The Rim Rock Humane Society, Inc.
Rating: 4.44 stars 9 reviews
Location: PO Box 834 Roundup MT 59072 USA
bring to our region a higher level of compassion for the creatures
who share our planet with us but who otherwise have no voice."
Programs: Implemented in January 2006, our CSNiP program is in place to help low income families get their pets spayed and/or neutered. An owner makes a donation of any monetary amount, whatever they can afford, and this is applied toward their pet's surgery and the RHS pays for the rest of that surgery. Participating Veterinary Clinics off their services to the RHS at reduced rates.
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What can one say? The Rimrock Humane Society is a top-notch well run organization under the outstanding direction of Sandy Church. I have fostered and adopted precious doggies from The Rimrock Humane Society...each animal is treated with TLC and is never adopted out without background checks, home visit, previous vet background check and complete physical on the little one that is about to be blessed with a new home! Sandy has done wonders with Rimrock Humane Society....making it one of the top-ranked organizations in MT. I can't say more about Sandy and The Rimrock Humane Society. If one is looking for four-legged love....Sandy is the one to call! Bless you for being there for us and the critters, Sandy! Five stars and a big thumbs up from me!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The Billings Gazette, KULR 8 News in Billings, Q2 News in Billings and on the radio.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
all the positive feedback and the spreading of joy and love! To see the smile on the faces of the new adopting families...brings happiness to all who share in the moment. Especially the joy that comes to the four-legged babies!
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
fabulous to deal with. You can tell that everyone truly loves animals and wants nothing but the best for them!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Build it's own facility instead of relying on foster parents/homes. Contribute more to their Spay/Neuter program...so many possibilities!
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
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