When you move to a brand new city, it’s normal to feel some fear and anxiety. But when Robin*, a long-time cat lover, moved to a new city in Michigan with her husband, all she began to experience was fear. Her abusive husband became increasingly violent. Robin feared that her abuser would retaliate her young cats, CJ and Sam, if she left them behind.
Beacon of Hope Center for Women, Inc., a domestic violence shelter in Indianapolis, Indiana, is committed to keeping families safe, including family members of furry nature.
Watch this video and see how this domestic violence shelter recognized the need for safe housing for pets, and found a way to help.
In less than five minutes, this powerful video will make you a believer in having pet housing at domestic violence shelters. You'll understand why we think it's so important to preserve the amazing bond between people and animals.
When RedRover Responders volunteers arrived in the Estrie region of Quebec to help care for rescued puppy mill dogs, they knew they were going to be able to give them a fresh start.
Summertime + sunshine = a great chance to spend quality time with your pet, but the hot weather can also pose some dangers if you’re not careful. Follow these summertime pet safety tips to ensure you and your furry family members have a safe and fun season!
Jean was at home cooking breakfast when her son Jason called. While driving to work, he spotted a little beagle lying on the side of the road. He couldn’t just pass by and leave him to suffer, so Jason pulled over, scooped up the limp dog and drove him to a friend’s house. He called his mom and asked if she would pick up little “Festus” and take him to a veterinarian.
Ever wonder what life is like at RedRover? We interviewed Esperanza Zuniga, RedRover Relief program manager on her insights on hope, what it means to make a difference, and the three pet safety tips every responsible pet parent should follow!
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After living in fear of abuse and violence for months, Andrea* said, “enough.” She was ready to escape her batterer, but only if she could bring her little terrier mix, Clover, with her.