D O N A T I O N SOur rescue is a non-profit and 501 Pending. We run strictly off donations. Some may ask "If you are non-profit then why charge an adoption fee?" This is a commonly asked question. The answer is that the animals who come into our care are often coming to us from neglectful and unhealthy situations. Many are in desperate need of medical attention and even those who arrive in fair health are given physical evaluations by a veterinarian, most- if not all of their vaccinations (given age appropriateness) and spayed/neutered before they can be adopted out to ensure the health of our rescued animals. This does not include basic day to day needs and supplies. Bedding, Food, ect. Adoption fees go toward the needs and care of other and future animals in the rescue.
While adoption fees help, they are not always enough to support the animals who are more critically in need. Such as severe neglect, abuse or sickness situations. For these, we reach out to the community for monitary donations. If you would like to help by donating funds to Halfway Home you can do so in whichever way is easiest for you.
You can also help by opening your home to our fuzzy friends. We are always looking for Foster Families to aid in the reabilitation and rehoming of our rescued critters. Our goal is to have them acclimated to family living and exposing them to different things before they are adopted out so they are ready for their new forever homes. If you are interested in becoming a Foster please click Here.
"I don't have any money and I cannot foster. Can I still help?" Absolutely!!!
Any items that we have in excess do not go to waste. Halfway Home has an "Open Pantry" which provides supplies to families in need so that they are not forced to give up their furry family members in the event they are in a position that they can no longer care/provide for their pet until they are able to get back on their feet.
Disclaimer: This website is updated as often as possible. We cannot make updates with each and every arrival and departure of animals in our care. Please be advised that its first come, first served and the animals will go to the most qualified applicant in order of which they e-mail to inquire about the animal.