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Causes: Animal-Related, Animals

Mission: ResQ Animal Coalition is a small, volunteer, non-profit (501 3c) animal welfare organization located in Redding, CA, networking to save lives. Our primary focus is toy dogs and terriers. We oftentimes take on the "unadoptables" - those who come from puppy mills, hoarders, or abusive situations or those who are considered "too old" to deserve a loving home for the remainder of their lives.

Results: brand new (for us) store front: all proceeds directly benefit the animals

Programs: Grant received from maddies fund for the rescue and care of 46 schnauzers out of a puppy mill located in bieber california. The dogs ranged from 6 months to 10 years of age. Many were sick, all were abused and neglected. In several years of rescuing animals this puppy mill was one of the worst we have encountered. It is amazing how quickly love prevails. Within a few weeks most of the dogs already are taking treats from us.

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1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Jocelyn C.

Client Served

Rating: 5

My husband and I are retired and after the death of our elderly dog (who shared out life for narly 16 years), we said "No more dogs!" We found ourselves very sad and started looking for a pet to fill the hole in our hearts. Through Adopt-s-Pet, we were put into contact with ResQ Animal Coalition. We filled out an adoption application and made the 130 mile trip to Redding to see the rescue pups. When we entered the Hartnell store, one little fellow was overjoyed to see us. We left within the hour with Henri Louis ("Louie"), a most loving and funny Bichon Frise'. I can only say that these are remarkable people who put a tremendous amount of energy and love into finding homes for small dogs, cats, and birds. If you are looking for a pet, please adopt from a rescue. The animals have been neutered, have received their shots, and some are microchipped. They get all necessary veterninary care. ResQ Animal Coalition rescues and distributes love.