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About Our Auction
On behalf of Barb Pivonski, (who has no internet right now) she would like to thank all of the bidders and participants! Winners will be contacted to get their items in the next few days.
Thank you. We’ve had a big week. ️️ The Reach Out Rescue & Resources Inc. Volunteer Animal Rescue Team is hosting an AMAZING Silent Auction to help us continue our mission of saving dogs and cats at risk of euthanasia in shelters. We are a 501 (3) (c) Organization. 100% of the proceeds from this event will go directly to RORR.
About Reach Out Rescue & Resources Inc.
Reach Out Rescue & Resources & Inc.
We are a small group of rescuers with a large amount of passion for dogs and cats!!!
Our Mission: To promote animal welfare though public awareness, to act as a rescue screening and placement service for animals needing foster and adoptive homes from high-kill shelters and to act as a resource for other rescues, shelters and prospective adopters.
- Founded August 2010
- RORR is a 501(c)3 organization.
- RORR is a 100% volunteer organization.
- RORR focuses on the dogs who are the last to be adopted and saved from shelters: black dogs, hounds and seniors.
- Almost 25% of the dogs placed in adoptive homes by RORR are over 7 years old (seniors).
- Since its beginning, RORR has place over 2,500 dogs and cats in their forever homes.
In shelters we know that the last to be adopted or saved are the black dogs, senior dogs and hounds. So we are dedicating this Rescue to trying to help this group of dogs as well as abandoned cats and kittens.
We are dedicated to those rural area shelters with great dogs and cats who have no homes. Our efforts are to help those shelters find safety for their animals and adopters to find a perfect fit. We are careful to temperament test every dog and make sure they are both people and dog friendly.
We are here to provide the resources necessary to find a great family companion, connecting adopters to certified trainers to ensure a happy life in each home, and be a resource center for any and all needs adopters may have during the lifetime of your adopted dog or cat.
Senior Dogs: As rescuers, we can never understand how someone can just get "tired" of a dog. These are living creatures and have given all their love and dedication to a family, only to be dumped in a shelter where the likelihood of them being adopted is very slim. They are usually easy going, housebroken, gentle, and do not ask for much other than a nice walk, good food and to lay at your feet. They are ideal for a more sedentary home... but they are also a great fit for young children or seniors. Talk to us about a senior dog, and we will match you correctly.