Hootie’s Rescue Haven is currently in need of funding to help us continue our mission of rescuing, healing and rehoming animals in need. It’s never easy to ask for help, but the reality is that we are at risk of closing the rescue without increased help from the community. Unfortunately due to funding concerns, we are currently unable to take in new rescue kids, and that breaks our hearts.
We have our annual fund raisers planned (golf tournament and trivia night) for the first and second weekends in October. Julie, who has been phenomenal in supporting our fund raising efforts, is also organizing the Cocktails for Canines event in September. We appreciate the help that all of our supporters and donors provide! It has become clear to me that we need to expand our support base to continue the rescue.
As most of you know, my Veterinary practice requires a tremendous amount of my time and focus as it is a 1-woman show. Therefore, we are currently forming a committee to help plan and run additional fundraising events. If you are interested in joining this group, please contact me for information.
We also need to expand our reach to help our rescue kids find the loving permanent homes they deserve. As of today, we still have Momma, Sunshine, Gunner, Chloe, Tippy and Stanley on the dog front, plus Bentley and Maggie (beagle sisters who recently lost their Mom). On the cat front we have Mowgli, Bagheera, Ava, Pinot and Kiki plus the 3 kids being fostered by the Scotts that need homes. Being able to rehome animals faster, will not only help the animals, but also allow us to rescue additional animals in need. So please help spread the word to help these kids find the homes that they deserve! We list our adoptable kids on Petfinder. Click here to find a current listing. We are also working to update our website to help expand our reach for those who are not on Facebook.
We greatly appreciate your continued support and helping us expand our support base to keep the Hootie’s Rescue Haven alive!
Kim, Tim and all of our furry, feathered, and fuzzy residents
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