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May 15, 2015
View the pictures from the RedRover Readers visit where children learned about "The Forgotten Rabbit."   //-->
April 22, 2015

KC, an Appaloosa gelding and his caregiver, Amber, have been a team since before the start of the new millenium. Their bond was immediate, as soon as they met they were a great pair. As Amber says, “We just get each other. He's not just an animal, he's one of my best friends.

April 21, 2015

Thank you so much for your support and well-wishes for Guy the Shih Tzu! The little seven-year-old with the broken jaw and injured eye has surgery scheduled this week, and the veterinarians hope he'll make a steady recovery following his surgery. Because of the generosity of people like you, Guy will get started with the lifesaving treatment he needs! Make sure to sign up for email updates at www.RedRover.org/Email to hear more updates about Guy's condition.

April 15, 2015

An interview with animal lovers like you: Josh and Melissa Levine

April 14, 2015

by Esperanza Zuniga, RedRover Relief Program Manager

March 20, 2015

Trupanion, a medical insurance company for cats and dogs, wants the public to decide what organizations Trupanion should donate to through its TruGiving program. RedRover is a frontrunner! We need your help to make sure we are among the top 3 nonprofits with the most votes.

March 5, 2015

Safe Embrace, a domestic violence shelter in Reno, was recently awarded a Safe Housing grant from RedRover. Thanks to your support, our Safe Housing grant enabled the Northern Nevada shelter to build the area’s first SAF-T (Sheltering Animals and Families Together) shelter for pets of domestic violence victims. The project is being led by their Executive Director, John Etchemendy.

March 3, 2015

by Rachel Hughes, RedRover Relief Case Manager

February 12, 2015

In January 2015, RedRover Responders volunteers braved long hours and winter storms to help more than one hundred cats on St. George Island, off the coast of Florida. The group of volunteers, in partnership with other feral cat groups, trapped 103 cats, and provided them with vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and basic care until they were later released.

 

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