Helping Animal Rescues
Adoption gives animals a second chance to have safe and loving homes. Adopting pets is a way to support local shelters instead of supporting breeding facilities or puppy mills that have cruel practices. Adopting a pet from a shelter saves more than just one life.
Most animal rescues are nonprofit, which means that they are based entirely on donations (of both time and money). Volunteers help to socialize the animals, spend time with them, walk them, and other important tasks that help keep it running.
Every animal shelter and rescue organization has bills to pay and monetary donations are gratefully accepted. Donations help cover the costs of daily operations, supplies, staff training, animal housing upgrades, community outreach programs, animal enrichment, etc.
Most animal rescues are nonprofit, which means that they are based entirely on donations (of both time and money). Volunteers help to socialize the animals, spend time with them, walk them, and other important tasks that help keep it running
All About the Cats (AATC) is an all-volunteer feline rescue with the goal to find as many forever homes as they can for our cat communities. AATC has fosters across Broward, Palm Beach and Martin Counties to vet, spayed/neuter and socialize the kitties, preparing them for adoption. After their final health check, and vet approval, AATC either places them locally or transports them to their shelter partners up north to find their forever homes.
Kitty Karma of Delray, Inc. is a non- profit organization established for the assistance of feral cats. They are trapped, spayed or neutered and returned to the location where they are fed on a ongoing basis and considered community cats. They rescue kittens and sociable cats, providing treatment, foster homes and adoptions with your generous donations. They will assist with trapping and fixing feral cats to decrease the cat population.
Animal Rescue Force of South Florida, Inc. (A.R.F.) is a non-profit, all volunteer 501(c)(3) animal organization that takes in homeless dogs, cats, puppies, kittens on death row in shelters, as well as owners' surrenders and strays, and then finds them good, forever, loving homes so that they don't have to die. Each dog, cat, puppy and kitten is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested for FeLV or heartworm and is micro-chipped before being adopted into their forever homes.
Tricounty Animal Rescue is a 100% No-Kill, 501(c)3, nonprofit animal shelter working to prevent the killing of over 270,000 unwanted pets in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties each year. With community support and zero government funding, they have rescued hundreds of pets from beyond Florida borders, and even outside of the country. Since their inception, they have saved over 88,000 domestic animals and plan to continue rescuing.
iHeart Animal Rescue's mission is to save animals from possible euthanasia and promote adoption. Whether a dog is found in the street or surrendered to their rescue, they find them the perfect forever home. They confirm that there is compatibility and a safe home environment. They often get phone calls about animals that have been in accidents, that are strays, and that are in need of medical assistance. They offer fostering, treatment, and socialization to prepare them for their new homes.
Dezzy’s Second Chance provides homeless dogs and cats in Palm Beach and Broward County with the opportunity to find a new loving home. Located on the Boca Raton and Delray Beach border, Dezzy’s Second Chance is an animal rescue that prides itself on connecting individuals and families with the pet of their dreams. Help save lives through animal adoptions and add a new member to your family from Dezzy’s Second Chance Animal Rescue in Delray Beach today! They are a 501 (c) (3) and a Florida Non Profit.
Truly All Cats Trapping and Rescue is 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of homeless cats in Palm Beach County Florida. Their goal is the humane trapping of cats for TNVR, (trap, neuter, vaccinate, return). Once community cats are spayed or neutered, the population of their colonies will stabilize because no more kittens will be born. Cats will be healthier because they are vaccinated against common diseases and will no longer be subject to cancers of the reproductive organs. Females will no longer have to bear the burden of going into heat several times a year and having litter after litter of kittens without veterinary care. Males will no longer exhibit most of the nuisance behaviors associated with breeding such as fighting for dominance with other males and spraying to mark their territories. TNVR benefits the lives of community cats and the community they live in.
"There are countless animals that need loving homes, and our rescues need our help. If it's a dollar, an hour, a shared social media post, or an rescue event attendance, you can make a difference."
Jill Merjeski, Rescue Alliance, Foster Mom, Fundraiser, SPONSOR, PET FOOD DRIVE INITIATER
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