All About Animals Rescue
Authored By: Warren Office on 3/1/2018
 

All About Animals Rescue

Supported by our Warren Office

All About Animals Adoptable Dog

 

We are dedicated to helping families in our communities, and let’s face it, pets are family! We’re excited to support All About Animals Rescue as they work to rescue cats and dogs while providing numerous pet wellness services at a reduced fee.

Connie N., MSGCU Assistant Branch Manager

 


 

Our Warren branch has no shortage of animal lovers and is excited to support All About Animals Rescue (AAAR) by donating $1,000 to their mission. Founded in 2005, AAAR is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation. They are the largest high quality, high volume, low-cost to no-cost spay and neuter non-profit animal welfare organization in Michigan with clinics in Warren, Flint, Detroit, and Auburn Hills.

Each year, the rescue helps over 50,000 pets get the care they need by providing free health screenings, low cost vaccines and preventative care. A network of foster homes gives pets safe and loving care until their forever home is found. Additional volunteers help with a variety of needs like cleaning, dog walking, cat cuddling, special events, and medical services.

Recently All About Animals Rescue helped a dog named Moses. Moses was found underweight and wandering outdoors, with a sign tied with twine around his neck that said “My name is Moses. I am a good boy. Please take care of me.” All About Animals Rescue was able to take Moses into foster care but it turned out he also needed surgery on both of his knees. Thankfully they were able to help him get his much needed surgery so he can live a pain free life, plus find him a wonderful home.

MSGCU is honored to give back to an organization so close to our hearts and ensure that all pets in our community find a loving home.

To learn more about All About Animal Rescue, please visit their website.



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