Motley Zoo Animal Rescue
Rating: 5 stars 15 reviews
Location: 23316 Ne Redmond Fall City Rd #522 Redmond WA 98053 USA
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is dedicated to improving the lives of animals locally, nationally and internationally; alleviating their suffering and elevating their status in society through the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in need and through the education of their community on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare, advocating the value of all animal life, in hopes to end the neglect and abuse of all animals and to end the devastating pet overpopulation through spay and neuter advocacy.
Programs: Rescue, Rehabilitate and Educate: -We rescue animals in need and provide them basic and complex medical treatments, shelter, and love in a home enviornment- so we can best get to know them and understand their long term needs -We rehabilitate harder to place animals with more complex training needs. Our ability to help is based on capacity and fostering availibility, rather than restrictions on breed etc. We take each case one at a time. -We educate the public on the plight of rescue animals as well as some tricks and tips to manage their pets, especially if they may be thinking about rehoming them for something minor and fixable- we can help provide a strategy. For more serious cases, we can refer trainers/ rehabbers, and always encourage seeking an evaluation to determine the general safety of the animal.
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Motley Zoo is a wonderful organization. It is clear that Motley Zoo not only cares about the animals involved in their efforts but they also really care about the people involved. If you have to give up animal they will treat you with compassion for your situation, if you are adopting from them they will provided you with great support system for both you and your new pet.
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