It’s the season of giving, and books can be a magical way to share the gifts of awareness and empathy. The RedRover staff has come together to compile a list of our favorite books that would make great gifts. We hope you and the loved ones on your gift list enjoy RedRover’s recommended books!
By RedRover Director of Education and Outreach Karly Noel
You were so generous on #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season that encourages charitable activities to support nonprofit organizations.
By Nicole Forsyth, RedRover President and CEO
Each year, the RedRover Relief program helps hundreds of animals by providing financial and emotional support to pet owners when their companions need lifesaving veterinary care.
These animals are living healthy, happy lives thanks to your generous support.
By guest blogger Jenny Wise
If you have always loved dogs and wish you could adopt all of them from your local shelter, you are a prime candidate for fostering a dog. Some people shy away from becoming a foster home for dogs because they are not sure exactly how it works or what the time and financial commitments would be. But fostering a dog is an important service that is manageable for most people. If you have been considering fostering a dog, our three tips will help you get started.
Our RedRover Readers volunteer facilitators are dedicated to making a difference in tomorrow’s world. Dr. Catherine Faver and Dr. Janet Martinez are two examples of compassion in action, as they inspire children to make the world a more compassionate place for people and animals.
Randall, a RedRover Relief recipient, shares his story
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month – the perfect time to express our gratitude for our older pets and all they bring to our lives!
Sometimes we get busy and forget to listen to those we love. Practice active listening with your pets. Do they come to you asking for walks, play time or belly rubs? If so, stop and let them know you’re listening. Here’s a list to get you started:
Cat has dedicated her life to rescuing and caring for abused and neglected animals. So when she heard that Sammy, an 87-year-old desert tortoise, needed a new home, she couldn’t turn him away. Although it’s difficult to know exactly what his life has been like throughout his many years, the damage to his shell was clearly an indication of abuse.