To limit the risk of exposure of COVID-19 for our team, volunteers, and clients, the Toledo Animal Rescue is issuing the following procedures for all intake and adoption visits effective until further notice.
Please email email@example.com or call the Rescue if you have any questions regarding the current operating policy.
We strive to find good matches between people and pets. The Toledo Animal Rescue chooses the best appropriate adopter in the best interest of the animal, in some cases, this does not mean the first application. In order to have a 'hold' on a dog or cat at the Rescue, the adopter must have an approved application. We reserve the right to refuse an adoption at any time.
Toledo Animal Rescue is a NO-KILL animal rescue and a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. We provide food, shelter, medical treatment, and loving care until homeless animals can find a forever home. We do not have deep pockets like some national organizations and rely on the community to keep our doors open and we do not receive any local, state or federal funding. Please help us save the lives of these wonderful animals by making a donation today.
As a volunteer, you are helping Toledo Animal Rescue save thousands of unwanted cats and dogs, giving them the opportunity to find loving new homes. Your contribution of time and effort is greatly appreciated. Thank you for being a part of this important effort on behalf of companion animals. Without YOU, it wouldn't be PAWssible.
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NEW DIRECTOR - Posted 4-20-20
The Toledo Animal Rescue has a new director! Steve Kiessling joins us with over 20 years of experience in the non-profit world, holding positions with duties ranging from program development, fundraising, project management, and executive leadership. We are excited to welcome Steve to the Rescue and grateful that our organization will get the opportunity to benefit from his vast experience.
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