Helping control the pet population. Angels of Mercy Rescue and Adoption, Dunbar, PA We do not have a physical location but we have clinics every month to spay and neuter cats. We had several fundraisers to start a fund for a building. We are on Facebook but are in the process of creating a website. We are a small group trying to do what is right. We rescue and have to have fosters for all animals. We have a lot of vet bills caring for the neglected and injured animals. Before I joined AOM I learned about them and I had 15 animals spayed or neutered. I live on a rural street where people drop off animals on my road usually pregnant. There is a group of about 10 that are doing the fundraisers and working to get a van to transport our animals to and from the vets for hospital care or the clinics. Our van gave out completely No van no clinics. We just had a mobile unit come to a church and we had 57 animals spay or neutered that day. We are a small group trying to help in every way we can. I give contributions myself to this and other non profits. I am feeling that I am making a difference with helping animals.
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