Helping Paws Pet Rescue Inc
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70245 Range Rd % Gretchen Gerber Ashland WI 54806 USA
Helping PAWS Pet Rescue, Inc. was founded for the sole purpose of helping to stop the suffering of companion animals caused by homelessness, overpopulation, and mistreatment. Our goal is that no adoptable companion animal ever be euthanized for lack of medical care and a good home. This goal is not limited to dogs and cats, but extends equally to horses, rabbits, birds and other domestic species. Our mission is to proactively aid homeless and unwanted animals by offering, not just a “humane” alternative, but to provide in each case the best possible process that would result in each individual pet finding its forever-home. Our mission is unique in that we include not only young, healthy homeless pets, but also owner surrenders and individuals with medical needs that would cause them to be rejected by or euthanized by other organizations.
We are adding to our organization daily & we appreciate our sponsors, volunteers and supporters!
Second Chance Ranch, Free & Low Cost Spay & Neuter, Ferals to Farms, No Pet Left Behind/Pet Peace of Mind Program
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Heather31's Review for Helping Paws Pet Rescue Inc
I was staff for Doctor Gerber when she started the Helping Paws Pet Rescue years ago. We saw a huge need in this area for additional resources to combat the unwanted animals of this area, great or small. I was and still am very proud of Helping Paws, and worked hard to help it succeed. Now I am the very proud owner of an amazing little cat that would otherwise not have had the chance at life without Helping Paws and I'm also the owner of a retired race horse that was helped by Helping Paws. Two amazing animals that touched my soul, one amazing organization that I guarantee will touch your heart. They are simply the best.
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