Rescue Express’ 2020 New Year’s resolution is to get more buses in areas of the country needing transport. In 2020, we will bring our fleet to the East Coast and help train our new rescue partners how to run their route from Florida to New England.
Thanks to you, this holiday season we were able to help our rescue partners here on the West Coast save 8,149 kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs. We helped transport handfuls of puppies and kittens eager to be loved. We transferred elderly dogs and cats that no one thought had a chance of being adopted and they were. We even had a deaf and blind, inseparable pair of pups, which sadly lost their owner, and were not going to last long in the shelter. But guess what? They found a forever home too.
Watching shelter animals get scooped up in the arms of loving fosters and forever families is something you can’t help but smile at. Without your help, these precious lives would still be in shelters with very little comfort.
Thanks to you, they are safe, warm and loved.
Every day, your support makes these heart-warming moments possible.
It may be the end of the year but it is only the beginning of new happier tails. Our 2020 mission to put more buses on the road is moving full steam ahead. Our goal is to help an additional 3,000 shelter animals a month with new routes in the East Coast and Midwest.
That’s why our goal to raise $360,000 in 2020 begins today. If we raise that amount, we’ll be able to provide enough buses to canvas the East Coast and the Midwest. We need your help to make it happen.
Would you be willing to make a special year-end donation of $50, $100 or whatever you can afford to help us meet our goal and bring buses to rescue partners in other parts of the country? We simply can’t do it without you. Your support will make a real, lasting impact in the lives of those who are still in shelters.
Please, click here to make your donation now:
Thank you for your continued support and friendship.
Is Remy still available for adoption
Happy to say, Remy is with a forever home.