Emergency Hotline for Dog & Cat Rescues

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Our Mission

Save A Rescue’s Mission


SaveARescue.org has been developed to be “The Hub” and Help Center for all the 16,000+ Dog & Cat Rescues & Shelters in our database by dedicating ourselves every day to help them be more successful at saving more dogs and cats in their area and helping them create successful adoptions  via our expertise in Marketing and Branding in a number of ways.  We developed this website to be the Marketing Department for every Dog or Cat Rescue that needs support and help, whether it is via our contests that garner significant amounts of Pet Food that help off-set their financial overhead to operate their Rescue, take their phone calls in times of Emergency Rescue needs with our developed “911/Call In Center” available 24/7, our help coordinate life saving rescues by reaching out to our database of resources in their area that can join them in times of need, SaveARescue.org is here with our dozens of unpaid Volunteers who have decades of experience and expertise to lend in any situation.  Our impressive and massive database of not only all the Dog & Cat Rescues & Shelters, but our massive data resources of Pet Services covering every category of the Pet arena, including Veterinarians, Emergency 24/7 vet clinics, Boarding Kennels, Groomers, Trainers, and other Pet expert services who’s people are willing to team up and help in any emergency situation once informed and asked by us to join forces and lend a hand in any existing pet emergency that can help save dogs and cats so reliant on us for survival, safety, love and protection.


One of our main interests and concerns is to be a continuing, every day, solution to saving more dogs & cats from “Death’s Door” in overcrowded “High Kill” Shelters that are being euthanized due to lack of space.   It is our belief and researched via successful transportation programs happening on the East Coast, to acquire a Van to create a transportation project between Shelters & Rescues to “Pull” and move as many as possible from these “High Kill” Shelters to “No Kill” Shelters, Rescues and Sanctuaries where they can be cared for until permanent new adoptions can be made.

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