Are You Thinking About Rehoming or Surrendering Your Pet? Read this...
Caldwell Animal Rescue is now a member of the Mission Fish Charitable Giving on Ebay.
If you buy or sell on Ebay, consider donating a percentage or fixed amount to Caldwell Animal Rescue. Just scroll through the Mission Fish Agencies and you will find us.
Localsolutions, a private Ebay seller, donates 10% of their Auctions to Caldwell Animal Rescue. Please consider doing the same!
Caldwell Animal Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to eliminate the need for euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in Caldwell County through compassionate intervention and community education.
We envision a community that values animals and treats them with love and respect.
How You Can Help:
If you are reading this then, then we're describing YOU! Click here to see the wide variety of ways that you can be a part of helping.
of Lenoir - located at:
1009 Blowing Rock Blvd.
Lenoir, NC 28645
Hudson Animal Hospital
290 Pine Mountain Road
Hudson, North Carolina 28638
Volunteer with Caldwell Animal Rescue
If you are a compassionate person who wants to help animals in Caldwell County who have been rescued from abusive situations or need loving homes, there are many ways available from which to choose.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
- Volunteer by Fostering an Animal
Foster homes are needed to provide a safe and loving place for these animals to live temporarily, until they find their new owners. Download the foster care application here.
Download our Why Should I Foster? brochure for answers to questions like:
- What does fostering an animal involve?
- Why do adoption groups need foster homes?
- Why should I foster an animal?
- Plus, 8 reasons why you should foster a pet - even if you think you can't
Download the Why Should I Foster? brochure now.
Contact us if you are interested in becoming a foster family.
- Volunteer Your Time
We have adoption events every Saturday, with the hopes of finding permanent homes for the dogs and cats that are in temporary foster homes. You can come spend a little time helping with these events and in introducing these animals to our neighbors who are looking for a new addition to their family.
Here are some current volunteer opportunities:
- Become a foster family
- Photographer to get great looking pictures of new adoptable dogs
- Dog walker at events...even the dogs need to stretch their legs during these events
- Community outreach - be a part of the committees that handle events, marketing, education
- Laundry - someone to wash the cat beds and towels used each week
- Mechanic to
take a look at a van that was donated for transporting animals
- Bakers to create goodies for bake sales, plus volunteers to assist with bake sale events
- Help put up flyers for events
throughout the community
- People who like to sew to help make: "Adopt Me" vests for the dogs to wear; small pillow pads for the Cat Sav-A-Pet Center at PetSense; Pet themed items that can be sold during events such as pot holders, totebags, bandanas, blankets for both small and large dogs, etc.
Please contact us to become a Caldwell Animal Rescue volunteer and support the animals.
MYTH: "My pet will get fat and lazy."
FACT: Pets do get fat and lazy sometimes, but from overfeeding and lack of exercise, not from being spayed or neutered.
Courtesy of The Humane Society of The United States
Call The Spay/Neuter Hotline: 855-259-SPAY