CALL FOR URGENT DONATIONS!!!
We need urgent funds to pay for our vet bills. We go fundraising every week – it doesn’t cover all our bills. We urgently need money coming in to cover the cost of our bills. Without money coming in – we will not be able to survive its that simple. In August we saved the lives of 40 dogs from dog pounds and 24 cats off the street. It all takes money. Soon all little rescues like ours will fold – and dogs like the hundreds we have saved – will not get help
Little Pippa – just 8 years old, and her whole mouth is full of rotten teeth. We couldn’t leave her in the dog pound – we had to take her home. Now being fostered with Mrs Nix, in her lovely warm home – she is in such pain with these teeth – how could someone leave such a sweet girl in such a bad state for so long. Her nails are that long – they have grown round and into her pads.
Please donate to help us pay for this dental treatment. All money donated to us goes straight into our charity bank account – and helps us carry on saving dogs like Pippa.
See more of Pippa’s photos here http://www.rainrescue.co.uk/our-dogs/available-for-adoption/pippa-lovely-old-girl-jack-russell/
During 2011 we saved the lives of 223 dogs, most from destruction dog pounds in England as well as 123 cats – dumped on the streets to starve and die. Just one statistic too many in a world full of throw away pets.
Rain Rescue on average saves the lives of 5 dogs and 5 cats every week – all nice dogs who didn’t deserve to be dumped. Can you help us continue?
The pets we save aren’t the easy ones – they are the ones nobody else wants who need vet treatment, time and patience to recover and the chance to find a new home. It may not be much to some, but to that pet, it means the world.
Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley and Doncaster are cruelty hot spots. Rescue centres are closing with financial hardship so nobody is left to save these pets from destruction, abandonment, neglect and pain.
Money is needed to restore these pityful pets back to full health, their trust in man-kind and find them new loving homes.
Without your help and donations – will we be here next year – to help the 300 or so that we could?
Read about us for for more info on our background and what we do.