RedRover News

May 17, 2022

Join RedRover’s 35th Anniversary Party

Bringing Animals from Crisis to Care Since 1987 What: Enjoy great beer for a great cause! RedRover, a local 501(3)(c) animal welfare nonprofit, is celebrating its […]
May 11, 2022

Happy Tail: Bene can see clearly now the pain is gone

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Patricia is the quintessential dog mom to her two Akitas, Bene (“Ben-ay”) and his sister Mika-San, (plus their spoiled […]
May 6, 2022

A safe escape for a family of turtles

Danielle’s* pet turtles are part of her family, so when she found herself seeking safe shelter from domestic violence, she did not have the heart to […]
May 6, 2022

Saving Fenwick: A Happy Tail

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Four years ago when Brenda worked for her local animal control agency, a little black and white cat was […]
April 29, 2022

A year of expansion: Bringing kindness and inclusivity into classrooms

By Nicole Forsyth, President and CEO RedRover’s new partnership with the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) will develop and pilot an expanded version of the […]
April 14, 2022

Collaborating with compassion: A look back at Bennettsville

By Helia Zarkhosh, Communications and Marketing Coordinator II  As I prepared to join Devon Krusko, RedRover Field Services and Community Programs Manager, on an Unchain Marlboro […]
April 8, 2022

Working with children on the spectrum: Autism Awareness Month

By Amelia Saris, Project Coordinator II April is #AutismAwarenessMonth and #AutismAcceptanceMonth! Do you know a child who is on the autism spectrum? Although every child is […]
April 6, 2022

Making Glynn County pet-friendly

By Katie Campbell, Director of Collaboration and Outreach And just like that, another domestic violence (DV) shelter in Georgia has become pet-friendly! Last month, a team […]
April 6, 2022

A Happy Tail for Pipe

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Nearly 10 years ago, Elizabeth returned from living abroad in Nicaragua with a little stowaway. Pipe had big brown […]

January 21, 2020

Building empathy for animals…one child at a time

What do students at Center City Public Charter School (CCPS), Petworth campus in Washington, D.C., look forward to at school? Getting to learn all about animals! […]
January 16, 2020

Can four walls save lives?

By Katie Campbell, RedRover Outreach Manager In 2019, our team provided 12 volunteer training workshops and deployed a total of 16 times to assist animals and […]
January 16, 2020

“My dog is my best friend”: A Furever Friends Happy Tail

When you became a FurEver Friend to the animals, you committed to helping animals find comfort in all crises, big and small. Though the devastation of […]
January 14, 2020

Happy 18th birthday, Sebastian!

Nine years ago, in 2011, Kerry came across a Craigslist ad for two nine-year-old Oriental Shorthair cats whose original owner was no longer able to care […]
January 14, 2020

2019 Year-in-Review: RedRover Responders

By Devon Krusko, RedRover Field Services and Outreach Coordinator I was hired as RedRover’s Field Services and Outreach Coordinator in March of 2019. This new position […]
January 7, 2020

“He had a great life here and he bettered ours:” Bo’s Story

Losing a pet is the bittersweet end to years of laughter, play and love. For those of us with cherished pets, it’s a hard reality we […]
December 16, 2019

Pet Travel Safety: 6 Tips for Safe Holiday Travel With Your Pets

By Tara Lenehan, RedRover Education Coordinator It all happened so fast. Over Thanksgiving weekend, I was driving home on Highway I-5 with my dog. I had […]
December 9, 2019

A Second Chance for Gypsy Rose

FurEver Friends isn’t just a clever name – with your monthly gifts to RedRover, you’re ensuring that pets and families in crisis can always receive the […]
December 6, 2019

Giving Back: Three Cheers for Volunteers!

By Devon Krusko, RedRover Field Services and Outreach Coordinator Kindness. Selfless acts. Pure intent. I think of these qualities when I think of volunteering.  I’ve found […]