A small group of volunteers formed Giles Animal Rescue in 1999 to save dogs and cats from the 100% euthanasia rate at the Giles County Pound. Happily, the euthanasia rate has greatly lessened over the years, but many people still won’t bring an animal to the pound. We take in abandoned, surrendered, or abused animals and place them in life-saving foster homes while we find them a new home. Some come to us very pampered but can no longer live with the owner, some terribly neglected, or in desperate need of vet care, or starved, pregnant or just plain old. Without exception, every one of them gets spay/neutered. We know that the best way to stop the cycle of unwanted pets is to provide every step it takes to get an animal to the vet for spay/neuter and home again to the owner. We provide a low-or-no cost spay/neuter program in Giles County that is always at capacity and our waiting lists are long. We are constantly balancing the needs of the animals to the extent of our funds, and constantly engaging in ways to generate funds to care for these vulnerable animals. Giles Animal Rescue--Helping companion animals & their people!
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