PLEASE NOTE: We are currently at capacity and cannot take on any additional animals.

We have faced many challenges since opening our rescue four years ago, but stepping up to help a local rescue close its doors and taking in their 90+ rescued animals, may be the biggest, yet. This other rescue had to close because the founder and only caregiver has brain cancer and dementia. When we first arrived, it was clear the animals had not been taken care of for some time. 


Taking in so many animals is not something we do lightly. But we feel it is unconscionable to turn our back and let these innocent animals be euthanized. We are sure you would agree. We are working hard to find new homes for all the adoptable animals, and until we have some open enclosures and spaces, we are not able to take in any more animals or foster. 

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