If you're passionate about animals, considering helping a local shelter. These organizations help furry friends from ferrets to horses, providing a safe haven until the animals find forever homes. Here are three nonprofit animal shelters near our Redmond apartments that would greatly appreciate your support.
Better known as SAFE, the Save a Forgotten Equine Horse Rescue saves and rehabilitates horses that have been abused or neglected or are unwanted. At the rescue, the horses receive quality veterinary care. After rehabilitation, many of the animals are provided with professional training to ensure they have a safe, productive future. SAFE accepts online monetary donations, or you can shop for your favorite products through AmazonSmile. It operates like Amazon, only a portion of your purchase price will be donated to the rescue.
Dedicated to improving the lives of animals, Motley Zoo works to end neglect, as well as the overpopulation of pets through spaying and neutering advocacy. Strictly volunteer-run, the shelter is a rock-n-roll themed organization that provides foster care until the animals find loving families. Motley Zoo accepts online donations, no matter how big or small. It's also offering the virtual Rockstar Run for Rescue to benefit the shelter. You can choose from a 3.1-mile walk/run or a bike ride.
The Washington Ferret Rescue was born when a small group of animal lovers decided to open a shelter nearly fifteen years ago. Today, it houses over 150 ferrets in multiple locations, including at the central adoption facility. The rescue is no-kill, and the animals receive around-the-clock care. Support the shelter with an online donation, or by shopping through AmazonSmile.
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