This nonprofit helps those that need medical care and has been a vital part of the community they serve.
Care is a great organization,helping sick and injured animals.
CARE is one of the most efficient and reputable non-profits out there. Unfortunately there are not many non profits who do what CARE does, or that have saved as many animal lives. CARE goes the extra mile, sometimes without being asked. Below is a photo of Audrea (CARE) and her personal rescue dog Finn.
So honored to be a part of this non profit. CARE went into a high kill shelter and saved many many lives by vetting sick and injured animals and making them adoptable. Their passion is undeniable!
So many animals given a second chance for a happy life thanks to medical interventions sponsored by CARE. Our kitty Jack (now one-eyed Jack) was the first, and a doggy toe operation last week the most recent. In between there have been five + years of lives saved. CARE run by a dedicated and extremely hard-working group of volunteers.
C.A.R.E is a wonderful, generous organization that gives where and when the need is absolutely necessary to save a life. I volunteer at a city shelter in Apache Junction, AZ, a poor community that struggles to support it’s human population much less it’s four-legged population.
Funds for the shelter are meager and C.A.R.E. steps in to provide funds for desperately needed medical care for the unwanted, lost and abandoned, but otherwise adoptable animals that cross the shelter’s doorstep. Without C.A.R.E’s financial support, adoptable pets would never find the loving, caring homes they deserve.
I've had many experiences with this nonprofit. They are one of my favorites! My pig Pixie came into Apache Junction Animal Control with a broken hoof and needing medical attention. She came to me as a Foster and I later adopted her.
C.A.R.E medical fund is like an angel for animals. Giving these fur babies a second chance when no one else will. So heartwarming.. Thank you for all you do for them.
C.A.R.E. and her founder Audrea Donnelly are truly dedicated to do the best for those pets in the Shelter with special medical needs.
C.A.R.E is a wonderful organization that helps shelter animals with medical issues. If not for C.A.R.E these animals would surely not make it out of the shelter. They are a vital part of our community . C.A.R.E finds forever homes for these less than perfect animals and brings families and animals together.
C.A.R.E dose amazing things for the animals! We can't thank you enough! Thanks for giving them a 2nd chance! ❤
I fostered one of the first dogs for CARE Medical. They were there to help me thru the process and she went in to a loving home.
Our cat Jack was the very first recipient of a C.A.R.E. grant. He was found hanging around a dumpster behind the Paws and Claws Care Center in Apache Junction five years ago. One of his eyes was so badly damaged it could not be saved. C.A.R.E. paid for the surgery to remove his bad eye. He is a beautiful and loving cat, and has brought us more joy than I can say. Since then C.A.R.E. has treated many, many animals, giving them back their lives. Thank you C.A.R.E. for being there for Jack... and for us.
I met founder, Audrea Donnelly, while volunteering with Arizona Labrador and Giant Breed Rescue. I've followed her increasing contributions to the rescue community as she branched out into her photography business, Twelve Paws Photography, where she takes incredible images of adoptable dogs to help them get adopted more quickly, all for no charge. Then, I watched as she, on her own, created C.A.R.E. She finds animals in need, determines what needs to be done, raises funds, then assists in placing the animal in a loving adoptive home. She does this while maintaining her non profit photography business, maintaining ALGBR's website, taking charge of promoting these animals on social media, and taking care of a husband and two adorable boys. Audrea is the perfect example of love and passion in action. Her work with C.A.R.E. heals sick and injured animals, completes families who desire a pet, as she selflessly shares her time and talents with the animals and people who need help. Audrea has the effect of throwing a big boulder in a pond. The ripples of her dedication and hard work are so big that they reach the far edges of pain and suffering to provide hope and healing.