"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."
- Helen Keller
We appreciate any and all efforts and contributions to help. Though we are a small, newly-starting animal rescue, we are committed to our cause of rescuing animals in need. Together we can make a positive change in our community.
Ways to Help
Adopting an animal from our animal rescue organization offers a unique opportunity to bring unconditional love into your home. By providing a forever home to one of our rescues, you are not only giving them the chance for a brighter future, but also gaining a loyal and loving companion. Our animals are raised in a home environment and are well socialized with both our resident cats, GusGus and Luna, as well as our resident dog, Sir Fluffs.
Whether you are seeking a new playmate for your current furry family member, or looking to add a new member to your household, adopting from our organization is a fulfilling experience that will bring joy and happiness to both you and your new pet.
Fill out our adoption application today.
Our $200 adoption fee covers the costs of dewormer, the complete series of kitten 4-way vaccines, rabies vaccine, microchip and spay/neuter.
As a foster for our animal rescue organization, you play a crucial role in providing temporary care for animals in need. By offering a loving and supportive environment, you help to prepare them for their forever homes. Fostering involves taking in a rescued animal into your home and providing for their physical and emotional needs until a permanent adopter is found. It is a rewarding experience that allows you to make a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of animals in need. No prior animal expertise is required, as our organization is committed to supporting you every step of the way.
*Ask us about fostering to adopt as well!
Donations play a crucial role in helping us provide the best care for our rescued animals. We appreciate both monetary donations as well as contributions of goods listed on our Amazon wishlist. If you are interested in going above and beyond, consider sponsoring your own fundraiser on behalf of our rescue. The possibilities are endless - you could organize a yard sale, car wash, bake sale, or any other creative initiative. Every contribution, big or small, makes a meaningful impact on the lives of the animals in our care. Thank you for your generosity and support.
As a volunteer for our animal rescue organization, you can lend your time and skills to support our efforts in providing the best care for our rescued animals. Whether it's through participating in our fundraisers or other events, your contributions make a significant impact. Volunteer duties may include cleaning the socializing room, spending time socializing with the animals, and most importantly, sharing the love and affection they so greatly deserve.
For those unable to adopt, sponsoring an animal is a wonderful way to offer your support and make a difference in the lives of those in need. Circumstances such as severe allergies or living restrictions may prevent you from keeping a pet, but your generosity can still bring hope to stray, abandoned, orphaned, and injured animals in our community.
By sponsoring a cat for just $20 a month, you will have the opportunity to make a direct and lasting impact in their life. As a sponsor, you will receive regular updates and photos of your sponsored cat(s), and even have the chance to visit them in person if you live in the area. The feeling of knowing that you are making a difference in the life of an animal in need is truly beyond comparison.
Spread the word
Your personal recommendation can go a long way in encouraging others to become involved, whether it be through volunteering, fostering, adopting, or simply making a donation. Sharing your experiences and the impact that our organization has made in the lives of animals can inspire others to take action and make a difference in their own way. By spreading the word, you are playing an important role in helping us reach more people and ultimately provide better care for the animals in our care.