The goal of our organization is to help animals in need. Those companions who have been abandoned, neglected, abused or simply have no place else to turn. Our greatest desire is to try and help educate the public about the responsibility of having an animal as a companion.
There is a great need to have a place where animals that are in serious medical conditions and or disabled, to go. We would like to eventually have a facility where we can specialize in working with those who are unable to live in homes. We would like to be able to provide as natural of an environment for those in care. For those animals in need of special requirements (such as special housing, medications, therapy, diets and assistance), giving enrichment to the lives of each companion who comes to the rescue-sanctuary.
The goal for all involved at the rescue-sanctuary is that all companions who come to us, to be able to have the chance at being in the best nurturing environment that can be provided. Giving them time to learn to trust, have their medical needs met and to be evaluated, to find out what kind of a home would be best suited for them. For those who would be unable to make the transition into a home life environment, we would like to have the facilities set up to allow them to reside at Everlasting Hope Rescue-Sanctuary for as long as they need.
Every companion who comes to Everlasting Hope Rescue-Sanctuary is treated with the utmost respect, compassion, dignity and care. Having a wonderful team of supporters, volunteers and board members and the best vet ever, will help us achieve giving the very best to those who depend on us. We believe that making a difference is the most important part of running a rescue-sanctuary.
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Winston Churchill
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Founder of Everlasting Hope Rescue-Sanctuary