Dear animal lover,
Thank you for visiting our website! As a Canadian not-for-profit organization, our mission is to raise funds for local animal rescues. Since 2012, we have raised funds to help rescues buy food and supplies, pay for vet bills, and implement a trap neuter-and-spay program for cats. We are dedicated volunteers who believe every pet should have a loving and caring home.
The Guardian’s Best Animal Rescue Foundation is also dedicated to celebrating people who have adopted their pets. This is why we started the Rescue Heroes campaign. As seen on our Instagram page, we honour people who have adopted their pets, reducing the stigma surrounding pet adoption.
We also host Party 4 Paws in downtown Toronto, and it has become our largest fundraising event of the year. Other fundraising efforts include a Be Kind to Animals pin, fridge magnets, and t-shirts. Here is a short list of rescues we've helped:
How you can help:
Donate: Your generosity will help improve the lives of animals.
Volunteer with a local animal rescue.
Enjoy our website and tell us what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small dogs, big rescue
Interview and edited by Natalie Jenkins
Hoping to expand all across Canada, Boston Terrier Rescue Canada (BTRC) is rescuing these small and affectionate pups with the love and dedication they deserve.
What's the story behind your rescue?
Ana-Maria Davies, inspired by her love for her own rescued Boston Terriers, Simon and Trinket, became involved with the rescue of other Bostons in her home province of B.C. in the mid-1990s. Soon, she was asked to be the rescue representative of the national breed club and Boston Terrier Rescue Canada Rescue was born.
Finding cats their home sweet home
Edited by Melanie Dziengo
Photo courtesy of @kittenkazoodle_fosters
Finding the perfect home for every cat is always possible at Home at Last Rescue. In fact, their motto is, “there is a home for every cat and a cat for every home.” We spoke with Stephanie Niro-Pisani about founding a new rescue just before the pandemic, their most heartwarming rescue story, and the responsibilities she faces as founder, executive director, and foster coordinator.
When was Home at Last Rescue founded and how many cats have you rescued so far?
In 2020. So far, we’ve saved 200 cats and they’ve been strays, owner surrenders, and from animal services.