In early April 2016, RedRover Responders volunteers were on the ground in Pennsylvania with the Core Creek Collaborative. Working in partnership with Bucks County, Animal Lifeline, Rescue Purrfect, the PSPCA, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and local organizations, RedRover helped to implement a strategic Trap-Treat-Neuter-Place/Return program.
This Earth Day, the RedRover staff took a moment to reflect on how we celebrate Earth every day. Here are some of our favorite ways to respect, protect and connect with Earth:
1. Spending time outdoors with an animal friend
"One of my favorite things to do is run along the American River trail with our pup - especially in the evening or at night when a lot of wildlife come out.”
Mark your calendars to support RedRover! Starting at midnight on May 3rd, the Sacramento region will come together for one BIG Day of Giving - a 24-hour giving challenge to support local nonprofits. Your donations on this day will help us expand our programs nationwide, so we can bring more animals from crisis to care.
By RedRover President and CEO, Nicole Forsyth
RedRover is excited to announce the first RedRover Readers program book in Spanish. We’ve collaborated with The Gryphon Press publishers to create Rufo liberado! This Spanish-language edition of Buddy Unchained by Daisy Bix was translated with the help of Dr. Iris Escudero from The Bilingual Owl.
In some cases, a special donation is needed to save an animal’s life. This is when we call upon our On-Call Angels.
When Nike, a one-year-old pit bull, swallowed a foreign object and needed urgent surgery to resection his intestines, his family was heartbroken. They didn’t have the funds to pay in full for the procedure, and they couldn’t imagine life without him.
Christian and Amber work part time to put themselves through college and support their three cats, who are cherished members of the family. Their cats are closely bonded and usually spend the days napping together and grooming each other.
It is "tour" t-shirt time! In 2015, RedRover Responders volunteers sheltered more than 1,400 animals. We can't think of a better way to celebrate their amazing animal-saving efforts than by proudly wearing the 2015 Tour T-shirt. For a limited time, you can order your own commemorative Tour T-shirt listing all of the deployments from 2015. This year, the T-shirt is a heathered gray color with black writing.