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Who we are
We are a dedicated group of volunteers helping at-risk pets. Our service area is Harrisonburg city and Rockingham County, but we have partnerships all over the state. As an all-volunteer 501c3, we depend entirely on donations to help pets and their owners.
Our primary focus is keeping pets healthy and happy in their original loving homes. If that isn't possible, we can help owners with the rehoming process. We also work closely with, and support, other shelters and rescues in our area.
We always need: pet food (cat, dog, kitten and puppy); gently used items like crates, bowls, toys and collars; and additional volunteers. Our volunteers set up adoption and other events, assist at events, help individual pets and owners, and keep our online activities current.
If you are interested in donating supplies or helping, please contact us.
Our 2019 Work By the Numbers
cats and kittens, puppies and dogs placed in new loving homes with 7 remaining in our foster homes
rehomes or transfers to other rescue groups
trap-neuter-returns of feral cats ending te cycle of unplanned litters
pets kept with their families through respite foster/boarding or payment of pet rent
lifesaving surgeries. Plus dental work, senior blood work, radiographs, diagnostic tests, non-emergency surgeries, 3 emergency visits, etc.
Helping Owners -- Keeping pets out of the shelter
The last thing we want is for more pets to end up in shelters.
We work with owners who need:
Basic, advanced and emergency vet care,
Supplies, including crates and doghouses,
Know an owner in need? Contact us
Fostering Saves Lives -- We can only help if we have a foster
Simply put, fostering saves lives. We get requests to take pets from distressed owners weekly. The only way we can take these pets into our program is to have a foster home available.
Fostering is incredibly rewarding. We match you with a pet in need, provide all supplies and vet care -- you just provide the love and patience. Afraid you will 'fail'? That's okay, too. Think of it as a trial adoption.
Contact us to ask about fostering.