Posts Tagged "rescue"

Saving the Hurricane Florence Animals
By Audrey Lodato, Director of Animal Care Emotion is a part of animal rescue work. You learn to manage it. ... Read More
Volunteer Risks Life to Save Dog From Cliff
By Kelly McPeek-Mullins, Dickenson County Chapter Manager When a community comes together, amazing things can happen. That is certainly the ... Read More
Injured Cat in Roadway Rescued Just in Time
By Kelly McPeek-Mullins, Dickenson County Chapter Manager When you are involved in animal rescue work, your mind is never far ... Read More
Terminally Ill Dog Got a Family at the End of Her Life
By Holly Amann, Foster Program Manager If you are familiar with Brother Wolf and our history, you may know that ... Read More
A Tail of Four Rescued Sisters
By Eva Cruz-Schultz, Henderson County Chapter Manager In February, four hound puppies found themselves at the county shelter in Hendersonville ... Read More
LifeLong Animal Rescuer Needs YOUR Help!
Imagine this: You’re a lifelong animal lover, and you’ve rescued animals your whole life. You raised your children to love ... Read More
After a Rough Start, Cassie and Her Kittens Are Safe
By Jamie Stillwachs, McDowell County Chapter Manager The start of springtime is a joyous occasion for many people, but in ... Read More
Pot-bellied Pigs Make Great Companions
By Rhi Banks, Farmed Animal Caretaker I’m sorry to say that “teacup pigs” are, simply put, a myth. While the ... Read More