written by Laurel Meleski, RedRover Relief case manager
Unexpected illness or injuries can be a huge burden to pet owners, both financially and emotionally. Here are a few of the most common injuries and illnesses that our case managers see through the RedRover Relief program, and some things you can do to prepare for or prevent them.
Beth Gammie, RedRover’s Emergency Services Manager, is at the Emergency Response bootcamp this week in Gonzales, Louisiana. Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, animal emergency response groups are coming together to train responding personnel about animal rescue and care in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
Fall has arrived, and it's back to school time for RedRover Readers. Here are some exciting updates in the RedRover Readers program:
(workshop to be presented at The 41st NOVA (National Organization for Victim Assistance) Conference)
Written by RedRover Responders volunteer Donna Lagomarsino
by Dr. James Young, Executive Director of The Chester Foundation and Laurel Meleski, RedRover Relief case manager
When Julian, an eight-year-old boy from Sacramento, California, heard a story about a homeless cat in the RedRover Readers program, he was inspired by the caring people that adopt animals every day.
Last week, we told you about the 150+ animals rescued from a North Carolina property. The animals were living in unsafe and unsanitary conditions, and needed help. Because people like you support RedRover, we were able to send emergency volunteers to the temporary shelter to begin providing immediate daily care to the rescued animals.