Keep us Rescuing

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find funding for such an important cause. Animal rescue is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to save lives. We make efforts to keep the funding ability to rescue animals who need emergency surgeries and other medical rehabilitation. Every little bit donated helps us reach the goal of financing emergencies, spays/neuters, vaccines, microchipping, expert training, food, cat litter, and other basic needs to sustain a healthy life.

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Where Does the Money Go?Do

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Rescuing Homeless Animals

For an average dog it costs approximately $50 a month for food, $90 for vaccines and a veterinary exam, $20 for microchipping and $75 to $250 for a single spay/neuter.​

A single medical emergency can cost anywhere from $500 to $5000.

Some additional costs include annual renewal fees, website costs, insurance and incidentals.

We estimate this at $500 a year.

Rescuing Injured and Sick animals From Shelters

We often take in animals that are already sick or injured. This dog, Omaha, is one of our recent ones. He was shot prior to being brought into the shelter. He has shrapnel scattered all over his body and his foot was severely injured and disfigured. We took in Omaha and got him the veterinary and at home care he needed and he has since made a full recovery and found his forever home! 


Assisting with Veterinary Bills

It kills us to see animals suffer because their owners cannot afford the vet care they need. Whenever we are able to, we love being able to help pay for the veterinary care of animals in these predicaments so that they can stay happy and healthy! 

Pictured: Mazie (ferret) recovering from a much needed leg amputation.