June 18, 2015

You helped Junkyard the bulldog get his emergency sugery when became very sick. Read what his mom Ashley had to say in her GreatNonprofits review:

June 17, 2015

When you support RedRover’s Safe Housing program, you help domestic violence victims like Elaine* grow from victims into survivors. She and her dogs are safe because people like you care about protecting pets and people from domestic violence.

June 17, 2015

Emily and her family were going through a devastating time. They had lost two of their beloved older pets to cancer within one week. The family was still mourning these losses when, less than one week later, their cat Tater was diagnosed with large bladder stones – which could lead to a life-threatening urinary blockage.

June 17, 2015

by Bob Bridge, RedRover Responders volunteer Team Lead

June 14, 2015

Summertime + sunshine = a great chance to spend quality time with your pet, but the hot weather can also pose some dangers if you’re not careful. Follow these summertime pet safety tips to ensure you and your furry family members have a safe and fun season!

May 27, 2015

by RedRover Relief Case Manager Laurel Meleski

As pet owners, we naturally want to care for our four-legged friends, but what happens when an unexpected illness or accident happens and the cost to care for your pet is more than you can afford?

May 27, 2015


Resources for pet owners: 

Sheltering and/or veterinary care

Veterinary Emergency Team - Texas A&M University

Lost and found oets

May 27, 2015

Gina’s dog, Cooper, meant everything to her children. One of Gina’s kids had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, and Cooper had bonded closely with the sick child over the years. But the entire family suffered under the hands of their abuser, and Cooper was a victim of domestic violence, too. Gina knew it was time to escape, but she wouldn’t leave without Cooper.

May 26, 2015

RedRover Responders volunteers are known for sheltering animals in disasters and sometimes, that means lending a hand to small communities in need.   Ten years ago, the Hancock County Animal Shelter in Mississippi was destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. After seven years of fundraising, the county was able to reopen the shelter in the town of Kiln. Since then, the tiny shelter has worked heroically to provide shelter for stray and abandoned animals.  However, it had limited kennel space to help all the dogs and pups who needed their help.