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Our mission is to save the lives of once forgotten shelter cats and dogs; find loving homes for those that are homeless; rehabilitate the challenged; provide sanctuary for the needy; educate the community about responsibility; and provide low-cost spay & neuter services to the public as good stewards of God's creatures.
From the time she was a little girl, Sara Geny cared deeply about the welfare of animals, and was saddened knowing what often happens to them in the shelters that are supposed to save them. She began rescuing animals as a child, and when she turned sixteen, she officially dedicated herself to animal rescue and took on the responsibility of care and financing of any animal that came her way. Two years later, Warren County Humane Society closed down, leaving over 100 animals at death's door. Many rescues stepped in and graciously assisted, but the day before the deadline there were still five dogs left. Sara could not let them die. So, she and her mother drove two hours to pick them up and bring them home to await adoption in safety. As she continued to rescue cats and dogs from high kill shelters, she soon became certain that it was her greatest passion and her calling in life. To date, Sara alone has been blessed to rescue over 70 kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs, and in 2008, she officially began the Forget-Me-Not Animal Rescue as a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of companion animals.
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