Our Rescue Started...
Being two people deeply affected by the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the suffering of the animals. On November 15th, 2005 a group of pets arrived in Alton Illinois; some of them were from the hurricane others from animal control facilities that use the gas chamber to euthanize. We worked with those animals and after seeing the hope in their eyes and the spirit of their souls we took our first steps to the work we are doing today. We are a true RESCUE and we pull animals on their last day of life at animal control centers so that they may find a true second chance within our adoption program.
Today we are a non-profit corporation and our mission is one of compassion for the homeless and rehabilitation for the physically and mentally abused. Our goals are to promote spay/neuter, stop the use of gas chambers to kill our homeless pets, and to educate people on how to treat all animals with respect and dignity.
Founded November, 2005
Jackie Spiker and Kim Lee