July Charity Spotlight on Sean Casey Animal Rescue

July Charity Spotlight on Sean Casey Animal Rescue

SCAR takes in rescued, confiscated, neglected, injured, ill, unmanageable, or otherwise unwanted animals from private owners, zoos, shelters, and other public organizations.   These animals are cared for, and/or rehabilitated to the best of our ability and means until which time they can be found healthy, happy homes – whether it be through adoption to qualified candidates or legally released into habitats suitable to the specific species in conjunction with licensed wildlife rehabilitators. Sean Casey Animal Rescue, is a Non-Profit, No Kill Shelter, yet not your ordinary shelter. Part Rescue Shelter, part Adoption Center and part Community Center, makes it … Continue reading

June Charity Spotlight on Sammy’s Hope

June Charity Spotlight on Sammy’s Hope

They took their name from one of the dogs in the shelter called Samson (“Sammy” for short). Sammy is a large brindle Pit Bull/Boxer mix whose sweet demeanor and winning personality stole everyone’s heart.   They felt he exemplified all the wonderful qualities of these misunderstood dogs but knew that it would be difficult to find him a forever home given the public’s perception of Pit Bulls. The idea behind “Sammy’s Hope” was that they would work their hardest to bring some hope to the future of Sammy, and all the animals like him unfortunate enough to find themselves homeless. … Continue reading

October Charity Spotlight on Panda Paws Rescue

Panda Paws Rescue: 4Knines Charity Spotlight October 2016

Rescue, Rehabilitation & Hospice “Our rescue’s goal is to end the homelessness, abuse & neglect of all animals. To be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. To stand up and make a change. When we can, to care for those sick, injured, or dying at the hands of others. To nurture and find loving forever homes for them. To make a change, to make a life better, to be an advocate. To care.”  Meet Amanda, the Founder of Panda Paws Rescue From early childhood, Amanda has always felt the need to rescue and help others. Whether it … Continue reading

September Charity Spotlight on Noah’s Arks Rescue

“We are not a shelter.  Our wish and lifelong hope is that our Society becomes educated in the ethical treatment of all animals and to stop the senseless killing of animals that have been tortured and abused.”   Headed by President, Jennifer Simple Smith, based out of South Carolina, Noah’s Arks Rescue became a 501c3 a Not for Profit Organization in 2009. Noah’s Arks Rescue supplies emergency medical, surgical and rehabilitation to abused animals. CHIEF – 2 to 3-year-old Walker Hound Mix. Chief was in a bad dog fight while in the presence of his old family. They did not … Continue reading

5 Ways to Help Animals in Need

Help Animals in Need and Make a Difference

For some of us, animals are a part of our soul. We connect with animals, grieve for their heartache, and find joy in their joy. Many people connect with animals so well because they are pure beings of sorts and tend to be victims of circumstance. Our hearts are affected by them, and therefore, many people discover the issues they face all over the globe and decide to do something about it. This is a great thing but it can be difficult to know where to start or how to help. Truthfully any small gesture can mean a huge difference … Continue reading

January Charity Spotlight on Friends for Life

Friends for Life: 4Knines Charity Spotlight January 2016

Homeless and hungry, millions of stray dogs and feral cats are trying to survive another day in cities all over the country. Friends for Life Animal Rescue is dedicated to helping homeless and stray animals living on the streets and in the deserts in the Phoenix, AZ area. Without an advocate, these animals will likely suffer starvation, illness, or injury as they try to survive alone. Friends for Life began as Citizens for Tempe Strays in 1993 and quickly established a solid volunteer base and dedicated board of directors. Within two years, the organization was handling hundreds of adoptions. In 1996, … Continue reading

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly of Pet Adoption & Animal Rescue

Pet Adoption and Pet Care

There is an epidemic of homeless dogs in this country! There are an estimated 3.9 million dogs placed in shelters annually because of unwanted behavior problems and medical need. Unfortunately for many of these dogs, the outcome is bleak. However, due in part to the thousands of shelters and rescue organizations working diligently, many of these dog’s lives have a happy ending. But what happens to those dogs who don’t end up as new members of a family? The ones who are seen as unadoptable or returned for the unwanted behavior or medical issues which outlasted their novelty or cuteness quotient?  This … Continue reading