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July 27, 2015

Written by RedRover Responders volunteer Donna Lagomarsino

July 17, 2015

by Dr. James Young, Executive Director of The Chester Foundation and Laurel Meleski, RedRover Relief case manager

July 17, 2015

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. 

July 17, 2015

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.

July 1, 2015

In February 2014, Lisa and some volunteers from an animal rescue group in California finally captured Savannah, a one-year-old yellow Labrador, on the side of the road after a week-long search and rescue effort. Savannah had been hit by a car and her leg was badly injured.

June 18, 2015

You helped Junkyard the bulldog get his emergency sugery when became very sick. Read what his mom Ashley had to say in her GreatNonprofits review:

June 18, 2015

Trapped in Paradise will commence on Maui, Hawaii, in June 2015. RedRover Responders volunteers will deploy to the island to assist our partners at Animal Balance, in conjunction with the Maui Humane Society and local organizations. We need your support to provide the shelter, love and medical attention for up to 600 cats!

June 17, 2015

When you support RedRover’s Safe Housing program, you help domestic violence victims like Elaine* grow from victims into survivors. She and her dogs are safe because people like you care about protecting pets and people from domestic violence.

June 17, 2015

Emily and her family were going through a devastating time. They had lost two of their beloved older pets to cancer within one week. The family was still mourning these losses when, less than one week later, their cat Tater was diagnosed with large bladder stones – which could lead to a life-threatening urinary blockage.

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