These wonderful beings end up in facilities that are understaffed, overcrowded, and don’t have the means to help every animal find a forever home. 10,000; that is, in fact, the number of animals that get euthanized every day in the United States alone. That is unacceptable.
In response to this dilemma, a passionate group of animal lovers in our community has come together to form “Kate’s Furreka Rescue”, a group dedicated to helping improve the welfare and safety of animals in our community. Named after my sweet dog Kate, her plight inspired me to find other like-minded people who also felt a need to be a part of the solution.
We commit to assisting our local shelter with saving animals. We commit to educating our community about the importance of spay and neutering for their pets. We commit to assisting families who need a helping hand from the community to keep their pets at home instead of surrendering them to the shelter. We ask you as community members and businesses to also commit to helping ensure the welfare and safety of our animals.
Thank you all for your help and concern in this worthy venture.
– The Kate’s Furreka Rescue Team
Read a Tribute to Julia, who passed away unexpectedly.