ARS Anniversary 07-01-22
Since Rescue Box launched in 2020, it has fed 1.6 million shelter animals!
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One of the pets who received donations through Rescue Box is Daisy and her pack of puppies that came to the Fur Fun Rescue in Lisbon, IA. The rescue received two pallets of dog food from the Greater Good Charities food bank, freeing up funding for essential medical care. Mama Daisy and her pups were lovingly cared for and when ready, they were put up for adoption. Mama Daisy was adopted right away! Seven of her pups have also been adopted, and two are ready and waiting for their forever homes.
In 2007, the Rescue Rebuild program launched and since then, your contributions have totalled over $876,000 to build or renovate animal shelters. The program strives to make shelters a more welcoming place for animals and to encourage interaction between pets and adopters. They focus on enriching the lives of the pets through building play yards, outdoor enclosures, and free roaming rooms for cats.
This before & after is of a shelter in Los Angeles that needed a space for dogs to run and play, so Rescue Rebuild showed up and created a dog park.
In 2018, seventeen lions and tigers were rescued from an abusive circus in Guatemala and rehomed to a 455 acre wildlife sanctuary in South Africa. These animals that had only known a life of entertaining humans, abuse, and living in cramped metal cages finally got to feel grass under their paws and roam free.
In 2015, the Emergency Animal Medical program was created because it became clear that simple medical procedures were inhibiting the adoption of loving animals across the U.S. Since then, you've helped us raise more than $1 million to provide rescued animals with medical care!
One particular pet we were able to aid was Penelope, who had to receive amputation surgery to remove her back leg, which was sadly damaged beyond the point of repair. She made a full recovery and has since been adopted into a wonderful home of her own.