2012 Wrap Up

Though we have not been posting regularly, we are still here to support you in rescue-related matters. We have been unable to complete a cat rescue manual at this time because we have not received the necessary support from the cat rescue community, but our dog rescue best practices manual has helped many rescuers improve their organizations. If you’re interested in reading it, check it out here.

During 2012, we created several informational flyers for rescues to share in order to educate the public about topics such as dog breeding, adoption, and puppy mills. These materials are available here.

We also presented the Don’t Kill Bill show in Lakewood, Colorado, for an audience of about 200. The show raised awareness about puppy mills, adoption, and volunteering, and it generated several thousand dollars in funding for local rescue organizations. Additionally, we made a presentation to local rescue organizations about how to find and maintain volunteers. This presentation is available here.

In 2013, we will continue to provide resources for rescue organizations. If there is something specific we can assist you with, please contact us.

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2 Responses to 2012 Wrap Up

  1. Penni Norman says:

    Thank you for everything you do for the animals who so desperately need help and also the rescue organizations that are truly trying to help them. I hope you have a phenomenal 2013. I just wanted to ask you 1 question. Do you know of any transports that go through Des Moines, Iowa (or close by Des Moines, Iowa)? Once again, I wish you great success with everything you do to help those who most deserve it (and need it).

    Always for the Animals (and the “true blue” Rescue organizations that help them),
    Love, woof, and meow!
    Penni Norman

  2. Hi Penni,
    Thank you for your kind words and the work you do to help the animals. Regarding transport, your best bet is to post your query on the Pilots and Paws message board, as the pilots who are a part of that organization service the entire United States. Their website is http://pilotsnpaws.org/ . Good luck!

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