Here Are a Few Local Rescue Groups & Shelters
Please Donate, Volunteer and Use their Resources
Meet Ranger and Trooper. Ranger is the smaller one that looks like a black tri and Trooper is a black bi. Ranger’s history is unknown. He was dropped off at a Kentucky shelter this summer with no history, not even age. Picked up by a Pennsylvania BC rescue and adopted by me 30 days later when I happened upon him at an event in Scranton. I wasn’t looking but I guess he was. Trooper was at Lollypop two years ago this coming February, his owners were moving to one of those states that doesn’t allow dogs. Lollypop didn’t feel he was adoptable because he didn’t handle the kennel well. They contacted us (thru Aussie Rescue) and we went out to evaluate him. He passed our evaluation process and Scott fostered him, then adopted him.
Both are great boys and we are lucky to have them.
….Would LOVE to talk to you about putting our rescue group link on your website too. We volunteer for ARPH (Aussie Rescue Placement Helpline). Its an established organization with volunteers in the US and Canada. We are trying to build our presence in WNY with more volunteers and adopters. http://www.aussierescue.org
Ann’s Disaster Fund
As I hope you’ve heard, Habitat For Cats of Rochester’s Ann Cottone just lost her entire apartment and family of cats in a fire today, August 24, 2011. The link above has more information about the disaster, and ways to help, with future updates hopefully coming. Thanks to Lauren and Judy for coordinating our offers of help, and donations! You can also get more information at these websites, as to how you can help Ann get back on her feet. Habitat for Cats facebook page, and the Habitat for Cats website.
A large animal sanctuary for abused, abandoned and neglected farm animals.
A no kill animal shelter in Waterloo, New York. Visit their website for their wish list.
We are the BT CRUISERS; a Rochester NY based Boston Terrier group that formed in December 2008 as a meet up group designed first and foremost for our little Boston Terriers. We meet twice a month for our regular play groups but in turn have become so much more than just a meet up group.
Distinguished Dobermans Rescue, Inc. (D.D.R.) is a non-profit,charitable organization whose primary mission is to give abandoned Dobermans a second chance at finding a loving, safe and suitable forever homes.
Jack Russell Rescue