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We save homeless animals from area shelters who have the least chance of survival in a shelter and who could not be adopted without proper nutrition, medication, and caring. We also focus on homeless dogs who need behavioral training, because they have a lower chance of adoption in the shelter without help. We sometimes pick up stray animals and occasionally accept animals from people who give up their pets. In 2021, we started a feral cat trap-neuter-release program that has continued to grow - mostly placing cats in rural homes as barn cats, but sometimes placing with adopters as outdoor cats.

We ensure that our animals get necessary medical care, vaccinations/annual pills, and then place them in loving foster homes until they find forever homes. All of our animals are spayed/neutered and microchipped before adoption.We annually report our animal intake and outcome statistics on Shelter Animals Count, a collaborative initiative formed by a diverse group of stakeholders to create and share a national database of sheltered animal statistics Our life-saving rate (using ASPCA metric) has always been over 90%, often more. 

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