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Our mission is to reduce the number of adoptable animals in public animal shelters from being euthanized while providing a beneficial service to the community. By providing information and resources, we openly advocate the benefits of spaying and neutering as well as behavioral training. We educate the community on the plight of animals in public shelters to encourage adoption as the primary choice when finding a new pet. We also rescue animals directly from public animal shelters and take in owner relinquished pets. We provide care for all animals in our possession until appropriate, permanent families are found to adopt them. For every animal we rescue, we create a domino effect that reduces the cities costs required to house and care for those animals, as well as free up space which allows other animals in city shelters increased time to get adopted.
Founded in 2012 we are a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to reducing overcrowding in shelters to lower the number of adoptable animals being euthanized due to space restrictions. We educate the public, rescue and care for animals in need until they find happy, forever homes. We operate The Rescue out of our network of foster homes and routinely do public adoption events at local pet related businesses.