It’s our vision to see a time when all animals are treated & viewed equal. We will endeavor to continue educating people that ALL animals can add joy, happiness and life-long companionship no matter their physical abilities.
According to Susanne Kogut, president of the Petco Foundation, “If less than 2% of pet-owning households in the U.S. FOSTERED ONE (1) PET PER YEAR, we could eliminate unnecessary euthanasia in animal shelters tomorrow.
YOU can make the U.S. NO-KILL just by FOSTERING! It’s an easy and fun experience guaranteed to change your life and the life of a deserving animal! Follow this link for life-changing WIN-WIN info.
We Cannot Do It Alone!
Through a multifaceted, compassionate approach of joint partnerships, community involvement, volunteer networks, education and outreach, we work daily to achieve our mission/vision as the “Voice for those who cannot speak”.
How Do We Help?
Animal Angel Aid helps Animal Rescues & Organizations by providing funding, fundraising, support and other services to help them successfully rescue, rehab, and re-home very deserving animals. We assist community colony caretakers with assistance in providing shelters and care for their colony cats and canines.
Our Signature programs are:
Our Animal Angel Aid signature programs have made it their mission to help the millions of deserving animals waiting for their Rescue Angels to rescue them.
Average # of Cats/Dogs Per Household (2 cats, 1.49 Dogs)
US Households with Cats (approx 38%)
US Households with Dogs (approx 48.5%)
# Cats/Dog Entering Shelter Yearly
# Cats/Dogs Adopted From Shelter Yearly
# Cats/Dogs Killed Yearly Because They Had No Adopter
-Rachel Amos Co-Founder of the Bathe to Save National Tour
Happy to help!
I’m happy to be a part of this!
Kelsey Hobar - Volunteer
Amazing vision and support! St. Francis Animal Rescue is excited to be a Rescue Angel partner.
-Jen Tate Adoption Coordinator, St. Francis Animal Rescue, Tampe FL
Mary - Community Cat Colony Caretaker - Manassas, VA
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