A Little Patch of Heaven Animal RescueOnline Store!
We opened this store to help us generate funds to operate the rescue. The funds are used to pay for medical supplies, medical care, food, supplies, and anything else we need to provide care for the animals we rescue.MISSION: The mission of A Little Patch of Heaven Animal Rescue, a charitable, Federal non-profit organization, is to rescue and supply any K9 and feline, nationwide, regardless of age or medical condition, with love, shelter, food, human companionship, medical care, and spay-neuter services through local veterinarians until permanent placement is secured into a pre-screened loving home, as long as the dog or cat is not dangerous to humans or other dogs and cats.
A Little Patch of Heaven Animal Rescue will accept into rescue any K9 or feline who is either abandoned in a shelter or living with an owner who can no longer supply care. We also participate in rescue and placement of K9’s and felines who are pulled from the Puppy Mills, purchased at Puppy Mill auctions, or breeders.
We wish to eliminate the euthanasia of any healthy, adoptable K9 and felines in our county. We do not accept euthanasia as a means of population control for animals. We believe each K9 and feline life is meaningful and each deserves a loving home.
Educating and informing the public about the commercial dog industry in America and about responsible pet ownership is also very important to us, as well as reviving the spirit of volunteerism across our country.
A Little Patch of Heaven Animal Rescue is composed of approximately 6 people, and volunteers that are willing to foster, transport, or otherwise assist in this massive rescue effort. We are supported entirely by donations and fund raisers.
Our vision: We hope to see a day when there is no longer a market for puppies sold in the pet shops of America. Then and only then, will the suffering endured by thousands of companion animals in the puppy mills of America, cease.Our Future Goal: Our goal is to ensure that no K9 and feline is forced to live his or her life in a Puppy Mill or needlessly euthanized anywhere in America because of the lack of medical care or an available, loving home.