Help provide support to shelters when a disaster strikes.
Many animal shelters are in need of repair and support services for their animals, but do not have the operating budgets to implement needed changes.
This is especially true in the case of disasters. When a disaster strikes, often times an animal shelter is unable to continue its operations because of the destruction done to its facilities. To make matters worse, during disasters intake for shelters generally increases dramatically due to all the local displaced pets.
That's where Rescue Rebuild's volunteers and professional advisors come in. Volunteers come together to build or refurbish the spaces animals spend the most time in: housing and exercise areas. They also repair buildings and fencing, and provide raised beds and toys for animals.
Rescue Rebuild was the first to respond to the city shelter located in Guthrie, OK when a devastating tornado hit the town. Within 1 week they had the shelter back and running and ready to accept animals once again. Being prepared is essential in helping to get the shelters up and running as quick as possible!
You can help Rescue Rebuild be prepared and ready to respond. Just $15 provides support to get a shelter back on its feet after a disaster.
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