CSA rescue relocation program transports animals from shelters in areas of high homeless pet overpopulation, to destination shelters, where there is a higher demand for adoptable animals. Relocation is an important factor in ending the needless euthanasia of adoptable pets due to shelter overcrowding and lack of resource
CSA will host fund raising events through out the year. Funds are used to provide medical care to the pets in our care, such as preventative vaccines, monthly flea and heartworm treatment, de-wormer, and spay/neuters. Funds will also be used to purchase much needed supplies or equipment needed to care for the rescue animals in our care. Some animals come into our care in horrible shape and need special veterinary attention and sometimes, life saving surgery.
We are starting to build a volunteer base of people to do community education to influence better treatment of animals, pet food drives to provide food to families of pets in financial crisis, monthly volunteering at local animal shelters, and collaborating with existing animal welfare organizations within our community.
Karmella after rescue