Rescue U

A group of college kids spend their Summer vacation rebuilding and rehabilitating an Animal Shelter in Morehead, Kentucky to help give the dogs a better quality of life and help them find loving homes.

I would like to thank Denise Bash of Animal Lifeline And Rescue University and Liz Neuschatz of Foundation for allowing me to document all the great work they are doing to help animals in need.

Special thanks to Emily Valentine and Bissell Homecare for sponsoring the trip and taking care of us while we were down in Kentucky. We couldn’t ask for better sponsors and they really do care about the animals.

Like the Bissell Facebook Fan Page and also register and they will donate 50 cents to the Foundation for up to $50,000.00!

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  1. Renee says

    We were so happy to have them come to our shelter and help our kitties!  Great people, great kids.  I sent a link as Katie, our husky mix that was sent to Northern Lights Dog Sled Rescue is in it, as well as our raccoon (who was humanely trapped and relocated to a county wildlife park.

    • says

      Renee, how did you get them to come?   We are a small rural rescue in a low income community (who also think that animals are disposable). I can’t get volunteers even though the High School kids can get a scholorship for coming and volunteering. I have done a lot in this county and changes have been made in the way the Cities handle the strays. I have been everywhere I know begging for help, between the economy and the natural disasters things are looking pretty bleek for our rescue.
      There is a grant I can apply for it is a matching grant and of course I can’t match any funds as we are  just treading water. The animals here in Caddo County OK really need some help and I need some direction. Any advise would be most appreciated. Rainbow Bridge Can Wait Animal Rescue and Adoption
      Thank you
      Carol Skinner

  2. Jean says

    Thank you so much for Rescue U and this wonderful video.  I adopted the most wonderful loving dog that came north with you when you returned from Rowan County.

  3. Adoptprebleco says

    This is wonderful. I do believe that cost is the biggest barrier to getting dogs and cats spayed or neutered. Making low cost spaying and neutering available would do more good than legislation.

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