Our Mission: Saving the lives of dogs and cats from uncertain futures. Our efforts are mainly concentrated on animals in high-kill shelters to reduce total euthanizations every year. We also provide spay/neuter services to our local community for unwanted litters.
Our founder, Roni Taylor, has been saving animals since she was a teenager. She formalized the rescue in 2011, after her Weimarainer, Lola, passed away. Since then, we have:
All of our animals are in foster homes, as we are an all-volunteer non-profit organization. Thus we want to consistently increase our number of fosters and volunteers to save more lives. We are always open to support from local businesses & individuals -- financial donation, dog/cat food, animal supplies (crates, leashes, collars, etc.) or even sharing us on social media. We operate solely on the donations and support from our community. We are very proud of this relationship and hope to increase it as we continue growing as a rescue. Check out more info on us in this article from Mile High Dog. You can also keep up with our rescue's efforts by following our blog here.
Want to get involved or donate? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us at (303) 842-1661, and we will call back within 12-24 hours.