Little Victories Animal Rescue is dedicated to saving lives. We strive to reduce animal suffering and to eliminate the plight of unwanted animals by providing sanctuary and rehabilitation to homeless, injured, abused, and abandoned animals, guaranteeing their health and safety while searching for loving, “forever” homes. We work through rescue and adoption, through education and outreach, and most importantly, through spaying and neutering. We believe that each animal is an individual and deserves every chance of living a safe, loving, and protected life.
RESCUE AND SANCTUARY
We rescue and rehabilitate homeless, injured, abused, and abandoned animals, and work with other rescues and shelters to place the animal in the best environment for its long-term medical and adoption needs. While our goal is to adopt all animals into loving, permanent homes, not all animals are adoptable. For those few, we provide sanctuary—a lifetime home where they will be safe and loved.
We socialize our animals and strive to find loving, safe, and permanent homes for all our animals, as well as ongoing support and training so that each adoption is a success.
EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
We firmly believe that education about all aspects of humane care is the only answer and the only hope to eliminate animal homelessness and abuse.
Our goal is to educate the community to act responsibly in the care of their own companion animals and to be aware of the plight of homeless animals. Our educational and awareness programs teach adults and children about the humane treatment of animals and how to become caring, responsible pet owners. We also promote the no-kill philosophy and awareness of the cultural, health, and emotional benefits of having a companion animal.
Spaying and neutering is the answer to the problem of unwanted animals in this country. We spay or neuter all our animals, and work with the community and other rescues and shelters to raise funds and implement spay and neuter programs that control the irresponsible birth of millions of unwanted animals.
We have more than 300 talented volunteers dedicated to our mission of saving lives and eliminating the plight of homeless animals.
We ask them to do only what they are willing and able to do so that they remain a permanent part of our program. We believe that it is only through the efforts of everyone in the community—even if each person does just one thing—that the animals will be saved.
We would like for all of you to join Little Victories in saving our precious friends. Only through volunteers who are interested not only in their own animals, but in the welfare of all animals, can we succeed. Become a volunteer!"