Monthly Archives: November 2010

Additional Drop Off Sites for Stuffed Animals

We have added two additional sites for drop off of stuffed animals destined for hospitalized children at Christmastime. There are now five six drop-off locations: Our shelter at 219 Peekstock Drive, Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri, 3 to 7 p.m. Our … Continue reading

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Special two-day Black Friday pet adoption event

At this time of year, when you’re thinking about how you can give to others, consider adopting a rescued dog, cat, puppy, or kitten into your family. You’ll get back while you give, and we’re making it easier to adopt by lowering our adoption fees for two days only. Cat adoption fees are discounted by $25, and dog adoption fees are discounted by $50. Continue reading

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Featured dog: Buddy

Hi everyone! I’m Buddy and I’m a darling Beagle youngster. I was born in December 2009, and I’m living in the comfort of a wonderful foster home. I’m socializing with people and other animals, and I’m also learning lots of good doggy manners. I’m used to being an only dog, so I’m learning how to play and share with other dogs…I’m making good progress. I love to play and hide my toys. Continue reading

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Featured Cat: Black Magic

This cat has been adopted. To view more adoptable cats and kittens, see our Cats and Kittens for Adoption page. Every week, we feature a cat or kitten on various pages at our website. Now that we’ve launched our blog, … Continue reading

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Stuffed animals need good homes too!

Help Animal Rescue Project help kids in need This holiday season, help us bring a little happiness to children in need. All year long, we rescue at-risk pets from pound facilities and find good homes for them.¬†While they’re with us, … Continue reading

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The new Animal Rescue Project blog

We have lots planned for this blog, and this week, we’re getting started. Why have an Animal Rescue Project blog? Animal Rescue Project volunteers and staff are a community, and we’re part of the larger community around us. We have … Continue reading

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