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in Batesville, Ark., snagged a $1,000 as a regional winner in last year’s Animal Rescue Site Shelter+ Challenge. The shelter’s Sue Augustus sends us this report:
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“Like” Us on Facebook. We post informational and inspirational articles and videos. The Animal Rescue Site on Facebook is a great way to connect with other supporters. or click “Like” below.There are so many much more legitimate rescue sites to donate your money to. If you want your money to go to helping the animals rather than overhead please look elsewhere. There are local sites for rescue where ALL of your money goes to the care and well being of the animals. If you are just buying their products because you think that they are cute that's another story. As a retail outlet, their products are marginal...not worth the extra bucks and their customer service could use an overhaul. I bought a pair of shoes from them because I thought they were a legitimate rescue site. I received the wrong sized shoe and was appalled when I looked them up to return the shoes. They work through an third party to advertise and collect your money, and you know that that's not free! I would have returned the shoes and happily paid the postage if I'd thought I was still providing help to the animals, but knowing that they are just a retail outlet I would have expected them to pay the postage to correct their error but they won't. I will pay to return the shoes, get my money refunded, and donate it to a much more worthy rescue site. Oh, and I'll quit following them on Facebook too.After seeing the horrific images from the dog eating festival in China, it seems ironic that an animal rescue site would sell so many items made in China. I threw the shirt away that i ordered when I saw it was made in China. Unfortunately, they don't state what country an item comes from so you can make a decision. They just list "imported." Buyer beware.I placed 2 orders in the last week with the Animal Rescue Site. Right after I placed my order I realized that I forgot to add a code for a free scarf with the order. Finally I get a respond almost 2 days later from customer service saying it's too late that my order has been shipped. I checked again and it's still not even shipped. Very poor customer service. I will not be ordering from them in the future. I bought a pair of shoes from them a while back and one of the shoes has a rip in it after just a few wears.