Duke, a pitbull/terrier mix, came to Kalamazoo Animal Rescue from the local animal shelter. According to Susan C., a KAR volunteer, He was the best foster.
Animal Shelters & Rescues for Pet Adoption ..
A local animal rescue organization is gearing up for a key fundraiser this weekend. A family who recently adopted a dog from the non-profit will be there, helping with the event. The Wilson family is also sharing the story of how their puppy was saved from being euthanized just in time.
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If you're looking to add a furry friend to your family, it's always a great idea to check out local rescue facilities. Pet adoption allows you to get a new pet to love and gives a shelter animal a brand new family to love, too. If you've got a forever home to offer, Wichita's pet rescue facilities have a perfect pet for you and your family. Check out these great pet rescue facilities!
Second Chance Animal Rescue Society ..
Friends of Phoebie is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization devoted to giving local homeless dogs and cats a second chance. We retrieve stray, abandoned, neglected, and oftentimes abused animals from unsavory home environments, local medical facilities, kill shelters, and surrendering owners and we devote our time and resources to providing them with veterinary care, obedience training, and psychological and behavioral rehabilitation in an effort to eventually find permanent, loving homes for them.New Leash on Life was created to allow minimum and medium custody state prisons to work with local animal shelters, rescue groups, and other animal welfare organizations to help train and prepare dogs for adoption. Only two dogs at a time enter the program during each training cycle. According to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety website, 1,231 dogs have completed the New Leash on Life program since it began in 2008 and 1,136 have been adopted. Mike Gregory, Assistant Superintendent of Programs reports 32 were graduates from the Swannanoa facility. Streaking Moose BBQ and Friends of Phoebie Animal Rescue, Inc. have joined forces in a delicious attempt to raise money to save local animals! If you’re hungry on Wednesday, June 14, stop by Streaking Moose BBQ between 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. for a yummy bite to eat and a portion of your sale will be donated to support local homeless animals at Friends of Phoebie! There will also be raffle items to win and a foster or two to meet! 100% of raffle ticket proceeds directly benefit our fosters!What does CAAR do?
Every animal rescued by CAAR is seen by a vet, vaccinated, tested for heart worms, treated for any medical conditions, and spayed or neutered. We care for each of the animals until they are either adopted locally or transported to another rescue group.