Why we do what we do.

Why we do what we do. Well, for starters I want to thank you for stopping by. Our Mission and our desire to help animals in need has driven us to start our rescue. In the area we are founded in we have found many animals needing life saving intervention. Our desire to help these animals in need has driven us to the brink at times. However we stay positive that we can continue with our work. With volunteers, donors, adopters and the continued support we will thrive. 

When I was a kid we didn't have much yet we always had an animal in our home. As a kid I didn't understand why things happened the way they did. Sometimes when we got home from school our pets wouldn't be there. Growing up it wasn't explained. However I now know why. If our animals were sick 0r got injured we couldn't afford their vet care so my mother would take them to the shelter or find another family to care for them. That is the sad reality of it. So I do not want that to happen to any other Child! I do not think it is fair to the animals who trust and love their owners despite their means of caring for them. 

So here we are trying to stop the ugly cycle of discarded pets, "family members".

 Animals are at our mercy when it comes to their care. So we would like to one day be in a position to help other families pay their vet bills, alter their pets free of charge, and give life saving vaccines.

Currently I do take in orphaned animals "bottle babies" to help them survive. The truth is its not easy work but we are making a difference in these little ones lives. 

When I was 19 years old I rescued Max. He was supposed to be a purebred GSD "German Sheppard" however he wasn't. So my boyfriend at the time didn't want him. So I took Max and broke up with the guy. Max was supposed to have had his vaccines, however he didn't he contracted distemper. That was one of the worst experiences of my life. So I told myself I would never rescue an animal if I couldn't provide Vet care.


Years later I almost hit a dog who ran out into the street. I pulled over and got her out of the road. I wasn't ready for her to come in my life. I was renting a room and could not take her home. So I thought I would take her to a shelter. I was petting her when I discovered she was covered in ticks. So instead of going to the shelter  I took her into the vet to get treatment. At that moment I knew she would be mine. Kaya was the most loyal loving dog I had ever met. She lived with us for 13 years. I owe everything to her. She taught me what unconditional love is. 

So now I am working to help the voiceless, helpless unconditional love providing animals one day at a time.