Pet rescues in Miami help homeless puppies.
The holiday season is upon us and while we are thinking about what gifts to buy this year, the pet rescues in Miami are starting to feel the pinch as peoples’ dollars are moved away from donations and towards gifts for family and friends. But this is the time of year when rescues need us the most. Their expenses don’t change, they will actually go up after the first of the year when all of the unwanted puppies and kittens given as Christmas gifts are relinquished or worse, dumped on the streets. These are the unsung heroes that are out on the streets feeding, trapping, getting sick and injured animals medical attention, taking in hospice dogs, and trying to find homes for the unwanted.
There are so many things you can do to help. Here are just a few ideas:
Every rescue has never-ending veterinary and food expenses among other costs that arise every day. All Pet rescues in Miami rely on donations from the public in order to keep helping the animals in need.
Rescues go through an amazing number of sheets and towels. These don’t have to be new. Take a little time and clean out that linen closet that is overflowing with items you don’t use any more. Dog beds are always needed and appreciated. Food and toys are another great way to help. While a lot of the rescues do get some help from local pet supply stores and pet food company for food, toys are a luxury but are so important for the enrichment of these animals while they wait for loving homes. And don’t forget the treats. Even rescue pets deserve treats.
The pet rescues in Miami are always looking for people who can donate their time. Whether you want to go out and help feed, walk a few shelter dogs, or help fundraise, there is always work to be done. Maybe you can host a fundraising event in your home.
Follow the pet rescues in Miami on Facebook and share their posts. You never know what that one share can do for an animal. As they say, sharing is caring.
Do you have a little extra room where a homeless pet could crash until it finds a new home? Some rescues only need temporary fosters until the pet can be transported to its new home. A dog or cat that can live in a home is more likely to get adopted.
Adoption is what pet rescues in Miami are all about. Finding loving homes for unwanted pets. If you have a little room in your home and a little love in your heart adopting an unwanted pet is the best way to help.
Pet Rescues in Miami You Can Help This Christmas
There are some many wonderful rescues in Miami, we can’t list them all, but if you would like to add a rescue to the list please do so in the comments.
This list is in alphabetical order. We have given you a short description of what they do and a link to their website and/or Facebook page. All Miami animal rescues listed are non-profit organizations.
100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida
While their rescue house is located in Broward County this team rescues so many dogs out of Miami that I would be remiss if I did not include them. Their FACEBOOK PAGE is filled with heartwarming videos and you can view their current dogs up for adoption on their WEBSITE.
Community Pet Rescue
This wonderful organization rescues lost and abandoned pets from the streets of Miami. They do not have a shelter and rely solely on volunteers to foster.
Fairy Tails Adoptions
Since 2002 the Stanley J. Halpern Foundation has been rescuing unwanted pets and placing them in loving homes. All of their dogs are child and cat-friendly. Run by Donna Halpern the foundation is always in need of monetary donations as well as towels and sheets, food, cleaning supplies and more. Clean out those linen closets!
Here is another one-woman show. Run by Jamie Robinson, Jamie’s rescue takes in unwanted dogs and puppies from the streets of Miami.
Miami Animal Rescue
Paws 4 You
This rescue has an actual shelter and holds open houses twice per month. They are always looking for walkers, fosters and other volunteers.
Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dogs Project
This rescue goes out into the deep unpopulated areas of Miami and feeds countless numbers of dogs and cats who have been discarded like trash. They do this day in and day out no matter how hot, rainy or mosquito infested. The last I heard they were using almost 400 pounds of dog food per day. They are always looking for people to help feed the abandoned pets a well a food and monetary donations.
This Is The Dog
This is a small rescue in Homestead who does big work. They rely on volunteers and fosters to help them continue their mission. Click HERE for their website or HERE for their Facebook page to share with your friends.
This amazing rescue takes in the elderly, the sick and the terminal dogs that no one wants. They are always in need of donations to continue to provide veterinary care for the dogs in their care.
Click HERE for their Facebook page to learn more about their work. Don’t forget to share!