COVID-19: For the safety of the public and our volunteers, all of our upcoming events have been cancelled. We continue to monitor the situation and will keep you updated of any changes to our schedule.
We are still rescuing and adopting animals. Since our adoption process involves meet & greets and home checks, we ask that you inform our volunteers if you, or anyone you're in close contact with, shows signs of the virus. As always, placing an animal in the best home possible, as well as the safety of our volunteers and supporters, remains our top priority, and we will gladly reschedule any meet & greets and home checks, if needed.
While we understand that you're eager to meet your potential new family member, we need to work together to make this process as safe as possible for everyone involved.
We thank you for your understanding and continued support!
Love the People & Pets of ARTS Senior Animal Rescue xo
Featured Dog: Lucy
Hi! I'm Lucy and I LOVE people! I'm partial to men and would really like to find a new dad to curl up with - I'll even make sure that everyone I see passing by the window knows this is MY house and MY family - I'm very protective that way and I want you to stay safe.
To be completely honest with you, I'm not so great with kids and would like to be the only fur child in the house. Those are really my only requests. Now that we've got that out of the way, why not head over to my full profile and see if you might be the perfect paw parent for the rest of my life.
Love Lucy xo
ARTS Senior Animal Rescue is a 100% volunteer run organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehousing of senior cats and dogs. Seniors come to us from a variety of backgrounds such as from overcrowded shelters, pounds, strays, vet referrals, and voluntary surrenders. As a shelter-free organization, all of our rescues are placed in carefully vetted foster homes until a forever home is found. We are funded entirely by donations, with over 99% of money raised going directly towards the medical and dental care of the animals in our guardianship.
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