A Sanctuary for Life Since 1976
About Animal Rescue, Inc.
Since 1976, Animal Rescue, Inc. has been a refuge for homeless cats and dogs. We make a promise to any animal who comes through our gates: they will never be homeless again. We hope our residents will find a loving home with a lifelong companion or a loving family; but if they never find that home, they are welcomed into the ARI family.
ARI is home to several hundred animals between our different locations. We have many adoptable animals as well as animals with varied medical or behavioral needs. No animal is euthanized due to medical expense or the inconvenience of care.
While our main goal is to find a responsible home for our residents, we work hard to ensure all animals receive the level of care they need. Thanks to the help of our loyal staff and charitable volunteers, any animal can find a loving home here. We are always looking for compassionate people to donate their time and help us in our mission to care for our residents.
In addition to being a sanctuary for the unwanted, ARI offers free or discounted emergency medical services. We offer a Crisis Intervention Program, which helps keep the human-animal bond intact by providing assistance to the elderly or infirm. We also offer low-cost spay and neuter clinics to the surrounding community and trap-neuter-release (TNR) clinics for feral cats. Most of our residents are rescued strays, as we offer solace to any creature who needs us. Over the years we have opened our home to mice, cows, chickens, pigs, turkeys, goats and geese.
Every life, no matter how big or small, matters at ARI.
Animal Rescue, Inc. has been awarded the "Best in America" Seal of Excellence...Again!
The America's Best Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to charitable organizations that meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness. Applicant charities must provide evidence of their program activities and demonstrate the benefit of their services. They must submit for review their most recent IRS tax returns with all schedules. Charities with annual revenues above $250,000 must also submit audited financial statements produced by an independent certified public accountant, including an auditor's opinion letter stating the charity meets the generally accepted accounting standards in the United States.