Animals We Have Rescued and Sponsored
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Some of the animals we sponsor are animals that we have rescued. Some are animals for whom we have made a donation to get them out of a high-kill shelter. And others are those for whom we have donated small or large amounts to help cover vet bills, transportation and more – whatever they need! This year Running for Rescues has helped over 40 animals. Here are just SOME of the amazing animals we have been able to help due to YOUR donations and fundraising. Keep it up!
Micky was rescued in New Britain, CT. He was fostered in Rhode Island for a while until he found his forever home on a farm in New Hampshire. Once in his forever home, he was renamed to Dexter. He is now loving his new farm life and has a shepard brother "Rex" plus a few kids to keep him busy!
Meet China from New Britain, CT
China first went to a foster home in Maryland. We are happy to report that she has now found her forever home and is living in North Carolina!
Ivy is from New Haven, CT. She has found her forever home and is living in Vermont.
Ruff and Scratchy trapped this semi-feral cat. She is presently in a foster home with the possibility of adoption, depending on how her socialization progresses. Visit Ruff and Scratchy's Petfinder page for more information on Benita and other wonderful animals being cared for by this organization.
Otis was "the dog in the car." He is currently in a foster home in Connecticut.
Yes, it isn't just dogs and cats that get help from Running for Rescues, Inc. Malin was fostered in Connecticut during his recovery. Malin had to have his infected tail amputated after he was found in a parking lot by a good samaritan.
He also had a few tumors and teeth removed. Running for Rescues, Inc., was happy to help out with those vet bills!
Diesel is from Connecticut. He is now in a loving home and has been neutered at the HOPE Clinic.
Two kittens up for adoption.
These two guys were found in the middle of the street in Hartford, CT! Ruff and Scratchy have been fostering them. Look how happy they clearly are! Running for Rescues covered their vaccinations and neutering at the HOPE Clinic. These two will be available for adoption soon! Visit Ruff and Scratchy's Petfinder page for more information on these kitties and other wonderful animals being cared for by this organization.
Pigeon is a feral cat that Ruff and Scratchy trapped in Connecticut. Pigeon is now in foster. Running for Rescues paid for the visit to the HOPE Clinic for neuter & vaccinations!
This kitten was living outside in Waterbury, CT. Clearly, she needed help so Blake Polett of Animal Nation said she'd get her vetted and fostered. Running for Rescues paid for this kitty's vaccinations and antibiotics. Miley is now living in a foster home.
Nicholas was rescued by Potters Angels. Nicholas is severely underweight and has a bad cough right now, so he is working on getting healthy before being available for adoption. Running for Rescues has helped make funding available so that Potters Angels could take on this little one.
Blair was pulled off death row by Potters Angels Rescue.
Blair is currently living in a foster home in Vermont. She is clearly a happy girl!
Reno, from the Queenie Foundation, is in foster care in Connecticut. Running for Rescues paid for Reno's neutering at the HOPE Clinic
Howard was pulled of death row by Potters Angels Rescue and is in foster care in Vermont. He is being treated for Demodex mange. He was rescued in August and his fur has already started to grow back beautifully!
Caleigh was rescued in Texas. She is now in her forever home in Kansas.
Hippolina was rescued by Ruff and Scratchy from New Haven, CT. She is now in foster care. Running for Rescues helped to pay for her veterinary bills at the Nutmeg Clinic.Visit Ruff and Scratchy's Petfinder page for more information on Hippolina and other wonderful animals being cared for by this organization.
Petey was rescued in New Britain, CT. He has now moved into his forever home in New York.
One kitten still needs a good home!
These little kittens were abandoned in Orange, CT. After being rescued and cared for, two have already been adopted and the last one is looking for a forever home.
A homeless cat not adopted!
And another homeless cat from Orange, CT. After being rescued and cared for, this cat was able to find a forever home!
What a fitting name for this wonderful mom! Savannah and her 7 pups were found in Georgia. They are currently living in Connecticut.