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“AWARE OF PAWS”
As previously stated, an animal shelter can be your local pound and be government-owned but not all shelters are funded by tax-payer money. Generally speaking, an animal shelter is a place where animals are surrendered or brought in when their previous owners either cannot take care of them anymore or if they are found on the streets.
An animal rescue is usually a private organization or a private endeavor which takes in certain animals (mostly pet animals or companion animal only) from abusive homes or homeless situations. What an animal rescue does is to provide the animal a temporary home through a network of animal foster parents who agree to host the animal until it is adopted. This is can be for the duration of rehabilitation if the animal has health or behavior problems, or for the duration of treatment if the animal is ill or in need of veterinary help.
An animal rescue can also be focused on one or two types of animals only. Some are breed and age specific which is a good thing because this means that the people who are fostering the animals really have a passion for the specific breed or age of animal the rescue is focused on.
Generally speaking, animal rescues run on pure donation and goodwill of animal lovers. It is very rare for an animal rescue to receive any help or funding from the government.
THE ADOPTION PROCESS
Adopting can be easy-peasy or can be very painstaking. From what we’ve gathered from interviews and online research, a future animal parent can simply give up because going through the process can be a real test in determination but it will all be worth it in the end; after all, you are adopting another family member.
When shelters or rescues have stringent adoption processes, it is best to take time to get to know them. If they are investing a lot of time and effort in finding the best homes for the animals in their care, that should be taken as a good sign and not as a hindrance to you having your very own fur baby.
Every organization and facility is different. Usually, shelters are not as strict as rescues in processing adoptions but there can always be exceptions. As Jen Daley of Pet Dog Adoptions says, “Whichever organization you choose, it is important to respect the process” – we could not agree more!
►Widely recognized animal rescue organizations :
♥ KM Animal
♥ Animal Aid Unlimited, India
♥ Hope For Paws – Official Rescue Channel
♥ Vet Ranch
♥ Animal Rescue Corps
♥ H.O.M.E Animal Rescue
♥ Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters
♥ International Animal Rescue IAR
♥ Wildlife Aid
♥ The Humane Society of the United States
♥ World Animal Awareness Society
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►Rescue groups exist for most pet types (reptile rescue, rabbit rescue or bird rescue), but are most common for dogs and cats. For animals with many breeds, rescue groups may specialize in specific breeds or groups of breeds. For example, there might be local Labrador Retriever rescue groups, hunting dog rescue groups, large-dog rescue groups, as well as general dog rescue groups.
►In the United Kingdom, both shelter and rescue organisations are described using the blanket term rescue, whether they have their own premises, buy in accommodation from commercial kennels, or operate a network of foster homes, where volunteers keep the animals in their homes until adoption.
►Widely recognized animal rescue organizations :
Channel: Animal Book RESCUE
Published: 2018-12-07 20:58:45
Operation Dog Days of Summer (Mini-documentary)
Animal Rescue Corps and Mississippi Officials rescue nearly 200 animals from a puppy mill in Senatobia, MS. The animals were found without adequate food, water, or shelter. Some of the animals were emaciated and in critical condition and had to be rushed to a near-by clinic. All the animals were extremely dirty and suffering from heavy parasite infestations. Since their rescue all of the animals have been receiving daily care, grooming, needed medical care and socialization at the ARC Emergency Shelter. Soon the animals will be on the way to ARC’s trusted placement partners, where each will find a forever home. Thank you to the BISSELL Pet Foundation for a generous grant and everyone who helps to make these rescue operations possible.
Please visit Animal Rescue Corps at www.animalrescuecorps.org to learn more or make a donation to support our life-saving work.
Channel: Animal Rescue Corps
Published: 2016-08-18 15:33:11
Less Than a Month Puppy Deformed Front Legs
Less than a month puppy was found in a pagoda screaming so poor with severely injured cause of bitten by big dog.
His front legs were deformed and struggled to move until rescuers met him very shock. He has sent to the vet for being treated but we won’t hope he can walk again.
He’s now in treatment process please pray for him to recover and able to walk again as normal.
We will update…
Courtesy: Thanchanok Maybell
Channel: AnimalSTEP Official
Published: 2017-10-11 14:37:52
Rescue of 200 horses by 7 women in 2006 ( Netherland )
The biggest horse story that came out of The Netherlands in 2006 was the amazing tale of the Great Netherlands Horse Rescue. A group of about 100 horses were stranded on a small piece of land when the waters rose unexpectedly after a fierce storm. The horses were stranded for three days on a tiny sliver of land. Firemen and animal welfare officers brought the horses food and water to keep up their strength. As wind and icy rain blasted the horses, they huddled together with their rear ends facing the wind. Finally on the third day, the great rescue was made.
There were 7 woman critical to the rescue ! One woman risked her life cutting fence in neck high water and contacting authorities has never been recognized Norma Miedema. Then there were the 6 women (ages 19-40) who rode that day and were honored by their government for their bravery and courage for riding into frigid flood waters that had hidden ditches, strewn with broken fencing and other hazards.
Norma Miedema the first responder.
The riders’ and horses’ names are :
Susan Fransen riding Blizzard, Micky Nijboer riding Berber, Antje Dijkstra riding Humphrey, Hinke Lap riding Guinever, Christina Stormer riding Perfeft and Fardow de Rueter riding King.
The Riders came on the third day as again the waters were due to rise with the next storm. This next storm would be the horses end. The horses caught by the flooding were weakening and many were showing signs of giving up. The nature of the horse herd kept them from trying to save themselves.
For three days the media broadcasted the unsuccessful attempts to rescue them. Then a posting appeared on the Friesian horse forum, by Micky Nijboer: “horses and riders sought…..Only experienced riders with horses without fear of water” could try the idea of leading them off the small mound of land. They would meet the next day and the video is what they accomplished by risking themselves and their horses.
here’s a link of this amazing story: http://www.readersdigest.com.au/horse…
Channel: Armelle Alfreedom
Published: 2014-12-25 21:26:07
Christmas puppy miracle – rescuer was bitten by TWO DOGS but wouldn’t let go!!!
Our #HopeForPaws & #YouTubeGiving campaign is coming to an end, and we really hope you will join our team today with a small donation.
I will post photo more updates on our website: https://www.HopeForPaws.org
Thank you so much to our friends at ART N’ Paws for finding them loving forever homes: http://www.artnpawsanimalrescue.org/
The rescue of Linda, Stella and Falabella was challenging, it took place on a very hot day, and it was in a huge open area with many dangers all around… from cars, to the train and many coyotes in the area. Luckily, I had Loreta Frankonyte with me, and together we were able to accomplish the mission successfully.
Happy Holidays Everybody!
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Channel: Hope For Paws – Official Rescue Channel
Published: 2018-12-19 06:20:02