.org , our web site. Donations are critical to helping us continue our work.
WE welcome volunteers and adopters. COme play at our Trivia Games, our 5K run and adopt one animals which saves two, the animal you adopt is saved and adopting opens a spot at our rescue so we can pull another animal form a KILL SHELTER.
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