Each year, the RedRover Relief program helps hundreds of animals by providing financial and emotional support to pet owners when their companions need lifesaving veterinary care.
These animals are living healthy, happy lives thanks to your generous support.
In October 2014, RedRover Responders volunteers deployed to Jackson County, West Virginia, to help care for 136 dogs rescued from a puppy mill. We recently recieved updates from their big adoption day, where dogs and puppies joined their new families on the way to their forever homes!
Earlier in 2014, RedRover Responders volunteers deployed to Preston County, West Virginia, to help dogs rescued from an alleged puppy mill. Volunteers set up and maintained the temporary shelter, caring for the dogs while helping the local community.
Animal abuse is a horrible crime, but did you know that its discovery can help investigators uncover further abuse in the home? When animal abuse occurs, it can be an indicator that some sort of human abuse (domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse) may be taking place as well. This is “the link.”
Welcome to RedRover's inaugural Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign! This campaign invites you to identify why you believe in connecting people and pets with a safe escape from domestic violence.
Join RedRover in raising awareness of the link between domestic violence and animal abuse on social media:
We're so close to making the E-Books for Empathy project become a reality! Join a network of animal lovers, teachers and parents who are pledging their support to help us finish our first e-book.
Meet Luna. This dainty Chinese crested mix was rescued from a suspected puppy mill in Preston County, West Virginia, in April. Your support helped give Luna a successful new start at life.