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Pit Bull Rescue.org is a non-profit organization made possible by your donations and
by individuals who volunteer their time and services. To make a donation, become a shelter
volunteer, or for adoption information, contact David Kaye.
Ways You Can Help
1.
Purchase from our catalog
All proceeds benefit Pit Bull rescue.org and are used to save and care for animals.

2.
Make a donation.
Your donation is tax-deductitble and goes directly to the care and treatment of our animals.

3. Become a shelter volunteer
All of our dogs are given individual attention daily, including walks and play time.
We need volunteer help to make this happen.

4. Adopt an animal.
Browse our shelter online or in person. All our dogs come with training and follow up care.

5. Sponsor a pet.
For any amount per month you can sponsor any of our animals to help care for them.

6. Donate supplies.
We always need blankets, towels, bathroom rugs, film, leashes, newspapers, carrying crates — any item a dog might need.

7. Foster a pet.
Many of our animals go to foster homes before they can be adopted.

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So You Think You Can't Help? Think Again!
So you think you can't be a valuable resource to our shelter? Think again! If you've ever
thought any of the following, we have some responses you may not have thought about:


1.
I live too far from the shelter to volunteer.
There are many other ways to give your time without coming to the shelter. You can help type form letters, assist with adoption events and fundraisers (at various locations in the city and suburbs), make posters or foster an animal in need. Even if you live out of state, you can make a contribution. You can sponsor a special needs animal for any amount and help pay for the costs associated with insulin for diabetics, surgeries and general care. Furry Friends Foundation takes in many animals who have been hit by cars, set on fire, electrocuted and those who have been severely neglected and abused. Without us, these animals would have no chance for survival. 100% of donations go directly to the care and treatment of our animals.

2.
I am so busy. I don't have time to volunteer.
No time? No problem! You can make a donation of and items that a dog would need such as leashes, carrying crates, blankets, towels, bathroom rugs, film, newspapers and, of course money. We are a non-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible.

3.
I volunteer now, what more can I do to help the shelter?
You can do plenty! You can help spread the word about our shelter to co-workers, friends and relatives. Circulate our posters and act as an educator by letting people know what great companions animals make.

4.
I adopted one animal from your shelter.
Think about adding another member to your family by adopting a buddy for the animal you already have. Cats and dogs are social animals and with some exceptions, most would love to have a companion. Consider adopting an elderly cat or dog. You will get great comfort in knowing that you helped make an animal's golden years special. There are countless ways to help a homeless animal. You will receive an incredible amount of satisfaction from knowing that you make a difference.

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