My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Guardians for Animals, Troy, MI, USA
Three years ago I began my very own rescue. To be honest it was not much of a rescue, we had two dogs and four cats. As a rescue just starting out there are so many start up expenses that you do not even realize and if I had to do it all alone A Hopeful Heart Animal Rescue would not exist today. GFA was able to help our rescue organization by providing us with cages and crates to use during our adoption events, they helped us pay for our start up vet expenses so that our animals would be ready to go home, and she provided us with much needed food and flea preventative for our rescued animals. Often times I have spent hours on the phone with the head of GFA and she has counseled me and advised me on critical rescue issues. I know that if there is a time that I have a need GFA will do everything in their power to fulfill that need. GFA helped our rescue go from those two dogs and four cats to a rescue organization that has between 35-50 dogs and 50-60 cats at any time. With GFA's help we have taken over 250 animals a year from high kill animal shelters and turned them into loving family pets. If GFA did not exist those loving animals would have never left the shelter. We will for ever be eternally grateful for GFA and so will our rescued pets!
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I would find a way to get them more money to help save the rescued animals that GFA helps support!
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