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Making a Difference Together

February 1, 2022 was our first-ever Day of Giving, a 24-hour giving campaign that helped raise funds for our Animal Cruelty Taskforce, which rescues thousands of animals from unspeakable cruelty, along with those that are victims of natural disasters or simply abandoned. Funds raised on our Day of Giving will give these animals the safety, shelter and medical care they need, and the chance to find the loving forever homes they deserve. Thank you for supporting them!

We are excited to announce the next Day of Giving will be February 7, 2023 and we hope you will join us again to continue to support animals in need.

Watch stories of rescue, healing and hope made possible by your support!

Douglas County

Starving, injured and suffering dogs were rescued from one of the worst puppy mills we've ever seen.

Trailer Accident

A horrific tractor trailer accident sent severely injured horses to Longmeadow Rescue Ranch for care.

Ben

Found chained and abandoned, Ben was afraid of everyone. Now he's found his forever home.

Trooper

A puppy tied to a truck and dragged for over a mile, Trooper is one of our most miraculous rescues.

Sonny

Found burned over most of his body, Sonny needed our expert veterinary medical care to survive.

SuzyQ

Unable to walk, our rehabilitation experts gave SuzyQ a second chance at life.

Mario

Mario was rescued from severe conditions but received the love and medical care he needed.

Hickory County

Ninety-seven dogs and puppies were rescued from horrific conditions.

Douglas County

Starving, injured and suffering dogs were rescued from one of the worst puppy mills we've ever seen.

Trailer Accident

A horrific tractor trailer accident sent severely injured horses to Longmeadow Rescue Ranch for care.

Ben

Found chained and abandoned, Ben was afraid of everyone. Now he's found his forever home.

Trooper

A puppy tied to a truck and dragged for over a mile, Trooper is one of our most miraculous rescues.

Sonny

Found burned over most of his body, Sonny needed our expert veterinary medical care to survive.

SuzyQ

Unable to walk, our rehabilitation experts gave SuzyQ a second chance at life.

Mario

Mario was rescued from severe conditions but received the love and medical care he needed.

Hickory County

Ninety-seven dogs and puppies were rescued from horrific conditions.

Help us provide second chances to abused and neglected animals.

Day of Giving 2022 was generously supported by:

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Enterprise Holdings Foundation

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