Mission: We use donations to help rescued pets with medical conditions, spay and neutering, etc. To assist in the adoption of said animals to save them from homelessness, euthanization and neglect.
Programs: The core objective is to prevent animals from going to county animal control shelters through fundraising (donations) and communicative efforts to educate the community on adopting/re-homing pets or ways to secure adaquate pet care. Funds have been directed toward preventative medical care, including spay/neuter and to treat and/or ward off costly ailments. Also funds are used toward training, transporting and general necessaties (food, crates, collars, leashes, microchip id, etc. ) to ensure animals remain in their existing home or have success in their adoptive home. Funds are used for boarding or foster care to relieve the overpopulated county shelters. The organization has helped save or place approximately 150-200 animals year to date.