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, Virginia, in April. Your support helped give Luna a successful new start at life.
Pick up a new book for yourself from Barnes & Noble and RedRover will receive 10% to 20% of eligible sales when you buy in-stores on September 7 or at BN.com/bookfairs September 7-11 with voucher code # 11437662 !
RedRover has joined up with The Deadly Link, a new investigative documentary on the connection between animal abuse and domestic violence. The documentary is meant to educate police officers, social service providers, veterinarians and other investigators about the connection on different forms of abuse and help them work together to stop it. Watch the trailer:
(Trigger warning; contains dramatization.)
In July 2014, RedRover assisted the Cherokee County Animal Shelter with the sheltering and care of more than 350 dogs rescued from a suspected Georgia puppy mill. We want to say thank you to all our RedRover Responders volunteers and generous supporters for making this deployment possible!
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans on August 29, 2005, thousands of human and animal lives were changed forever. Through Katrina, one of the largest natural disasters in world history, we saw some of the greatest stories of animal survival.
In January 2013, RedRover Responders volunteers deployed the Silver Springs area in Florida at the request of the Forest Animal Rescue by Peace River Refuge & Ranch to help with the relocation of over 130 animals from the wildlife sanctuary. Watch the video and see how RedRover Responders volunteers helped these magnificent animals!