My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Rogue Valley Humane Society, Grants Pass, OR, USA
It has been about 3 years since I became a volunteer at the Rogue Valley Humane Society (RVHS) in Grants Pass, Oregon. They are a no-kill, 501(c) (3) non-profit animal care facility. Over the years I have watched SO many homeless and abused dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies come to RVHS scared, underweight and traumatized. They leave RVHS happy and healthy excited to be a treasured member of their new loving family. The dedication of the staff and volunteers is nothing less than phenomenal. “No” and “can’t” aren’t words in their vocabulary. They feel that the standard of care for the animals is most important. By the amount of hand licks and purring going on around here tells you that the animals know they are loved.
If there is an injured dog alone in a field needing help, he gets that help. Dogs and cats in hoarding situations are rescued, medically treated, rehabilitated and given a new chance to become loved. Senior dogs and cats with no one and no place to go can come to RVHS and get the care they deserve. Puppies thrown away in garbage dumpsters are brought to RVHS and given the love and care they need to live. I can truly say that RVHS is the best animal care facility around and we are fortunate to have them in our town!
I am now a proud board member of RVHS and continue to see first hand what incredible, heroic things happen at RVHS. Our community depends on us to keep these animals safe. We are their voice. Sometimes they just need a chance and RVHS gives them that chance, without question. Go team RVHS!!