Kali, the founder, has been passionate about saving our area’s dogs for over a decade. It started with just a lost & found Facebook posting site and now has officially become a 501c3 rescue. Houston has so many stray, worse is the number of dumped dogs, that the number of pups needing help never slows down. Everyone I’ve talked to or messaged with this volunteer rescue has been fantastic and they sacrifice their own time & money to help these pups. After a decade, our community knows this rescue and I hope to see the community & sponsors back this great rescue!
Absolutely do not support this rescue. I fostered for them and they promised the would provide food and supplies. I did not receive one thing from them. They did not vaccinate my dog for 2 months until I asked. He has also not been fixed, even after I ave apparently been scheduled twice. Something always "comes up". I have not once seen my foster dog networked or had any communication about adoption events from kalli. I feel she just used my dog for donations and forgot about him. I had also heard a while back that they were using donations personally, I didn't believe it then, but I believe it now. The way they attack anyone who calls them out on the inconsistencies is very unprofessional. There are so many other rescues out there that actually care about the animals and do as they say
I have been extremely impressed by how a small group of determined people can focus on change in one area and have such an impact. Kali, the founder, decided to help the strays on the streets in a small community within a major metropolitan area. With the focus being on one spot, she has been able to partner with several social media groups to identify lost and stray animals, coordinate the reunification to ensure true owners and rehome the dogs to safe loving families. She is relentless in her efforts giving 100% of herself to these efforts. She has a strong network of volunteers, fosters, vet partnerships and rescue partnerships to help her in her success. These efforts are completely supported by donations made by the community. This has to help sterilize all of the animals before rehoming and assisting in the medical cases she acquires. It truly is a perfect example of how you can make an impact on your community.