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http://www.sfanimalrescueil.com

Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Community
  • Crisis Support
  • Education & Literacy
  • Seniors

Location

646 Meadow LnWinthrop Harbor, IL 60096 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide refuge for senior animals and animals needing hospice care. We aim to provide education, assistance and support to the public to help people better understand and care for their companion animals. We do more than just rescue, we DRIVE change.

Description

Goals:
We focus on helping the most vulnerable animals; senior animals, those near the end of life and the sick. Our vision is a world where all vulnerable animals get to live out their lives in a loving home to receive the care they need. We strive to support this vision by:

  • Creating a robust network of foster caregivers to provide loving care to vulnerable animals in a home environment.

  • Building a center or sanctuary to support the needs of vulnerable animals - to provide needed shelter and veterinary care in a comfortable low-stress setting

  • Developing a hospice care program with a network of trained foster caregivers.

  • Providing a sizable resource network as well as an extensive outreach program for pet owners In underserved communities.

Programs:
  • Adoptions of senior and special needs dogs and cats
  • Providing foster homes for senior and special needs dogs and cats
  • Provide humane education to the public
  • Provide community outreach by helping people with pet care as well as providing resources for people and their pets. Resources include helping with pet friendly housing, pet food pantries and low cost veterinary services.
  • Volunteer program

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