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Welcome to PetRescue.Com, where the life of every animal that crosses our path is important to us. Visit our “Tails to Tell” section and read the heartwarming stories of some of the animals, both past and present, who have shared our lives – happy endings are guaranteed!  Take a look at our  Library where we have many useful articles to help with pet ownership/pet problems. We hope that you enjoy your visit and come back again to see us!

As with most other non-profits, the economic downturn has been hard on us. In addition to the drop in general donations a business that had been helping us with food donations for many years has had to drastically cut back. Their past generosity enabled us to better attend to the veterinary needs of our animals so we are really struggling to both feed and care for the animals. Now more than ever we rely on the kindness of strangers. Any donations, no matter how small, would be gratefully appreciated. Please help us to help them. Thank you!

SCAM ALERT! It has come to our attention that some people who have posted “Lost Pet” ads online, especially on Craig’s List, are receiving phone calls from individuals claiming to be from PetRescue.Com and offering to help find their pets for a fee. It appears that some calls are via Skype. In other cases, calls from one area code state a call-back number to a different area code. THESE PEOPLE ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH PETRESCUE.COM! We do not ever contact people and offer our services to help find their pets. PLEASE DO NOT SEND THESE INDIVIDUALS ANY MONEY!

Find your lost pet
If your pet is lost, the best chance you have of recovering your loved one is to read our article, “How to Find a Lost Cat or Dog”. We have numerous testimonials from people who have found their lost pet by following our advice.
Learn how to place pets
Do you have a pet that you are trying to find a home for? Learn how by reading this and other related articles we have to offer in our library.
“The Gift”
“Alfie’s gift to her was a healed heart”. A true story about a homeless Siamese cat.
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