Who does Rob’s Rescue help?
Here is a link showing what is most needed at the Cherokee County Animal Shelter. Their biggest need is for cat and kitten food but please look at how else you can help them. The Shelter also helps local families out of their Pantry. Read Rob’s interview with the Director and Shelter manager here.
Cobb County Animal Control was established in 1971 as part of the Department of Public Safety dedicated to protecting the residents and animals of Cobb. Read Rob’s interview with the Shelter manager here. Here is a link to the adoptable pets and the needs of the Shelter.
Pet Buddies Food Pantry is a remarkable organization, run entirely by volunteers, that strives to keep pets with their families during hard times in Georgia. Please follow them on Facebook, they do great work ! Rob’s Rescues enjoyed handing out collected pet food to needy families with Director, Heather Koehler.
Pet Buddies Food Pantry played a big role in feeding and sheltering 94 dogs being cared for in a sanctuary in Uvalda, rural Georgia. These poor dogs desperately needed hay, shelter and food. Rob sent a dog house to help with their attempts. Please contact us or Pet Buddies if you want to help directly with this ongoing effort.
This non-profit serve residents in Cherokee County, GA who are in need of food assistance. A lot of these residents struggle to feed their pets too and there is now a Rob’s Rescues bin at Never Alone to try and help the people who rely on Never Alone. Donations of pet food can be taken directly there.