J & J Homeless Pet Rescue PO Box 1495 Washington , NC 27889
Second Chance Pet Adoptions has two new partners in rescue: Glover Corporation and AKC ..
A Better Life Animal Rescue, Inc. is a no-kill foster home-based rescue organization located in Burke County, North Carolina. We do not operate an animal shelter. We rely on volunteer foster families to provide temporary care for rescued dogs and cats until they can either be matched with loving, responsible, permanent adoptive families or until lost pets can be reunited with their own loving families.
April, 2010 - J&J's Homeless Pet Rescue has been seriously low on dog food supplies. We got the word out and a very special man came to the rescue! We would like to thank Harry Meredith of Washington, NC for his much needed donation of dog food during this first week of April.
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If you are interested in adopting any of our rescues, click on the Adopt tab above for information about our available pets along with the necessary adoption forms. If you aren't able to adopt at this time, we encourage you to consider becoming a Foster. Foster homes play a vital role in keeping animals safe and secure while a rescue or adoption arrangement is made.Any amount will be gladly accepted, and since none of our volunteers receive any compensation, you can be assured that virtually all of your donation will be used to support the pets that we rescue and place in foster care. We are looking for a suitable piece of property to be donated on which to build our rescue facility. If you know of a space that would be just right please contact us. J and J's is already accepting donations for our building fund. Beaufort County, NC needs a rescue sanctuary for homeless unwanted pets. This will be a no kill facility licensed by the State of North Carolina. We would love to be able to house over 100 animals in this new facility. As much as we would like to save all the homeless unwanted pets, with over 3,000 a year going through the local shelter, there is no way to save them all. We are looking forward to the day that we can have a rescue sanctuary where we can house and care for many more unwanted homeless pets. This is a huge undertaking and will require a lot of fund raising and support from the Beaufort County community. With your help J and J's can make this dream come true.If the animal is at our Adoption Center in Asheville, we welcome you to drop by at your convenience to look around (we’re open 10am-6pm daily, and until 7pm on Friday.) Applicants are asked to complete a simple form – available online and at the Center – which will help our counselors match you with a good pet or make sure the pet you’ve chosen will fit your desires and lifestyle. Once your counselor has approved you (by phone, email, or in person), the animal is usually ready to go home immediately; if the pet is a new arrival or underage and not yet spayed/neutered yet (or has another medical condition waiting for treatment), the adoption process can be completed and plans made for you to receive your new pet as soon as they’re ready. Fees are listed below.