May 2023 Charity Spotlight
Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue
Meet Matty. Rescued from a Minnesota impound one day before his scheduled euthanasia, Matty is the inspiration for Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue.
The mission of Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue (MHSAR) is to bring hope back to the discarded, abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs and cats, and to provide them with all they need in a loving foster family until they find their perfect forever home. To be their voice and right all wrongs.
At this writing, Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue’s fosters are caring for a litter of pups who were orphaned at four weeks old after mom was bitten by a raccoon. Thanks to the efforts of MHSAR, Elsa, Batman, Huckleberry, Tarzan, Pippi, James Bond, and Mowgli are safe with fosters as they await their forever homes. Visit the Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue website to learn more about these cuties and many other dogs who are currently available for adoption.
With no paid staff or permanent facility, Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue is a 100% foster-based rescue that relies solely on volunteers. Located in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota, MHSAR rescues dogs and cats in need from local impounds, from reservations in North and South Dakota and from high-kill shelters as far away as Georgia and Texas.
Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue strives to learn all they can about each animal’s likes, dislikes, temperament, and activity level while in foster care enabling them to work closely with potential adopters to ensure a good fit. All animals receive veterinary care and are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and vaccinated prior to adoption. Prospective adopters are educated about the responsibilities and costs of bringing a new pet into their homes and lives.
Please consider joining 4Knines in supporting Matty's Heart & Soul Animal Rescue by making a donation or by shopping in their store. All donations and proceeds go directly into the vetting and supplies needed to care for the dogs/puppies and cats/kittens in the care of MHSAR fosters. On that note, foster families are always needed!