A small group of volunteers formed Giles Animal Rescue in 1999 to save dogs and cats from the Giles County Pound, which had an almost 100% euthanasia rate. Happily, there has been a dramatic reduction in euthanasia there in recent years. Despite that, many people are still reluctant to bring an animal to the pound, so there are still abandoned, surrendered, or abused animals that need somewhere to go. We provide foster homes and veterinary care for these until we can place them in new homes. At the same time, we know that the best way to stop the cycle of unwanted pets is by removing all obstacles to spay and neuter. People are anxious to do the best they can for their pets, but many in our county lack the funds to give them the care they need. We provide a low-or-no cost spay/neuter program in Giles County. Giles Animal Rescue--Helping companion animals & their people!
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