RedRover offers two grant programs and other resources to enable victims to leave their batterers without having to leave their pets behind. Learn more about our grant programs and this issue by following the links below.
Grants pay for temporary boarding and/or veterinary care to enable a victim to remove pets to safety. For victim's safety, the application must be submitted by a shelter worker.
Grants fund start-up costs for a domestic violence shelter seeking to house pets on-site.
RedRover recommends and promotes the Sheltering Animals and Families Together (SAF-T) guide to domestic violence shelters seeking to create on-site pet housing.
Find other resources and information about pets and domestic violence, and learn more about what RedRover is doing to help.
Download RedRover's flier about pets and domestic violence (PDF) and distribute it to your local domestic violence shelters, animal shelters and other people who care.
Sign up for upcoming online training opportunities and view recorded online presentations.