In January 2015, RedRover Responders volunteers braved long hours and winter storms to help more than one hundred cats on St. George Island, off the coast of Florida. The group of volunteers, in partnership with other feral cat groups, trapped 103 cats, and provided them with vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and basic care until they were later released.
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Are you the type of pet lover who's in-the-know about healthy pet food, takes the dog on long walks and gives extra cuddles to feline friends? Do you share tips with other pet owners about all the best ways to keep their pets healthy, too? Then you should take the #IHeartMyPet pledge!
Jenny’s buddy Lucky started experiencing episodes where he had trouble walking and kept falling over. After the episodes started he seemed to be tired more often than not. Jenny was seeing her friend, her cuddle buddy, her source of comfort, fade before her eyes.
For the last ten years Jenny and Lucky have been constant companions. From childhood and living with Jenny’s parents, to going to college and moving out on their own, Jenny and Lucky have done everything together. To lose her furry family member to this mystery illness was unthinkable to Jenny.
Attention: California, Illinois, Arizona, Oklahoma and Idaho! Do you know of an elementary school that could use $5,000? If you do, please tell a teacher or principal about the 2015 RedRover Readers Impact Contest.
By RedRover Responders volunteer, Jodi Jenkins.
This month, RedRover is launching a brand new year-long campaign to help people take better care of their pets by preventing and preparing for future veterinary emergencies. You can join this campaign by taking the #IHeartMyPet pledge today >>
We are excited to announce the launch of our 2015 #IHeartMyPet Education Campaign! Our goal is to help animal caregivers prepare for veterinary emergencies through cost-saving strategies and preventive care tips.
Each year, our RedRover Relief case managers respond to thousands of desperate pleas from pet owners – often for animals suffering from life-threatening conditions that could have been avoided through simple preventative measures.
This is a happy ending story you made possible – you helped save Rick's best friend.
Thanks to you, our RedRover Responders team can provide emergency care for animals who are rescued from disasters, cruelty and neglect.
On behalf of all of us at RedRover, thank you for making our work possible. We know the animals thank you, too.